'C3' Looks to Spark Innovation

Indiana Tech hopes an initiative, set to launch Friday, will help turn ideas and startups into successes. Center For Creative Collaboration Executive Director Mark Richter says includes resources to help entrepreneurs, inventors and innovators.

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Indiana Colleges Among Best 'For Your Money'

Indiana Colleges Among Best 'For Your Money'

A national publication's list of "The Best Colleges for Your Money" includes a pair of Indiana schools in the top 100. Money magazine ranked nearly 670 four-year institutions in the U.S. based on 17 factors. Close to 20 schools from the sta...

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Mayor to Talk Fight on Crime

Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard is set to make what is being called a major public safety announcement this morning. The announcement comes in the face of a crime wave and calls to put more police officers on the street. Last weekend on Inside IN...

Shift Cancellations Continue at GM

Officials at the General Motors Fort Wayne Assembly plant have again called off first shift production workers because of issues relating to part availability. The company expects employees on second shift to show up as scheduled.

'Cutting-Edge' Center Progressing in Fort Wayne

Parkview Health officials have marked a major milestone in the construction of a $20 million facility in Fort Wayne. A topping off ceremony was held Tuesday for the Mirro Center for Research and Education. The 90-room center is set to be complete ...

Fair Debuts App, Digital 'Flip Book'

The Indiana State Fair has unveiled digital tools designed to enhance the experience at this year's 17-day event. Indianapolis-based LiveLink Mobile has created an interactive mapping app with GPS technology. The State Fair Commission has also deb...

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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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