Ace, a 2-year-old pit bull, lived up to his name.
The Pacers were built, not bought.
The judge told the victim, Mandy Boardman, to “forgive [him] and move on.”
The 2012 Republican vice presidential candidate is trying to challenge the notion that his party is out of touch with poor people the old-fashioned way: by talking to some.
When Michael Bloomberg announced he would spend $50 million on gun control this year, he said he hoped to make the National Rifle Association “afraid.” This weekend, the Bloomberg-backed group Everytown for Gun Safety will help pay to send hundreds of anti-gun violence supporters to the NRA’s annual convention in Indianapolis.
Unless you live in California, Seattle actually has more perfect days a year than your city does.
UPDATE: Purdue Police have released the names of the suspect and victim in today’s shooting. A suspect is in custody after a fatal shooting outside the Purdue University engineering building. The victim appears to have been targeted.
A huge blast late Saturday night killed two people, leveled two homes, and damaged homes blocks away.
Firefighters battle flames at several homes on Indy’s southside. Two fatalities have been reported as of Sunday morning.
Deadspin has more regarding the authenticity of these photos that began circulating on this 4Chan board Tuesday afternoon. The whole thing is still kind of unsettling.
The New York Giants win the Super Bowl, beating the New England Patriots 21-17.
Indianapolis Star social media editor Amy Bartner snapped this picture of the exorbitant food prices inside Lucas Oil Stadium today. Not necessarily shocking, but still outrageous.
I don’t see how this man can lose.
An awesome Lego scale model of Lucas Oil Stadium was unveiled at the Super Bowl in Indianapolis today. It took designer Brian Alano three years and 30,000 pieces to construct. The working video screens are an impressive touch.
Super Bowl media day looks like it was a blast for everyone involved.