One of the longest serving members of the Indiana House announced Tuesday he will not seek re-election next year.
A construction worker who died Saturday when a section of a former automated train system fell in Indianapolis has been identified as a 38-year-old man, authorities said.
Nurses want lawmakers to consider how burnout and turnover lead to high health care costs for hospitals and patients. The state nurses association is advocating for a chance to be a part of the decision making process for staffing plans.
For a little over a decade, Time For Three helped redefine the concert experience with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. As the Artists In Residence with the ISO, they created the Happy Hour concert series, melding classical music with hip hop, rock and pop and any other genre you can think of, bringing a party atmosphere to the Hilbert Circle Theatre, while firmly maintaining their classically trained roots. Now, Time For Three is returning to Indianapolis for the first time as Grammy winners, performing this weekend with the ISO. Time For Three is Nick Kendall and Charles Yang on violin and Ranaan Meyer on double bass. They spoke with WFYI’s Ray Steele.