Drug use among teenagers in the U.S. is down, but the mortality rate is rising. As part of our series “America Addicted,” the NewsHour’s Pamela Kirkland visited one so-called recovery school in Indianapolis that is giving new hope to students…
By Mike Fritz, Frank Carlson, Pamela Kirkland
Officials at Butler University in Indianapolis are doing damage control after conservative news outlets picked up on the description of a fall class.
By Brian Slodysko, Associated Press
President-elect Donald Trump’s deal with United Technologies will preserve 1,100 jobs in the state of Indiana, thus appearing to validate a central promise of his campaign. But questions remain: Is this sort of agreement viable? What is the future of…
By PBS NewsHour
President-elect Donald Trump traveled to Indianapolis on Thursday, touting a jobs deal he said made good on a campaign promise. In the agreement, Carrier's parent company, United Technologies, will receive $7 million in state tax breaks over 10 years, in…
By PBS NewsHour
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Attorney General Loretta Lynch plans to visit six cities in the coming months to highlight police departments she sees as role models for law enforcement.
By April Brown
It’s hard not to smile and move to the beat when you see Katie McLiver’s first grade classroom dancing to some of their favorite songs. The students at Fox Hill Elementary School in suburban Indianapolis do the “Sid Shuffle” with…
While Economy Talk Dominates the Convention, Exploring Romney's Foreign Policy…
By Molly Finnegan
This year's Venice Biennale features installations by artists Allora and Calzadilla, who recruited U.S. Olympic athletes to become part of the exhibit.
The Indianapolis Museum of Art has turned its attention to a park filled with exhibits -- big and small -- in an attempt to lure more visitors both inside and outside. Jeffrey Brown has more.
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