Indianapolis Star

Filter by Popularity: - - - -
After a brief, controversial tenure, USA Gymnastics interim president Mary Bono has stepped down.        ... [Read More]
Legendary rockers Fleetwood Mac plays in Indianapolis during their North American Tour, Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018.        ... [Read More]
At 1-5, the Colts are viewed as one of the worst teams in the NFL.        ... [Read More]
Here is a look at all of Friday night's sectional games and who Kyle Neddenriep thinks will win.        ... [Read More]
Her football feat is just the beginning of Hope Nelson's story of persistence. At 3, she was left blind when a metal prong stabbed her... [Read More]
Female Franklin College Student Football Coach hopes to return as player        ... [Read More]
A 2.5-mile section connecting Westfield to Sheridan opened Tuesday.        ... [Read More]
Cento Shoes, in operation since 1971, does a modest shoe sales business, but the star of the shop is the cobbling that the Cento brothers... [Read More]
Shoe repair shop Cento Shoes is a throwback to old-school cobblers nestled between high-end restaurants and modern electric scooters.        ... [Read More]
Colts' receiver Reece Fountain on remaining on the practice squad: 'I'm not gonna lie, I'm a little surprised by that.'        ... [Read More]
Troy Ward, 19, and Martell Williams, 20, were convicted of felony murder in a marijuana heist that left three people dead in Indianapolis in 2017.... [Read More]
Coach Nate McMillan: 'We want to try and get to that next level; both him as a player and us as an organization.'       ... [Read More]
Pacers forward Myles Turner discusses signing new four-year, $72 million deal.        ... [Read More]
Wheeler Mission President Rick Alvis and his wife Julie talk about the ministry's 125th anniversary        ... [Read More]
NFL season is a work in progress        ... [Read More]
Environmental disasters include toxic air releases, spills into waterways, radiological leaks and even natural gas explosions. Here's what to do if you witness an environmental... [Read More]
Colts receiver Marcus Johnson was two steps out of bounds when New York's Trenton Cannon hit him and tore a ligament, but the Jet apologized.... [Read More]
The Indianapolis Colts begin preparing for a home game versus the Buffalo Bills.        ... [Read More]
What is known as "Public Question 1" for voters could have a big impact on the Indiana Constitution.        ... [Read More]
IndyStar Athlete of the Week (Oct. 8-12) photos        ... [Read More]
Jump To: