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Indianapolis Public Schools has received five bids for its 4.5-acre property on East 16th Street, with the highest coming in at $2.75 million and each proposing... [Read More]
A former Butler University journalism professor and adviser of the student newspaper has filed a federal lawsuit alleging the university discriminated against her. Loni Smith... [Read More]
Katherine Coplen, the first woman to lead Nuvo's editorial department, is leaving the alternative weekly newspaper at the end of January after about a year... [Read More]
As Indiana' continues to struggle with the opioid epidemic, lawmakers are considering whether to add nine new treatment centers around the state. Indiana now has... [Read More]
Gov. Eric Holcomb's office says Indiana will be the second state to adopt The Last Mile coding program, which seeks to give inmates in-demand job... [Read More]
Plus, see what groups of artists can create on 24-hour notice at Indy Convergence. [Read More]
Indiana hasn't significantly increased the number of students who finish high school even as it leads the nation in embracing school choice policies that have... [Read More]
Opponents have raised concerns about property values being hurt by additional traffic and calls to prayer disturbing the peace. [Read More]
Volunteers from the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers have twice planned to do the work but cold, snow and ice have caused delays. [Read More]
The Le Peep restaurant chain announced Friday evening that it has sold its five Indianapolis locations to a local investment group. Terms of the deal... [Read More]
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Le Peep Restaurants of Indiana announced Friday evening that it and its five Indianapolis locations have been acquired by a local investment group. Terms of... [Read More]
A $25 million Greenwood sports complex proposed by Indy Fuel owners Jim and Sean Hallett is on ice while the father-and-son duo try to work... [Read More]
Sometimes a gift is more work than it's worth. That could be the case for the Great American Songbook Foundation, which recently received the 107-acre... [Read More]
The city's grand plans to transform the southeast-side Twin Aire neighborhood—in part by building a $572 million criminal justice center there—hinge on the cooperation of... [Read More]
An increasingly tight labor market has companies turning to a surprising subset of potential workers for help: former prison inmates. Once shunned as too risky... [Read More]
The tattoo on his left arm is the giveaway. So are the two on his chest. They tell you plainly enough what has gone on... [Read More]
Calling Will Carroll unconventional is an understatement. Despite having no professional medical background, the Greenwood resident has become one of the top media experts nationally... [Read More]
An employee of Nightingale Home Health Care claimed in a lawsuit that company president Dev Brar made unwanted sexual advances. The suit was dismissed, but... [Read More]
Stan Burton considered several options for keeping the nationally esteemed and notoriously challenging course open—including making it more family-friendly—but in the end they weren't viable. [Read More]