After years of decay, the Friends of the Chapel of Our Sorrowful Mother in Ferdinand, Indiana are excited to begin restoring a piece of their history that dates to the founding of their town with the help of the state’s Historic Renovation Grant Program.
The city of Indianapolis will partner with the Criminal Justice Lab at the New York University School of Law to create a new approach to public safety and eventually make policy recommendations, Mayor Joe Hogsett announced at a press conference June 15.
Hundreds of Hoosier lives could be saved every year because insurance and health plans are now required to screen for one of the deadliest forms of cancer at a younger age.
Former Indiana Fever player Tamika Catchings and former Pacer George Hill spoke at the Monumental March and Voter Registration rally.
According to court documents, Diane Goebel, 68, has been charged with criminal recklessness with a deadly weapon after running her van into protesters June 8. Before her identity became public, demonstrators referred to Goebel as “Minivan Karen.”
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) Chief Randal Taylor named officer Dejoure Mercer as the officer who shot and killed Dreasjon Reed May 6.
A person drove a minivan through a small crowd of demonstrators downtown June 8 on Monument Circle.