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Topic - Anderson University
Work has started on a central Indiana city's annual community cleanup, a few weeks after it was in doubt because of budget troubles.
Marcus Spann was making his appointed rounds Monday, hopscotching between Anderson and Muncie in his DirecTV van. There were TV installation orders to fill.
The longtime president of Anderson University is stepping down from the office, although he didn't call it a retirement.
Walk around Colts training camp, and it's like taking a trip around the world.
Andrew Luck drew praise from his new coach, his new team owner and the usually reserved Tony Dungy after his first full-speed workout.
Jim Irsay is staying busy during the NFL lockout.
At 83, Carl Erskine is making the biggest comeback of his life.
Reigning MVP Peyton Manning is ready to get back to work.
Reggie Wayne ditched the flashy training camp entrance and sneaked in without saying a word.