Greenwood police seize 1,755 counterfeit DVDs
Greenwood police broke new ground on a case involving hundreds of counterfeit DVDs.
Tourism officials say RFRA is hurting business
Indiana tourism officials say RFRA is hurting businesses across the state.
Easter baskets can be toxic to pets
Easter and spring can be a dangerous time for dogs and cats. If you are putting together an Easter basket, make sure to keep it up high.
Local family helps raise awareness for autism
A local family started a social media campaign to raise awareness for autism.
Campaign for $50M referendum in Perry Twp.…
Next month, thousands of Perry Township residents will be asked to decide if property taxes should go up to help Perry Township Schools create…
Assistant chief demoted after noose-knot controversy
A knot-making exercise at the Marion Fire Department is at the center of controversy between an assistant fire chief and a firefighter.
Police: Driver error cause of March bus crash
Police say driver error is to blame for a charter bus crash in southern Indiana that injured nearly two dozen people.
Pothole problems: What to do with damaged tires
A pothole can empty your wallet in a hurry, so should you repair or replace a damaged tire?
Indiana pizzeria owners support RFRA as it is
As Indiana lawmakers look for ways to fix the controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act, a small-town pizzeria owner said she supports…
Restaurants 'ice out' senator's businesses over RFRA
Some businesses are fighting back against the Religious Freedom Restoration Act by boycotting businesses and cutting ties with firms owned by…
The severe weather threat is moving from the South to the Plains and the Midwest. A line of storms will develop this afternoon, and some of…
Maryland senator wants to ban state-funded…
A Maryland state senator is calling on Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan to ban state-funded travel to Indiana because of the Religious Freedom…
Former Indy mayors speak out against RFRA
Despite Gov. Mike Pence pushing for changes to the controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act, several states, cities, businesses, and…
Slain dad-to-be honored with memorial 'Natewalk'
Family and friends of slain dad-to-be Nathan Trapuzzano are honoring his memory with a fund focused on raising money for kids who have lost a parent.
Police hope video will lead them to shooting suspect
A child was shot in the arm Tuesday afternoon on the city's west side.
Both sides attend RFRA rally in Bloomington
There have been protests and rallies for more than a week about Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act. On Tuesday, both sides turned out…
Sponsor of 1993 RFRA says stop comparing laws
The lawmaker behind the original Religious Freedom Restoration Act passed in 1993 issued a statement Tuesday evening, saying Indiana has gone…
Black Male Youth Day at Statehouse
Two-hundred young black males from around the state got a taste of the legislative process and a glimpse into their possible careers on Tuesday.
Two IPS students get ultimate prom experience
Two Indianapolis Public Schools students received the ultimate prom experience thanks to some local businesses.
New campaign asks why you #LoveIndy
A new campaign is encouraging Hoosiers and visitors to the Circle City to share what they love most about Indianapolis.