• Top Videos

    • Event Looks to Help Avoid 'Crippling' Loans

      Federal student loan interest rates are set to increase next week, and an Indiana nonprofit is looking to help students navigate the loan process. InvestEd Chief Executive Officer Joe Wood says rates for undergraduates will increase from 3.76 percent to 4.45 percent, resulting in average payments of about $10 more per month, or $1,100 over the life of a loan.

    • Ag Industry Puts Heads Together For Strategic Plan

      Key stakeholders from the state's agriculture sector have released a strategic plan designed to boost the sector over the next decade. The major priorities include supporting infrastructure improvement efforts, extending high-speed broadband to all parts of the state and better coordinating ag education standards between educators and the industry.

    • New Operator Coming to Burns Harbors

      The Ports of Indiana is calling the move a “game-changer.” The nation’s oldest port operator, Metro Ports, is expanding to the Great Lakes for the first time at the Port of Indiana Burns Harbor. Exclusive details on a deal that some say could double bulk cargo business.

    • Nextech's New Initiatives

      Cutting edge opportunities for teachers to get out of the classroom and into the workplace to sharpen their computer science skills.  Details on Nextech’s Educator Externship Program and other teacher-focused initiatives.

    • Ball State's New President

      Geoffrey Mearns has been in his new role as president of Ball State University since May, and has big plans for the Muncie school. In our (i) on Education segment, he talks about his strategic plans with a focus on economic development and cultural vitality. 

    • Guatemala Electrification Project Update

      Hoosier lineworkers returned to Central America to bring electricity to the impoverished region and improve quality of life. It was the Indiana Electric Cooperatives’ third trip to Guatemala, and the team electrified 60 homes, a school, a church and a clinic for Project Indiana. 

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  • The Show

    • INsiders: Logistics Sector, Another Nonstop Flight, Paul George

      Each week a group of Insiders offers perspective on the week’s top stories. This week we’re sounding off on big news in the Indiana logistics sector, another nonstop flight at Indianapolis International Airport and Paul George is ready to pack up.

    • Basketball Standout Turned Healthcare Exec

      Former Butler Basketball All American Chris Miskel recently became CEO of Versiti, a Midwestern healthcare company affiliated with the Indiana Blood Center. He discusses his role and the organization’s work in blood services and genomic research. 

    • Sports Corp Gearing Up for Signature Events

      The Indiana Sports Corp is gearing up for two signature events: the 30th anniversary of the Youthlinks Charity Golf Tournament and the second annual Indy Ultimate, an urban adventure race through downtown Indianapolis. 

    • Women & Hi Tech Partnering with Eleven Fifty

      Women & Hi Tech is partnering with Fishers-based Eleven Fifty Academy to help mentor women pursuing technology-related careers. Members of the nonprofit organization will meet each week with women currently enrolled in the Academy’s software development course.

    • Nextech's New Initiatives

      Cutting edge opportunities for teachers to get out of the classroom and into the workplace to sharpen their computer science skills.  Details on Nextech’s Educator Externship Program and other teacher-focused initiatives.

    • Guatemala Electrification Project Update

      Hoosier lineworkers returned to Central America to bring electricity to the impoverished region and improve quality of life. It was the Indiana Electric Cooperatives’ third trip to Guatemala, and the team electrified 60 homes, a school, a church and a clinic for Project Indiana. 

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  • Most Popular Videos

    • Basketball Standout Turned Healthcare Exec

      Former Butler Basketball All American Chris Miskel recently became CEO of Versiti, a Midwestern healthcare company affiliated with the Indiana Blood Center. He discusses his role and the organization’s work in blood services and genomic research. 

    • Ivy Tech Unveils Organizational Transition

      Ivy Tech is undergoing a major statewide makeover. The college will no longer operate on a regional basis, but instead as 19 self-sustaining campuses, each with their own chancellors. Ivy Tech President Sue Ellspermann and COO Andy Bowne weigh-in on the new structure. 

    • Lids Teaming with Spike Lee

      The nation’s largest hat retailer, based right here central Indiana, is getting ready to roll out a new commercial with the help of American Film Director Spike Lee. The Emmy-award winning director and his production crew spent 24-hours in Indianapolis last month to shoot a promotional video for Lids Sports Group. 

    • IPS Superintendent Talks Issues and Opportunities

      Large urban school districts around the country face challenges when it comes to keeping students in classrooms and graduating them. IPS Superintendent Lewis Ferebee weighs-in on those challenges and thelooming closure of three high schools.

    • Guatemala Electrification Project Update

      Hoosier lineworkers returned to Central America to bring electricity to the impoverished region and improve quality of life. It was the Indiana Electric Cooperatives’ third trip to Guatemala, and the team electrified 60 homes, a school, a church and a clinic for Project Indiana. 

    • Mearns: Need to Support Community to Succeed

  • Perspectives

    • We Can and Must Do Better - Together

      This year, Congress has worked hard to craft solutions to real challenges being experienced in the healthcare marketplace. The fact is that in many states the individual insurance market needs to offer more health plan options at lower cost for Hoosiers. We need Congress to act now. Throughout this debate, St. Vincent, part of Ascension, has sought to be a voice for our patients by calling on Congress to pass legislation that meets three simple principles...

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  • Most Popular Stories

    • Carrier Parent Looks to 'Set The Record Straight'

      The parent of Carrier Corp. says it is looking to clear up some confusion about its plans for its Indianapolis manufacturing facility. Connecticut-based United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX) says there have been inaccurate reports about the facility and the jobs associated with it.

    • BWI to Break Ground on First U.S. Facility

      State and local officials will Wednesday afternoon join executives from BeijingWest Industries Co. Ltd. to break ground on a more than $80 million manufacturing facility in Greenfield. The nearly 275,000 square-foot building will be the Chinese company's first production site in the U.S. and is expected to create up to 441 jobs by 2021.

    • IU Targets Entrepreneurship With Reorganization

      Indiana University is detailing measures it says will boost entrepreneurial activity at its campuses statewide. President Michael McRobbie has reorganized the IU Research and Technology Corp. in ways the school says will better address challenges such as talent identification, capital, startup space and programming for the companies behind innovations at IU.

    • New Ivy Tech Campus Chancellors in Place Statewide

      As part of its new organizational structure, Ivy Tech Community College has announced the 19 chancellors that will head its statewide campuses. President Sue Ellspermann says it represents the next step "in putting more 'community' into community college." The more localized structure, Ivy Tech says, will create self-sustaining units led by the chancellors. The new setup replaces the regional or bi-regional leadership structure that had been in place.

    • Zionsville Company Relocating to Westfield

      A Zionsville-based distributor is planning to relocate to Westfield. The Westfield Advisory Plan Commission has approved plans from NewPro Containers to invest $4 million for a new facility near the Westfield Business Park.