Solar Speaks: Tile roof install advice from Quick Mount PV
In this Solar Speaks episode, we chat with Jeff Spies at Quick Mount PV about solar installations on tile roofs, including when solar installers sho
How to install solar power and save
How a growing timber business revived a forest
A tiny town in Ecuador was in rough shape until residents and environmentalists came up with a successful business plan.
Main Event Entertainment moving into former Latitude 360 location
A new entertainment venue is poised to open soon in the former home of Latitude 360 on the north side.
Why is corporate America picking wind power over solar?
Google, Microsoft, Dow Chemical and other big companies are buying five times more wind than solar electricity in the race to hit ambitious emissions targets
SOLAR POWER: Tips for homeowners considering solar panel systems
With solar power growing as an option for homeowners, here’s some things to consider when shopping for a system.INSPECTION BASICSSolar power installation on a home is a permit project. Mike L…
Insider: One of state's top high school basketball rivalries just got bigger
The Top 10 Young Adult and Children's Books of 2017
Some of the most difficult issues facing us this past year — sexual harassment, police brutality and mental health — surfaced as themes in children’s...
How Solar Saves Businesses Money
When new opportunities arrive, successful businesses don’t fear embracing change. Solar energy is completely changing the way we power our day-to-day lives, including how we power our businesses. Understanding the opportunity that solar energy offers your business will put you in a better posi
2017 Gary Varvel Indianapolis 500 Poster
IndyStar cartoonist Gary Varvel’s one-of-a-kind poster features caricatures of every winning driver of the Indianapolis 500 -- from Ray Harroun, inaugural victor in 1911, to Alexander Rossi, who took the checkered flag in 2016. Varvel sets the drivers in Victory Lane, beneath the Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s iconic pagoda. The poster also highlights the evolution of the Indy car, including Wilbur Shaw’s 1939 Maserati roadster and A.J. Foyt’s 1967 rear-engine Coyote.