This week on Noon Edition we spoke with guests from around the state about baseball's place in Indiana sports culture.
The Indiana University Football team beat Michigan State 24-21 on Saturday night, the first time they've beat a ranked team in 10 years.
Elizabeth Smith of Muncie has a goal for the 2016 Paralympic Games: to be the best swimmer in her stroke.
Terre Haute has been coined the “Pickleball Mecca of the Midwest.”
The Indy 500 cash prize is one of the largest in sports. How does it compare to previous races and other major sporting events?
Indiana will play North Carolina in the Sweet Sixteen on Friday.
The seeding determines when and where the Hoosiers play next, and a high seed could mean an easier first round of games.
The conference tournament in Indianapolis could produce an in-state showdown between old men's basketball rivals Indiana and Purdue.
An Indianapolis team is using a blunt marketing strategy to win over St. Louis Rams fans.
The university says it recruited Mandarin-speaking student broadcasters and will train them through the Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology.