Exhibit Explores Indiana's Baseball History

Did you know the first-ever Major League Baseball game took place in Fort Wayne? The Indiana Historical Society's Amy Lamb talks about the state's deep connection to America's passtime and a new exhibit at the Indiana History Center.

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Fuson to Lead Pacers Sports & Entertainment

Pacers Sports & Entertainment has announced President Jim Morris will move into the role of vice chairman. Chief Operating Officer Rick Fuson will succeed Morris, effective immediately. Fuson has been with the organization since 1984 and is curren...

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President Heading to Princeton Plant

The Office of President Barack Obama has announced the timeline for a scheduled visit Wednesday to southwest Indiana. The president is set to fly to Evansville Regional Airport for a visit to Millennium Steel Service LLC in Princeton.

Indy Group Seeks Comprehensive Strategic Plan

The Greater Indianapolis Progress Committee is underway with an effort to weave several strategic plans for the city into one comprehensive document. Plan 2020 organizers say it focuses on "what type of city we want to be" by Indianapolis' 200th a...

Anderson Hospital Inks Affiliation Agreement

Community Hospital Anderson has announced an affiliation agreement with the MD Anderson Cancer Network. The hospital says the move will give its physicians access to guidelines, treatment plans and research from MD Anderson experts.

Bootcamp Unveils 'Rockstar' Lineup

Indianapolis-based Angie's List Inc. (Nasdaq: ANGI) founder Angie Hicks will headline TechPoint's 2014 Entrepreneurship Bootcamp next week at Launch Fishers. The event will feature panels and presentations on topics ranging from fundraising to ins...

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My grandfather had some unbelievable experiences during World War II. He spent four years in Europe, involved in the war effort in a number of ways, including helping to liberate concentration camps. That's one reason Kurt Vonnegut's "Slaughterhouse Five" means so much to me.

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