- In an effort to clear up confusion, the legislature passed a law earlier this year that requires voters to select each candidate they wish for at-large county council and town council seats.
- Ratings service Moody’s said Indianapolis' ability to maintain a AAA rating on $78.6 million of general obligation debt reflects a "healthy financial position despite continued draws on reserves to support ongoing operations and capital maintenance.”
- The trucking company is moving from the east side of Indianapolis to Mount Comfort in Hancock County, where it will have room to grow and better access to Interstate 70 for its drivers.
- Republican Eric Holcomb and Democrat John Gregg are going into the last two weeks of their contentious campaign for the Indiana governor's office by facing each other in a final televised debate Tuesday evening.
- Marsh said it will continue to lease the 25-year-old building from the buyer until Nov. 21, 2026, at an initial annual rent of more than $2.8 million.
- Sales of Lilly's Humalog insulin, its top-selling product, fell 9 percent, to $641 million, offsetting gains by a stable of new drugs that is helping the company weather a blitz of patent expirations.
- The initiative, called Ascend Indiana, is a new program of the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership.
- Obamacare premiums will go up sharply next year under and many consumers will be down to just one insurer to choose from, the administration confirmed Monday.
- The new degree blends such disciplines as biostatistics, computer science and informatics to better understand issues related to health care cost and quality.
- The ex-wife of former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle has filed suit against the fast-food sandwich chain, alleging executives knew about Fogle’s sexual attraction to young children as early as 2004 and stayed quiet about his pedophile predilections to preserve his role as a “cash cow” for the company.
- Saturday’s game ranks as the most-watched program in the history of Fox Sports 1. In fact, the eight Cubs playoff games on FS1 this postseason rank among the network’s top nine programs.
- Citizens Energy Group says it plans to hire a "vast majority" of the 180 workers at two local wastewater-treatment plants after Suez Water Indiana LLC loses its contract to manage the facilities.
- Online brokerage TD Ameritrade is buying Scottrade in a deal that would significantly expand its branch network at a time when many financial firms are expanding automated adviser programs.
- The distribution company, currently located on the north side of Indianapolis, is building a 230,000-square-foot facility in Greenwood's Southpoint Business Park.
- Samuel Odle, a former hospital executive who was elected to the IPS board in 2012, served on ITT’s board of directors since 2006. The for-profit higher education company closed in September in the wake of federal sanctions.
- Detectives found 12 pounds of marijuana and 36 grams of heroin after being tipped off by DEA
- A natural gas explosion Sunday afternoon left a Noblesville home structurally unsafe to enter.
- Two men were killed and another was hospitalized in critical condition after a car crashed into an occupied IndyGo bus stop early Sunday.
- Hoods & Hops was the perfect place for both cars owners and admirers to talk horsepower, mods and tricks of the trade while soaking up fall's fleeting sunshine with a cold one.
- KOKOMO, Ind. – A Kokomo teenager was shot and killed outside of a Village Pantry Sunday, according to Fox59.
- A groundbreaking for the Swedish furniture retailer occurred Tuesday.
- Republican Megan Robertson and Democrat Katie Blair met while fighting for same-sex marriage rights in Indiana.
- ESPN (blog)
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- Katie Blair and Megan Robertson talk about how their opposing political parties affects their relationship, during a date at Tinker Street. Robertson, a Republican, and Blair, a Democrat, are engaged to be married in November.
The rush is on for World Series fan gear
They've advanced to the World Series with a huge win in game six of the National League Championship Series. And it didn't take long for local fans to get their hands on some rare merchandise. The table full of t-shirts, ball caps, pennants, car flags ...and more »
- SNL offers up their take on 3rd Presidential debate
Tom Hanks joined Alec Baldwin and Kate McKinnon for Saturday Night Live's parody of this week's third and final Presidential Debate. The pair touched on all the hot-button topics from the debate, including Donald Trump's comments on whether he would ...and more »
- See how the candidates for governor stand on prekindergarten, gay rights, abortion and education
- AT&T Inc.’s planned $85 billion takeover of Time Warner Inc. mirrors Comcast Corp.’s successful acquisition of NBCUniversal, but the latest pairing faces a potentially rockier path through Washington, D.C.
- An electric baseball diamond and scoreboard gave up to the minute progress on the games
- John Gregg has trimmed the mustache, ditched the folksy commercials and brought out his serious side in a second run for governor.
- Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb has operated behind the scenes in Indiana politics for nearly 20 years.
- The housing market in and around Downtown Indianapolis today is a study in contradictions.
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Dozens gathered Saturday morning to rally behind a young Indianapolis boy and his vision to help curb violence in his neighborhood. Reese Hamilton is turning tragedy into a movement. On Saturday, he joined a group of both adults and ...and more »
- A woman was found dead from an apparent gunshot wound on the west side in the driver's seat of her car.
- The Latest on the trial of a University of Colorado student charged with fatally stabbing another student outside a bar (all times local):
- A 17-year-old girl was ejected from passenger seat in a two-vehicle crash.
- Six men were arrested Friday on the east side, along with drugs, handguns and cash, Indianapolis police said.
- John Gregg, the Democratic candidate for Indiana governor, has struck a more serious tone in his second attempt to win the state's top office. (Dwight Adams/IndyStar)
- Republican Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb has the local contacts and behind-the-scenes experience to build coalitions if elected Indiana's governor, supporters say.
- The region's home sales were up 6 percent in September, despite fewer listings.
- Mascot Hall of Fame announces its ballot of six candidates for the hall at a groundbreaking ceremony Friday in northwestern Indiana
- Indiana State Museum's new exhibit, Design Zone, hides math and science in fun.
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Police arrest six people during drug raid on Indianapolis' east side ...
Two people were arrested and property was seized after a drug raid occurred on Indianapolis' east side Friday morning.and more »
- A 30-year-old male driving at high speeds slammed into a utility pole in Indianapolis and was killed early Saturday morning, according to Fox59.com.
- The Nov. 8 referendum—if it’s approved—doesn’t institute a transit tax. It only gives the City-County Council permission to vote on one, if it chooses to.
- While the NFL’s TV ratings as a whole this season are getting sacked for a sizable loss, the Indianapolis Colts have escaped the big hit.
- Currently, only about 2-4 percent of U.S. brain surgeries for tumors, strokes and other abnormalities are done with NICO’s low-invasive approach.
- Indianapolis man robbed at knifepoint in home
INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) - Someone robbed a family who had just moved into an east side home last week. "It's like a dream, owning your own home," said Nelson Molina, with his 13-year-old daughter, Reyna, translating his words for him. Molina is from El ...
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