A Lawrence Township school employee says she was forced to resign because the district would not make accommodations over her COVID-19 health concerns.

State health officials said Wednesday while it's too early to tell if all communities will be able to have trick-or-treat or other events for Halloween, some communities may be able to.

Downtown Indy, Inc.’s Motorcycles on Meridian, has canceled the 2020 event due to COVID-19 concerns. The organization hopes August 28, 2021 works out better.

For weeks, several places that most would consider bars have been operating as restaurants so they could stay open. Mena Hawkins, owner of Weeble's Bar and Grill on the northeast side, hasn't been fortunate enough to do that.

Health officials are sharing warnings about the upcoming flu season in hopes of avoiding what they're calling a "twindemic" during the COVID-19 pandemic.

It has been one year since the Red Line buses first went into service on the streets of Indianapolis. The 2019 debut was met with buses packed with curious Hoosiers wanting to be part of the new rapid transit line's maiden voyage. The year ahead had both overcrowded buses and eventually near-empty buses due to COVID-19.

Dr. Virginia Caine checks back in with with Cameron Ridle for a COVID-19 update after the first month of school in Indianapolis-Marion County.      

Students at eight Greek houses at Indiana University in Bloomington must quarantine in their houses for 14 days amid a surge in COVID-19 cases in the houses, the university said Thursday.

Seventeen Indianapolis music venues received grants from the city, as they try to stay afloat during the COVID-19 closures.

Butler University undergraduate students will start the first two weeks of the fall semester remotely, the school announced on Sunday.

Avon High School students will transition to e-learning starting Tuesday, according to a message posted to the district's website.