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.
Leonard Fodera had an excuse for walking down the street one evening—totally naked.
A person who attended Super Bowl festivities in Indianapolis last Friday has been diagnosed with measles, meaning a number of visitors may have been exposed to the virus.
Bears linebacker J.T. Thomas has driven to Indianapolis with a teenaged friend to see Sunday’s Super Bowl.
Indianapolis is gearing up for next Sunday’s Super Bowl, and not just from a tourism and fan standpoint.
Conseco Fieldhouse in downtown Indianapolis is losing that name more than a year after the namesake company dropped its use.
Now that Chicago has fought off the City of Indianapolis’ effort to woo away the CME Group, Chicago tourism officials are reportedly plotting revenge.
Technology gadget and electronics buffs will have a new retailer to explore on Sept. 15, when Indianapolis-based retailer hhgregg opens 14 stores throughout the Chicago region.
The death toll stands at five after the stage collapse Saturday night at the Indiana State Fair, and the investigation into how it could have happened is getting underway as the grieving continues.
Big Ten president and chancellors have voted to keep the conference football championship game in Indianapolis through at least 2015.
A woman is dead after the vehicle she was driving left the Edens Expressway and crashed into a tree Tuesday afternoon on the North Side, State Police said.
Indianapolis is a great basketball town, but Chicago is a great city.
Indiana Democrats did not show up for work on Tuesday, shutting down the statehouse on Tuesday and preventing a vote on a controversial union work bill.
Fans of celebrated author and onetime Chicagoan Kurt Vonnegut have the chance to get a sneak peek at the partially completed library in Indianapolis.
A Chicago area man faces federal charges after authorities say he drove to suburban Indianapolis and had a sexual encounter with a 12-year-old girl he met online.