Register today for this year's Spirited Chase. Travel to hidden gems that uncover the many dimensions of "journey" in our city. Learn about each destination and participate in fun activities during the exploration. | Read More
Host John Krull, director of Franklin College's Pulliam School of Journalism, and guests talk about the issues that matter to people, the questions that intrigue us and the ideas in politics, education, the arts and beyond that foster good discussion | Read More
For every one dollar spent through CHIP, 75 cents comes from the federal government and the state pays 25 cents. Congress has reached out to governors, asking for feedback and recommendations, as it considers whether to continue financially supporting the program.
Races for treasurer, auditor and secretary of state top this year's ticket, but many strategists are focusing on the Indiana House of Representatives, where Republicans hope to protect their supermajority.
Cody Cousins shocked a courtroom full of people last month when he seemed to show no remorse for killing a fellow engineering major, declaring bluntly to a judge “I killed Andrew Boldt because I wanted to.”
Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard announced today that the city will deploy 425 pure electric or plug-in-hybrid municipal vehicles by 2016, 100 of them by the end of this year. It’s part of his administration’s goal to move Indy’s entire non-emergency fleet to alternative fuels sources by 2025.