Safety, security and more people calling the city home highlight a new vision for a "new downtown" Indianapolis. More>>
Most deadly house fires happen when people are asleep and there's a push in Indianapolis to put safer smoke detectors in people's homes. More>>
The city says it's close to a settlement agreement on safety repairs at the evacuated Regional Operations Center that could put police officers back to work there. More>>
On Friday night, tens of thousands of people will flock downtown to take part in the annual lighting of the Monument or Circle of Lights. It's one of the city's best loved holiday traditions - and we owe it to the vision of one man who sought to shed light on what was once a gloomy monument.
USA Diving, in partnership with the United States Olympic Committee, has announced Indianapolis will be the host city for the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Diving Trials. More>>
The desire to live downtown is fueling a residential building boom, mostly in the rental market.
The ordinance, which was approved on a 5-2 vote, doesn't eliminate panhandling downtown as the mayor initially wanted, but it does place further restrictions on where it can occur. More>>
You will see more of those IndyGo "bendy buses" starting Monday in downtown Indianapolis. More>>
More than a hundred years of history was destroyed Sunday afternoon when strong winds and severe weather took out the old post office that was in the process of being renovated by several neighborhood groups. More>>
In an effort to save time and money, Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard wants to bring criminal justice in Marion County under one roof. More>>