The U.S. Olympic Committee has agreed to make Indianapolis-based USA Football part of its Multi-Sport Organization Council, giving the group access to sports officials that could someday decide to put football in the Olympics.
The Whitestown Town Council on Wednesday approved an agreement to buy 135 acres that previously served as the longtime home of the Wrecks Inc. automobile salvage yard. Little League International is expected to use about 20 of those acres.
Two former divers are suing Indianapolis-based USA Diving, accusing the national governing body of ignoring or obstructing inquiries into allegations that a coach sexually abused them when they were young athletes.
Texas prosecutors said there was a "total failure" by Indianapolis-based USA Gymnastics "to protect the athletes that were part of their program and to take appropriate action once they were made aware of Dr. [Larry] Nassar's actions."
Little League International said it might consider sites outside of Zionsville for its new regional headquarters following public criticism of a real estate project associated with the high-profile development. Seventy communities had sought the headquarters before Zionsville was chosen.