Small plane crashes after NCAA title game, killing ISU coach

A private plane returning from the NCAA basketball tournament in Indianapolis crashed in a central Illinois field, killing all seven people on board, including Illinois State University's associate head basketball coach and a deputy athletics director.

US state may allow 'baby boxes' for surrendering newborns

Indiana could become the first US state to allow use of the baby boxes on a broad scale to prevent dangerous abandonments of infants if a bill, which unanimously passed the House this week, clears the state Senate.

Peyton Manning leads NFL-high nine Broncos into Pro Bowl
Peyton Manning leads NFL-high nine Broncos into Pro Bowl

Peyton Manning was named to his NFL-best 14th Pro Bowl to lead a league-best nine Denver Broncos players into the annual all-star game, the NFL announced Tuesday.

Peyton Manning beats ex-teammates as Broncos down Colts
Peyton Manning beats ex-teammates as Broncos down Colts

Peyton Manning threw three touchdown passes to Julius Thomas and the Denver Broncos downed Indianapolis 31-24 in their National Football League season opener Sunday.

Marc Marquez stays unbeaten in 2014 with 10th MotoGP win

Spanish world champion Marc Marquez became the first man in 17 years to win 10 consecutive MotoGP races when he rode to a comfortable victory at Indianapolis on Sunday.

7 people injured in Indianapolis shooting

Police say seven people have been shot and injured in Indianapolis in the central United States.

Minneapolis awarded 52nd Super Bowl in 2018

Minneapolis will host the 52nd Super Bowl in 2018, the National Football League announced on Tuesday.

IndyCar in talks for 2015 return to Brazil

IndyCar officials are in talks with Brazilian event organizers about returning the open-wheel racing series to the South American nation next year, a top IndyCar executive said Friday.

Colts owner Irsay checks into rehab

Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay has entered drug rehab after he allegedly failed a sobriety test and was arrested for driving under the influence and possession of a controlled substance.

Another female in a male bastion, Simona de Silvestro joins Sauber F1

Sauber has roped in Simona de Silvestro as an affiliate driver. The 25-year-old Swiss driver will be actively involved in the Zurich-based team`s preparation for 2015 F1 season.

Record-setting Broncos face first playoff test Sunday

Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos, who set National Football League records for passing and points, open their playoff run Sunday against the San Diego Chargers, who upset them last month.

Cause of enormous US blast that killed 2 unknown

An enormous blast in the US Midwest that killed two people, obliterated two homes and made dozens more uninhabitable came with no hint of warning.

Explosion in Indianapolis home, 2 dead

Atleast two were killed, two homes were leveled and around 200 people were evacuated after a loud explosion took place in one of the homes overnight.

Violent storms kills 31 in US

The threat of tornadoes was expected to last until late Friday for parts of Kentucky, Tennessee, Indiana and Ohio.

Indiana election chief found guilty of voter fraud

Indiana`s top elections official
was convicted of multiple voter fraud-related charges.

Beaux Barfield ready to rewrite IndyCar rules

IndyCar`s new race director is taking a hard line. Beaux Barfield intends to call blocking, impose more consistent penalties and create better lines of communication between teams and drivers, and he won`t compromise on those issues.

Indianapolis church puts up provocative sex billboards

An Indianapolis church has put up provocative, eye-catching billboards with the intention of helping married couples in keeping the spark alive in their love life.

Lorenzo wins Indy MotoGP, rivals crash

Spain`s Jorge Lorenzo claimed his third win of the season at the Indianapolis MotoGP after championship leader Valentino Rossi and pole sitter Dani Pedrosa crashed.

Lorenzo wins Indy MotoGP, rivals crash

Spain`s Jorge Lorenzo claimed his third win of the season at the Indianapolis MotoGP after championship leader Valentino Rossi and pole sitter Dani Pedrosa crashed.

Spain`s Pedrosa takes MotoGP pole at Indianapolis

Dani Pedrosa had the fastest motorcycle in the rain and was even quicker on a dry track.