15 Ways to Keep Moving Throughout The Day

If you work long days at the office, it can be difficult to find time to exercise. Kaylee Edington and Jeff Fellure from the National Institute for Fitness and Sport in Indianapolis share '15 Ways to Keep Moving' throughout the day.

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Ballard: Crime Cycle 'Must Stop'

Ballard: Crime Cycle 'Must Stop'

A key part of Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard's plan to fight the city's rise in violence is improving access to early education. He proposes spending $25 million over five years to send thousands of children to preschool. The mayor's "holistic ap...


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Pence to Discuss HIP 2.0 With HHS Secretary

Governor Mike Pence is in Washington D.C. today to meet with U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell. The two are discussing Indiana's recently-submitted Healthy Indiana Plan 2.0 waiver application.

Anti-Bullying App Receives Boost

The Flagship Enterprise Center in Anderson says it is partnering with a local company that has developed an anti-bullying mobile app. The center says Most Beastly Studios' Bully Box app allows students to report bullying anonymously.

BP Touting Production in Whiting

The BP Whiting Refinery played a role in a major profit increase by parent company BP PLC (NYSE: BP). At its peak during the quarter, the facility processed 270,000 barrels of heavy crude per day. Last year, the company completed nearly $4 billion...

Indy Channel to Air Fuel Games Live

Indianapolis' new professional hockey team has announced an agreement with WRTV-6 in Indianapolis to broadcast its inaugural 2014-15 season. Indy Fuel games will air on RTV6 or sister station HTSN. The Fuel's season opener airs Oct. 17 when the te...


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Shifting Perceptions Of Retirement

Gone are the days when most Americans simply retire from their careers to live off of pensions, Social Security and other forms of post-work income. Financial realities and the ongoing economic recovery are playing a part, but many of us are also starting to think differently about retirement.

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