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MLB bans Tucupita Marcano for life for betting on baseball, four others get one-year suspensions

NEW YORK (AP) — Major League Baseball permanently banned San Diego Padres infielder Tucupita Marcano on Tuesday for betting on baseball and suspended four...

Leadership Indianapolis hosts Get on Board event to connect community leaders with local nonprofits

Leadership Indianapolis will host its popular annual Get on Board event,presented by AES Indiana, to connect interested individuals with local nonprofits lookingfor board, committee...

The University of Indianapolis mourns the passing of Dr. Gene Sease

It is with heavy hearts that the University of Indianapolis acknowledges the passing of Dr. Gene Sease, who served as the fifth president of...

Cardoso debuts, Reese vs Clark rivalry reignited in Fever’s 71-70 win over Chicago

During college, Angel Reese and Caitlin Clark had many run-ins during games and even in postgame interviews. Now, both are in the WNBA and...

Dancing, Dunks and Dustbowl: Washington Park Community Love Fest 

Community organizations, vendors and food trucks will gather in Washington Park June 1-2 for the Community Love Fest dustbowl tournament, kickback and praise in...

A mission for maternal well-being in Indiana

Maternal health serves as a cornerstone of public health, reflecting not only the well-being of individual mothers and their babies, but the health and...

Beef & Boards presents ‘The Wizard of Oz’

Follow the yellow brick road to Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre’s 2024 season family show.  On stage now through July 7, Beef & Boards’ production...

iHeartMedia Indianapolis Names Leon Williamson Market President

Indianapolis – May 28, 2024 – iHeartMedia announced today that Leon Williamson has been elevated to Indianapolis Market President, effective immediately.  iHeartMedia Indianapolis has...

Youth violence … all our problem

I recently was sent a disturbing video of a teenager being knocked to the ground by another teen on a Saturday night in downtown...

No More Excuses

Remember Shirley Sherrod? Relatively few people do. Ms. Sherrod was hired in 2009 to work for then President Barack Obama’s USDA as its Georgia...
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