Minor League Baseball Season Underway

The Indianapolis Indians posted the best overall attendance in Minor League Baseball in 2013, and General Manager Cal Burleson believes fans will return this spring to support the team as it looks to add another division championship this season.

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Indiana-Made Hovercraft Used in Rescue Efforts

Indiana-Made Hovercraft Used in Rescue Efforts

A Terre Haute company says two of its hovercraft were used in rescue and recovery efforts during last month's mudslide in Washington state. Neoteric Hovercraft says responders used the vehicles to travel through areas covered in water and debris.


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Chrysler CEO to Speak in Kokomo

The chief executive officer of Chrysler Group LLC will speak at Indiana University Kokomo's spring commencement ceremony. The school will also award Sergio Marchionne an honorary degree.

Water Park to Open in Bloomington

A new water park is set to be unveiled next month at a camp ground in Bloomington. The $750,000 Water Zone at the Lake Monroe Jellystone Park will feature water slides and an interactive arena.

Youth Sports Company Coming to Central Indiana

Florida-based i9 Sports Corp. is planning to open locations in Avon and Carmel. The youth sports league franchise says the move will create up to 40 jobs.

Survey Compares Salaries of Pro Sports Teams

An annual ranking of the major global professional sports team salaries includes the Indianapolis Colts and Indiana Pacers. The ESPN The Magazine/Sportingintelligence Global Salary Survey examined close to 200 franchises.


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Why High-End Apartments Are More Enticing to Millennials

Millennials are classified as a concentration of savvy individuals striving to express their creativity and showcase a deep understanding of entrepreneurialism and technology. They believe in their own self-worth and value, and are not afraid of change. This may be why so many Millennials are eager to express their independence and take on the unknown of bigger cities such as Austin, Los Angeles, New York and Chicago.

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