Actors Theatre of Indiana kicks off series of drive-in shows

INDIANAPOLIS — Nearly one year after the death of George Floyd and the protests that followed in the summer of 2020, the Indiana State Museum is reflecting on what happened and why. Artwork flooded downtown Indianapolis, as local artists collaborate with businesses that boarded up storefront windows. They painted murals over them along Massachusetts Avenue […]

'It’s the Indiana State Fair, what else is any better?'

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Fair will return in late July after missing a year in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year’s fair will take place from Friday, July 30-Sunday, Aug. 22. A weekend will be added to the front of the fair schedule and the event will be closed each week on […]

Nearly 500 open positions available at facility

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Department of Health announced Tuesday it will notify all vaccination clinics in the state to pause use of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention called for an additional review of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine’s […]

INDIANAPOLIS — A bill that could have threatened future funding for mass transit in Indianapolis is dead for the current legislative session, though portions of it could possibly be brought back before lawmakers adjourn. The bill (SB 141) had already passed the state Senate and received a hearing in March in the House Roads and Transportation Committee. […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The suspect who crashed into two U.S. Capitol police officers Friday, killing one and injuring another, is believed to have connections to Indiana and Virginia, law enforcement sources told ABC News. The sources have identified the suspect as Noah Green, 25. Green was shot by police after he crashed into a barricade and struck […]

Indiana college students can receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

10-year-old boy abducted from Lawrence gas station in stolen vehicle found safe