Chicago’s national reputation as a murder-plagued city is well documented, but a recent outbreak of violence in Indianapolis has been twice as deadly.
The Blackhawks and Fuel reached a five-year affiliation agreement.
The money was found when Irsay was arrested on suspicion of intoxicated driving.
“How many different things can you think of that you can do with a paper clips?” was an actual question.
Kony Ealy, Louis Nix and Timmy Jernigan are three names to keep an eye on.
You “can’t go wrong with God,” Adam Muema explained.
Colt Lyerla is looking to put his past behind him.
It’s difficult for front offices to evaluate underclassmen who they didn’t expect to declare.
From Julius Peppers’ future to retaining Mel Tucker to free agency, here’s the latest Bears news.
Dolphins coach Joe Philbin says he will look under “every stone” to change the culture.
Interstate 65 has been reopened between Gary and Lafayette, but police are warning drivers to avoid travel unless it’s absolutely necessary.
David West scored 31 points and George Hill added 20, leading the Indiana Pacers past the Chicago Bulls 97-92 in a Central Division showdown Sunday night.
Mike Pence has become Indiana’s 50th governor after taking the oath of office on a Statehouse balcony before a crowd of supporters.
Monserrate Shirley, Mark Leonard and Bob Leonard were arrested Friday and charged with felony murder in the Nov. 10 blast, Marion County prosecutor Terry Curry said at a news conference.
A huge explosion overnight left a small Indianapolis neighborhood in fear. CBS 2′s Derrick Blakley reports.
FBI agents have staged a statewide series of raids in Indiana — with heroin from Chicago at their roots.
The mother of missing Indiana University student Lauren Spierer posted a bitter letter on the family Web site Thursday — as she awaits the results of DNA testing on a skull found in the White River near Indianapolis.
When Danica Patrick announced she was leaving IndyCar, she was also leaving all the IndyCar tracks that went along with the series. She made it known Indianapolis Motor Speedway would always be in her heart and she would one day go back – and win.
When the NASCAR Nationwide Series pulled into Chicagoland Speedway, Danica Patrick was at home. Literally. The Roscoe, Ill., native calls Chicago home and a win at the track nestled just outside the city would be extra special.
A Chicago-bound Southwest Airlines flight made an emergency landing in Indianapolis Wednesday because of a medical emergency.