An Indianapolis-area police department's decision to hire the police chief's son has raised concerns about nepotism.
The 40,000-square-foot building would be constructed on a vacant 24-acre remediated property commonly known as the Firestone site, south of Division Street near 18th Street.
A North Meridian office building was evacuated and several people were taken to hospitals after a bad odor in the building was reported.
The U.S. Justice Department said it chose cities that have higher-than-average rates of violence and showed receptiveness to receiving assistance.
The Indianapolis Bond Bank is looking for firms interested in working on the city’s new criminal justice center—from providing civil engineering services to mechanical, electrical and plumbing work. The city will select contractors sometime after Aug. 1.
Two days after 22 people were killed at a concert in Manchester, England, speedway President Doug Boles outlined the track's security plan and urged fans to arrive early and stay patient.
One of Indiana's top concert venues is stepping up security measures following a suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, that killed 22 people.
The Senate voted 39-7 to approve changes made in the House, sending the bill to the governor’s desk.
The House panel approved Sen. Jim Tomes' proposal in a 9-3 vote, sending it to the full House. The Senate previously approved it 40-9.
Senators voted 85-12 Wednesday to approve the nomination of former Indiana Sen. Dan Coats, making him the fifth person to hold the post created after the Sept. 11 attacks.
Local leaders are expected to vote Monday on proposals that would end smoking in all bars and restaurants.
The Indiana House has approved a bill to allow those protected by an order of protection to carry handguns without a license.
The state audit says the department didn’t have sufficient internal policies to ensure funds used for confidential drug buys were secure from loss.
An 11-year-old Indiana girl died in an all-terrain vehicle crash in 2015, and her mother has been pushing to change laws on helmets and safety education.
Judges have an aggressive timeline for making the decision whether to move courts to the Twin Aire neighborhood with the city’s proposed criminal justice complex.
Transforming the site to a criminal justice complex would take years of contaminant cleanup, officials said Tuesday, but construction could overlap with that work.
Troy Riggs earlier this month became a vice president for the Sagamore Institute. He left his job with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department in December, citing the need to make more money.
Indiana lawmakers on Monday took a preliminary step that would allow people with felony drug convictions to be able to receive food and nutrition assistance—part of one lawmaker’s plan to curb the state’s opioid problem.