Attendance for the four-day Indy Women in Tech Championship is expected to grow more than 30 percent this year.
With three days remaining, the Colts camp has already received more visitors than it did in its final year at Anderson University. But the crowd numbers are still well below what they reached early this decade.
The event, scheduled for April 4 and April 6, 2026, at Lucas Oil Stadium, will be the ninth time the city hosts the men’s basketball championship tournament.
The Pendleton Council approved the project Thursday night, along with a $3.2 million incentive package to help encourage the development.
Little League International said it “believes it’s in everyone’s best interest to pursue other options for the development of the Little League Central Region Headquarters.”
The proposed 60-acre commercial development has been taken off the drawing board after Indy Fuel owners Jim and Sean Hallett decided to drop plans for a $25 million sportsplex that was to serve as anchor of the project.
The new version of the IndyCar that made its Indianapolis 500 debut on Sunday was hard to drive in traffic and squirrely in the corners. And that made it appealing to drivers who want to be rewarded for their talent.
The decision was announced Wednesday by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell during the league's spring meeting in Atlanta.
Henke Development Group LLC has requested the rezoning of about 600 acres for a project called Holliday Farms, which would feature a championship golf course, homes, retail buildings and restaurants.
The crowd blew away the old single-game mark of 11,048 the Eleven drew for its very first game in April 2014.
Purdue found a fountain of new revenue last fall at Ross-Ade Stadium, after alcohol sales were expanded to the entire stadium.
Indianapolis officials say they’re up for the challenge of hosting the eighth annual College Football Playoff National Championship in January 2022, even as they’re planning six other big sporting events that take place within a 13-month stretch.
A $25 million Greenwood sports complex is on ice while its developers try to work out a deal to get a sizable, one-time rebate from Indianapolis Power & Light Co.
Officials with the soccer team are in ongoing discussions about the possibility of playing future games in Lucas Oil Stadium, while a soccer news website reports that the team will join the United Soccer League for its 2018 season.
Formerly known as Jonathan Byrd’s Fieldhouse, the $10 million facility with eight hardwood courts for basketball and volleyball will be called the Pacers Athletic Center.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said Lucas Oil Stadium was “briefly considered” as the site of the 2021 NBA All-Star Game. But a desire to have the game in a more intimate facility led the league and team officials to choose the 18,165-seat Bankers Life Fieldhouse to host the game.
The city of Westfield’s contract with Carmel-based Urick Concessions, which has been operating the outdoor food stands at the sports complex since it opened in 2014, ends Dec. 31.
Major League Soccer on Wednesday announced four finalists for the two expansion clubs it is scheduled to add by the end of the year. Indianapolis is not among the four, but MLS said the city could be considered for two other franchises it wants to add in the future.
The 65,000-square-foot-plus facility for Pro X Athlete Development would feature 44,000 square feet of open turf, full-length batting cages, weight room and golf simulators.