The City-County Council Monday recognized the IMPD SWAT team for their efforts during a drug raid last month. More>>
The Capital Improvement Board has approved a $160M deal to keep the Pacers in Indianapolis for the next 13 years. More>>
City leaders are defending a $160 million deal with the Indiana Pacers a day after WTHR broke the story on the new long-term contract. More>>
While fans will no doubt cheer the deal, it comes at a hefty price. Over the next 13 years the city will pay more $140 million alone to maintain and operate Bankers Life Fieldhouse. More>>
Indianapolis and American Civil Liberties Union have reached a deal over the city's panhandling ordinance. The city can keep panhandlers from asking drivers for money, but it can't stop them from soliciting pedestrians. More>>
The recent spike in violent crime has sparked a community pushback to attack the problem at its root and local churches are taking the lead.
The number of Tort claims for damage caused by potholes is up dramatically from last year, but Eyewitness News found that doesn't mean it's any easier to get reimbursed. More>>
You've heard of ridesharing? How about bikesharing? It's about to roll into downtown Indianapolis. More>>
When Chea and Rob Carmack began their food truck business three years ago, they never envisioned winding up in a food fight with celebrity chef Mario Batali. But that's what happened when attorneys for Batali learned the name of the couple's food truck. More>>
If you think airport security is tight, try getting into the City-County Building.
In three weeks, the NRA brings its three-day meeting to Indianapolis, which will be the city's biggest convention ever. More>>
Tens of thousands of Hoosiers could be in for a shock when they open their property tax bills in mid-April. Many will find their homestead deduction gone. That deduction is worth a $45,000 tax break. More>>
Indy's rash of violent crime threatens to tarnish the city's friendly image. But visitors in town for the NCAA basketball tournament say they feel safe. More>>