Katina Powell voiced confidence on Wednesday to her Indianapolis-based book publisher that her unsavory story about strippers, prostitutes and the University of Louisville basketball program was about to be confirmed. She was right.
Graham Watson, Joey Chandler and Katie McInerney were at the Colts-Jaguars game Sunday as part of an Associated Press Sports Editors diversity fellowship weekend. The first lesson for Watson and Chandler might be to appreciate diversity in all its forms.
In a lengthy interview before publication of "Breaking Cardinal Rules," former stripper and escort Katina Powell said she expects many people will be critical of her for arranging sex with University of Louisville recruits but that she did it to survive.
Lots of local NASCAR fans have already said they won't return to the Brickyard 400 in the wake of Jeff Gordon's retirement. Tony Stewart's retirement after 2016 could result in a similar blow for the race struggling to increase attendnace.
Seven years into a 20-year agreement, Lucas Oil Products founder Forrest Lucas thinks his company has already gotten its money’s worth from the $121.5 million naming rights deal for the Indianapolis Colts’ home. Or at least nearly so.
Indianapolis Monumental Marathon organizers hope to kill confusion in the market by acquiring the Indianapolis Marathon and taking over its domain name. Despite killing the full marathon in Lawrence, they promise to grow the half marathon there.