The October closures affect two Indianapolis offices along with others in Brazil, Danville, New Albany, Plymouth, Tipton and West Lafayette.
Cpl. Humberto Sanchez was killed while aiding the U.S. withdrawal at the Kabul airport when a suicide bomber carried about 25 pounds of explosives loaded with shrapnel into the departure zone, according to the Logansport Pharos-Tribune.
Harkness led Loyola University Chicago to a barrier-breaking national college championship in basketball in 1963 and went on to a pioneering career in fundraising, broadcasting and business in Indianapolis.
The new federal guidance eases indoor mask-wearing guidance for fully vaccinated people, allowing them to safely stop wearing masks inside in most places. But Marion County’s mask mandate remains in place for now.
Host Mason King talks with two retailers—Scott Horvath, owner of O’Malia’s Living, and Pat Sullivan, who owns owner of three Sullivan’s Hardware & Garden stores plus Allisonville Home & Garden by Sullivan—about what customers want and why the supply chain is struggling to keep up.
Jon Schaffer of Columbus was accused of storming the U.S. Capitol in the Jan. 6 insurrection and spraying police officers with bear spray. He pleaded guilty Friday in a deal with prosecutors.
Indianapolis police said they encountered an active-shooter incident when they arrived at the facility near Indianapolis International Airport shortly after 11 p.m. Thursday. The suspected shooter eventually took his own life.
Matt Crenshaw, a U.S. Navy veteran who hit the shot that sent IUPUI to its first and only NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament appearance, was hired as head coach of his alma mater Tuesday.
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Indiana teams were noticeably absent from the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament this year—only Purdue even made the field of 68 teams. But there are still some Indiana-related reasons to watch the Final Four. Here are five of them.
Athletic Director Scott Dolson said Monday afternoon that the university had secured “private philanthropic funding … for all transition costs and obligations related to the change in leadership.” That’s expected to include a $10.3 million buyout clause in Miller’s contract.
The Big Ten men’s and women’s basketball tournaments are underway in Indianapolis in advance of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament starting here next week. The women’s NCAA tournament will be in San Antonio. On Thursday, the Michigan State defeated No. 9 Indiana University, ousting it from the tournament in a year when the Hoosiers had […]
The federal government is proposing to downgrade 144 cities in all from the metropolitan statistical area designation, which some areas fear will affect federal funding and their ability to lure businesses and talent.
The 180,000-square-foot Fishers store originally housed Incredible Universe, a media and electronics superstore owned by Radio Shack parent Tandy Corp. Fry’s took over the building in 2005.
Married to former Indiana governor and U.S. senator Evan Bayh, Susan was the 46th first lady of Indiana and the youngest in 150 years, assuming the role in 1989 when only 29 years old. She enjoyed a distinguished legal career and served on the boards of several major companies in biotechnology, telecommunications and health care.
The global business consulting firm McKinsey & Company has agreed to a $573 million settlement with 49 states over its role in advising companies on how to “supercharge” opioid sales amid an overdose crisis.
With the FBI warning of potential for violence at all state capitols, the ornate halls of government this weekend looked more like heavily guarded U.S. embassies in war-torn countries. In Indiana, however, there was little sign that officials were concerned about a protest scheduled for Sunday.
A veteran of the Obama administration, Janet McCabe is a professor of practice at the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law and director of the IU Environmental Resilience Institute.
An internal FBI bulletin warned, as of Sunday, that the nationwide protests may start as early as later this week, according to two law enforcement officials who read details of the memo to The Associated Press.
States lament a lack of clarity on how many doses they will receive and when. They say federal assistance should have come much earlier and that more resources should have been devoted to education campaigns to ease concerns among people leery of getting the shots.