A global oil company has committed enough cash to get the $20 million project off the ground. Visitors will be able to jump into mascot outfits, fire off T-shirt cannons, and explore the Science of Silliness.
IUPUI and Indiana Sports Corp. pulled off a first at this year’s Olympic trials, taking 94 percent of trash out of the waste stream. Now other sports entities are getting interested in doing the same.
Former Mayor Greg Ballard might not have been as crazy as some people thought when he suggested Indianapolis could use cricket as a rallying point for businesses.
USA Track & Field CEO Max Siegel wants to bring an indoor national championship event here as soon as 2018. But his choice of venues is a bit unconventional.
MainGate Inc. is anticipating a solid six-figure payday as one of about 10 NBA-licensed companies selling Cleveland Cavaliers merchandise in the wake of the team’s NBA title over the Golden State Warriors.
The Score comes to you in a new roundup format. Featured is a local merchandising company, the Indy 500’s latest commercial deal and a look at how technology has changed the way the Pacers condition their players. Plus, a look at the cost of attending The Masters.
Crooked Stick has poured more than $3 million into course upgrades, and event organizers are promising smoother traffic flow and faster shuttle service for this year's BMW Championship. Jordan Spieth's presence could spur bigger crowds.
A local charity which uses bicycles to promote health and fitness in central Indiana schools is pursuing a $125,000 Lids Foundation award. The public can vote for one of five finalists.
Indianapolis’ relatively low key approach to the NFL Combine, which will attract all 32 team owners and around 2,000 team and league personnel, is part of what makes the Circle City such a great host of the event, said event organizer Jeff Foster.
Mike Smith wasn’t looking for a job—and certainly not one as potentially controversial as the one he accepted earlier this month. By his own admission, he’s stepping into a position with “lots of complicated issues” and just as many agendas.
The co-founders of Diamond Charts LLC said their new high-tech product was well-received by a group of NFL executives, team owners and venture capitalists.
WISH-TV Channel 8, and its sister station WNDY-TV Channel 23, will air 100 Cubs and White Sox games this year. White Sox fans will be especially pleased with the additional offerings.
MainGate Inc. has been hired to design, manufacture and sell a wide range of merchandise through wholesale and Internet channels for Kobe Inc.
With two new deals signed this fall, Green Golf Partners has taken another step toward its goal of operating 50 golf courses and tripling its revenue—to more than $60 million—in the next five years.
The Indiana Horse Racing Commission is poised to make sweeping changes in the wake of the dismissal of its long-time executive director.
Emmis Communications Corp. has bought another radio station from Frankfort-based Kaspar Broadcasting and is set to simulcast all of its local shows on the FM dial. Most of its ESPN national content will be broadcast on a sister FM station, which will be re-branded.
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.
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.
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.