Indianapolis 500 Officials To Offer Measles Vaccine At RaceAt least 20 confirmed cases of mumps also were reported at Indiana University in Bloomington, about 50 miles southwest of Indianapolis.
Lilly Selling Half-Price Version Of Popular Humalog InsulinThe fast-acting insulin, which diabetics inject shortly before each meal, is used by about 700,000 Americans.
Amtrak Ending Indianapolis-To-Chicago Route With Funding CutAmtrak spokesman Marc Magliari says the four-days-a-week train won't run after June 30, which is when its $3 million annual state subsidy ends.
Two Indiana Judges Wounded In Shooting Outside Indianapolis White CastleTwo judges from southern Indiana were shot and wounded early Wednesday in the parking lot of a White Castle in downtown Indianapolis.
Indianapolis Ceremony To Honor Life, Legacy Of Richard LugarLugar, a foreign policy expert and longtime Republican senator from Indiana, died Sunday at age 87.
Darren Taylor Charged With Murders Of Gary Woman Temia Haywood, Her Teenage Son Lavell EdmondAn Indianapolis man has been charged with killing a 35-year-old woman and her 13-year-old son last month in Gary, Indiana.
Indianapolis' Kurt Vonnegut Museum Seeks $1.5M For New HomeVonnegut was born in Indianapolis. He died in 2007, at age 84.
Thousands Of Artifacts Were Recovered From An Indiana Home. The FBI Is Struggling To Find Their Owners.A Ming Dynasty vase, an Italian mosaic and the bones of hundreds of Native Americans have been sitting in an Indianapolis warehouse for years. A group of FBI agents had quietly started returning them -- but they hit a snag.
Chicago-Based ActiveCampaign Plans Expansion In IndianapolisThe company plans to invest more than $10 million in Indianapolis in the coming years. It currently has about 400 employees in Chicago, Indianapolis and Sydney, Australia.
Two Injured In Boiler Explosion At Carmel High School Near IndianapolisTwo men are recovering after surviving an explosion at a high school near Indianapolis.
Indiana Woman Fighting For Life After Toxic Shock Syndrome Diagnosis In a matter of days, an Indiana woman went from being a healthy 30-year-old gymnast to lying in a hospital bed with several limbs amputated and a devastating diagnosis: toxic shock syndrome.
Lioness Kills The Father Of Her 3 Cubs at Indianapolis ZooA lioness killed the father of her three cubs at the Indianapolis Zoo this week.
Gary Man Convicted In Shooting Deaths Of Two Women Found In Burning CarHe faces up to 65 years in prison on each count when sentenced Oct. 10.
Mirror Replaces Jesus In A Cage At Indiana Church's Protest Of Immigration PolicyFor almost a month, an Indianapolis church put a caged Holy Family on its lawn to protest US immigration policies. Now, the display looks a little different.
Man Claims Restaurant Asked Him To Leave For Wearing CrossAn Indiana man and his pastor are claiming that a local restaurant profiled them and threatened to throw the man out for wearing a cross in public.