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Culinary cookoff celebrating family, fun and food

You could find kids, families and food inside the gymnasium of Brookside School 54 Thursday, April 11 for their 3rd annual culinary cook off.

Fever land Caitlin Clark with No. 1 pick

Hundreds of fans gathered in Downtown Indianapolis at Gainbridge Fieldhouse on April 15 for a draft to hear league commissioner Cathy Engelbert utter those...

Catchings to receive first-ever Ethical Leadership Award at University of Indianapolis

Tamika Catchings, a household name in basketball and a beacon of community leadership and entrepreneurialism in Indianapolis, is being honored with the inaugural Kevin...

The Indiana Fever can win a championship as early as this season

The Indiana Fever has not hoisted the WNBA championship banner since 2012. Despite this, optimism for the team to do so is surging throughout...

Beyond the scoreboard: Indiana sports and philanthropy

Indiana sports teams, athletes and organizations made significant strides in philanthropy and charitable work throughout 2023. From hosting celebrity softball games to raising funds...

Indiana Fever secure No. 1 draft pick in 2024 WNBA Draft

Indiana Fever General Manager Lin Dunn couldn't contain her excitement following the WNBA Draft Lottery Dec. 11 at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in downtown Indianapolis. "This is...

Fever’s Aliyah Boston unanimous choice as WNBA Rookie of the Year

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Aliyah Boston had an incredible first season and was honored by the league as the WNBA Rookie of the Year on...

Rockets’ Kevin Porter Jr. fractured former Fever player’s vertebra in assault

NEW YORK (AP) — Houston Rockets guard Kevin Porter Jr.'s alleged attack on his girlfriend in a New York City hotel room left the...

A look back on the historic 2023 Indiana Fever season

The Indiana Fever concluded the 2023 WNBA regular season with a win against the Minnesota Lynx, 87-72, Sept. 10. Despite nearly 65,000 people attending...

Sky beat the Fever 96-69 to move into an eighth-place tie in the WNBA standings

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Kahleah Copper scored 25 points, Marina Mabrey and Courtney Williams each added 17 points and the Chicago Sky beat the Indiana...
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