A former financial adviser who admitted to defrauding former Indianapolis Colts defensive end Cory Redding out of $4.7 million was sentenced Friday to seven years in federal prison. Kenneth Ray Cleveland received the punishment after pleading guilty to federal fraud and money laundering charges.
A north-side Indianapolis neighborhood association is suing the city over a zoning decision reversal that allows a controversial mixed-use project near Keystone at the Crossing to be built. Some members of the nearby Driftwood Hills neighborhood fiercely oppose the development plans.
The bankruptcy trustee charged with trying to get a settlement for ITT Technical Institute’s students and creditors has filed a $250 million lawsuit against ITT Educational Services’ ex-CEO and eight of its former directors.
A husband and wife from central Indiana who pleaded guilty to stealing more than $1.2 million in merchandise from online retail giant Amazon have been sentenced to more than five years in prison each, federal prosecutors announced Monday.
Five central Indiana residents — including the owners of three local companies — have been charged along with a Detroit man with embezzling more than $8 million from a bank and an insurance company, in part to pay for a home, a wedding, cars and more.
The Indiana Transportation Museum has filed two lawsuits against Hamilton County government officials, including one that alleges Noblesville is planning to evict the museum from Forest Park by June 1 to seize the museum’s equipment.
Some Anthem Inc. customers were unimpressed by the $115 million data breach settlement deal, and even less so by the attorneys' fee request. California federal Judge Lucy Koh also blistered the attorneys about their fees in open court in February.
Ensuring the $572 million criminal justice center connects with the surrounding Twin Aire neighborhood and doesn’t sit isolated presents a big challenge for planners of the project and community leaders.