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It's the coldest morning in a couple of winter seasons. The Indianapolis low of 3 is the coldest temperature since a reading of one below zero on Feb. 10, 2011.
Malachi Walker remembers the violence that surrounded him and often involved black males while growing up in public housing.
Someone has again anonymously dropped a gold Krugerrand coin into a Salvation Army red kettle in a central Indiana city.
Superintendent Lewis Ferebee's plan to reorganize Indianapolis Public Schools' leadership will require a "sizable number" of his central office team to reapply for their jobs as part of a larger-scale effort to shrink the district's management structure and refine its functions.
An Indianapolis man was sentenced Thursday for his involvement in a bank robbery that left one man dead in Plainfield.
A hazardous waste site contaminating groundwater near Fall Creek, is now on the EPA's Superfund list.
A child has reportedly been shot on Indianapolis' Near Northside. According to police scanner traffic at about 4:40 p.m., the child was shot while answering a knock on the door at a home in the 1100 block of West 27th Street.
Were lucky here in Indianapolis. There are so many great programs that help at-risk children reach the potential that clearly exists within them.
The National Weather Service in Indianapolis has issued a winter weather advisory for snow, which is in effect from 7:00 pm Friday to noon Saturday.
An Indianapolis woman will serve four years in prison on a child neglect charge after a methamphetamine explosion killed her 7-year-old son last year.
Thieves have ripped out and stolen wiring from several hundred light poles along interstates in west Central Indiana.
An Indianapolis man who pleaded guilty to criminal recklessness after injuring two children with a sledgehammer will be sentenced Jan. 30. Alfred Amos, 38, must remain on home detention until that time, a Marion Superior Court judge ruled Tuesday.
An Allen County doctor has been charged with interference with jury service for allegedly firing an employee who was forced to miss work due to his service on the jury in the David Bisard trial, the Ft.
On busy East Washington Street, where it intersects with Southeastern Avenue, is a large, historic thing nobody notices.
With bone-chilling temperatures forecast for tonight it could drop to zero or below overnight Indianapolis police and outreach workers rounded up as many homeless people as they could today and got them into shelters.
Paul Koehl of Indianapolis was outraged when the man who killed his wife was buried in a national cemetery.
Mayor Greg Ballard confirms that $300 million to $400 million would be 'in the ballpark' for such a new justice complex.