Some of the fastest fingers around spent Sunday in Louisville trying to unscramble cubes in record time.
The ride started and ended at the 3rd Turn Oldham Gardens, and bikers could do a 16 or 30-mile course.
CycLOUvia is designed to encourage people to come together by staying active and walking, cycling, skateboarding or dancing in the street.
The university filed the lawsuit against James Ramsey and several others in April.
Officers responded to a report of an "active aggressor with shots fired inside and outside of the store."
A public hearing will be held at 10 a.m. Aug. 17 in the Supreme Court Courtroom at the Statehouse in Indianapolis.
State police arrested 42-year-old Nazarine Ingram around midnight in Owensboro.
The Yum! Center is looking for part-time ushers, ticket takers and event security.
The finding comes from a recent review of Indiana's troubled Department of Child Services.
The release of the probe, which was completed by former U.S. Attorney Kerry Harvey in March, has been delayed several times at the behest of Mayor Greg Fischer’s administration because of worries about harming the civil and criminal cases.
Eighteen districts in central and southern Indiana are receiving grants ranging from about $6,000 to more than $25,000 for wide-ranging summer reading initiatives that largely target students before third grade.
A new company in Louisville is offering an alternative to commercial flights for your pets.
A former high school baseball coach is preserving history inside his Louisville home.
It was an emotional day in downtown Louisville for dozens of women joining together and learning to heal, while remembering those they’ve lost.