New alternative to kennels: Pet-sharing service
We're living in a new sharing society.
Why rumors of Facebook's $2.99 fee won't quit
Thousands of people have been expressing outrage over news that Facebook may soon charge a membership fee.
Why you are usually hosed if your gym closes
Health clubs have been consolidating at a rapid pace lately, with one gym buying another, then closing some of the poor performing locations.
Macy's earlier Black Friday: 6 p.m. Thanksgiving
John Matarese reports on the latest stores to move up Black Friday for 2014.
Ebola protective gear: Smart or waste of money?
Some people are snapping up protective gear, with the arrival of the Ebola virus in the United States.
What to buy and not buy during October
John Matarese shows some great deals many people overlook
Ed. board delays grades report until Nov.
Indiana schools will not receive their "A-F" school grades for at least another three weeks.
House GOP plans change in school funding, ethics
House Republicans plan to spend the 2015 session seeking changes in how the state funds its schools and rewriting their own ethics rules.
Ball State consolidating health programs, clinic
The Ball State University board of trustees has endorsed a plan to consolidate health science programs, clinics and labs into a new college.
IU adds statue of journalist Ernie Pyle
A statue of famed World War II correspondent Ernie Pyle has been installed at Indiana University.
Sec. of State pushes mock election
Secretary of State Connie Lawson is encouraging students, educators and parents to take part in a national mock election aimed at helping…
Parents upset over Colo. cafeteria noise rules
Parents in Aspen are upset after elementary school administrators put strict limits on noise in the cafeteria.