• Top Videos

    • Study Takes Stock of Climate Change's Impact on Tourism

      A researcher at Purdue University says a first of its kind study shows how climate change could effect the state's tourism industry and stakeholders -- particularly small businesses. One example, study lead author and Associate Professor of Hospitality and Tourism Management Jonathon Day says is the state will begin losing some of its "sweet spot" days where the temperature is between 65 degrees and 85 degrees. 

    • NIPSCO's Focus on Renewables

      The state’s largest natural gas utility says it’s transitioning to a more affordable and sustainable energy mix, moving away from coal. NIPSCO President Violet Sistovaris has details on a major initiative.

    • Scale Computing Scores Funding and Partnership

      Indianapolis IT startup Scale Computing scores $35 million in funding and a new product partnership with tech hardware giant Lenovo. Scale’s plans include lots of new jobs.

    • Marian University's Two New Projects

      Marian University is looking to the future with two big projects… a $9 million ethics center and a two-year college that’s a partnership with St. Joseph’s College. Marian President Dan Elsener discusses both. 

    • Amazon HQ2 Update

      After months of waiting, Amazon is reportedly nearing a decision on what will be TWO locations for its second headquarters. Indianapolis is one of 20 finalists for the project, and we have new details.

    • IU President on Banner Year

      Indiana University President Michael McRobbie says it has been a banner year for the university. In our (i) on Education, he explains securing more than $600 million in funding for research and a record $550 million in donations.

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  • The Show

    • Special Political INsiders on Midterm Elections

      Each week a group of INsiders offers perspective on the week’s top stories. This week, we put together a special political panel to sound off on the midterm election results.

    • Ball State's New A.D.

      Beth Goetz is only the second female athletic director in Ball State University’s history. As we go Inside INdiana Sports, she details her three goals for Cardinal athletics.

    • Tyler Trent's Doc on His Remarkable Impact

      20-year-old Purdue superfan Tyler Trent has captured the hearts of the nation with his remarkable fight against cancer. He’s using his diagnosis to raise awareness and money for cancer research. In the Business of Health, his Riley Hospital doctor talks about Tyler’s impact.

    • IU President on Banner Year

      Indiana University President Michael McRobbie says it has been a banner year for the university. In our (i) on Education, he explains securing more than $600 million in funding for research and a record $550 million in donations.

    • Amazon HQ2 Update

      After months of waiting, Amazon is reportedly nearing a decision on what will be TWO locations for its second headquarters. Indianapolis is one of 20 finalists for the project, and we have new details.

    • Marian University's Two New Projects

      Marian University is looking to the future with two big projects… a $9 million ethics center and a two-year college that’s a partnership with St. Joseph’s College. Marian President Dan Elsener discusses both. 

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  • Perspectives

    • Being The Woman You Were Created to Be

      Do you know who you are? Are you walking in your purpose? These questions ring loudly in the ears of many women who are suffering and feel like they will never find success.

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