Indiana Sees 21 More COVID-19 Deaths, Indianapolis Easing LimitsIndianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett announced Wednesday that the city would enter the next phase of its economy's reopening on Monday.
Indianapolis Police Officers To Get Body Cameras In Wake Of KillingsPolice have said Dreasjon “Sean” Reed, 21, and McHale Rose, 19, both shot at officers before they were killed in separate incidents just hours apart.
Indianapolis Police Officer Shoots And Kills Driver After ChasePolice have been made aware of a video that is also circulating on social media and are investigating.
University Park Couple Killed When SUV Falls From Indianapolis Parking GarageIndianapolis Fire Department officials said around 9:50 a.m. Wednesday, an SUV drove off the fourth floor of the Market Center Garage in downtown Indianapolis.
Bus With 26 Students Onboard Crashes Into Pawn Shop In IndianapolisA bus crashed into a pawn shop in Indianapolis Tuesday morning. 
Roof Collapses During Sunday Fire At Church In Indiana; No One InjuredMembers of an Indianapolis church scrambled to get out of the building when a fire broke out during an adult Sunday school lesson.
Relative's Efforts To Dig Up Remains In John Dillinger's Grave Will ContinueA relative of infamous 1930's gangster John Dillinger is renewing efforts to have Dillinger's remains dug up from their burial site at Crown Hill Cemetery.
Indianapolis Cop Is Charged For Punching Teen At SchoolAn Indianapolis police officer who punched a 17-year-old student has been charged with battery and other crimes.
History Channel Drops Out Of Planned John Dillinger Documentary; Proposed Exhumation In DoubtThe History Channel has dropped out of a planned documentary on 1930s gangster John Dillinger that would have featured the proposed exhumation of his grave in Indianapolis sought by two relatives of the notorious criminal who question whether he's truly buried there.
Bus Company Makes Chicago To Indianapolis Route PermanentA bus company that plans routes based on customer feedback is making daily Chicago-to-Indianapolis service permanent.
Amazon Hiring For New Facility In Suburban IndianapolisOnline retail giant Amazon is hiring more than 1,000 full-time workers for a packaging center in suburban Indianapolis.