Super Bowl costs come in lower than expected
Super Bowl XLVI was great for the image of Indianapolis. But how much did it cost to get the image boost? For the first time since the big game, we have some
Local organization turns Super Bowl trash into crave-worthy accessories
A little shop on Virginia Avenue really knows how to turn trash into treasure. It's transforming signs left behind by Super Bowl XLVI into wallets, tote bags
Super Bowl Host Committee closing up
There may be a moving van or two downtown near Lucas Oil Stadium on Thursday morning. But fear not. It's not the Colts that are moving, but the last of the
AG sues Super Bowl rental companies
Two companies that offered to list people’s homes as rentals for the Super Bowl are now targets of a lawsuit filed by Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller.
Report: Indy banked with Super Bowl ads
Indianapolis has its first indication that efforts to entice out-of-towners to stay in the city the week before the Super Bowl, worked.
Super Bowl XLVI Committee wraps up work
One week ago, Indianapolis was basking in the glow of putting on one of the most successful Super Bowls ever. Seven days later, the group that made it happen
Crafter dismayed at sale of Super Scarves
If you spent much time in Super Bowl Village, chances are good you saw the Super Scarves, one of the special touches devised by the Super Bowl Host Committee.
State Health Department: Person with Measles Visited Huddle
State Health Officials say a person with measles not only visited the Super Bowl Village last Friday, but the person also spent time inside the Huddle.
2.1 million viewers watched live stream of Super Bowl online
That's a small fraction of the record 111.3 million viewers that watched NBC's broadcast of the big game. But it was still enough to make it the most-watched
Super sale extended through Thursday
Those who missed out on the deep discounts on NFL merchandise at the NFL Shop at the Indianapolis Convention Center have a little longer to buy.
Code violations stack up for Super Bowl weekend
Code Enforcement officers in Indianapolis had a busy weekend. Officers handed out more than 112 tickets to violators included bars, national chains and even
Indianapolis Motor Speedway eyes zip line
After seening hundreds of people wait in line every day in Super Bowl Village for the chance to ride the zipline, Indianapolis Motor Speedway officials are
XLVI success goes beyond money
Indianapolis has been glowing with good reviews from Super Bowl XLVI. But was the 10-day event a money maker? That question is much more difficult to answer.
Giants lauded as Super Bowl champs in NYC parade
The New York Giants are celebrating their Super Bowl win with a ticker-tape parade in the Canyon of Heroes on Broadway, where the city has honored stars for
NYC parade record? 5,438 tons of paper in 1945
New York City Sanitation Commissioner John Doherty says he expect to see about 40 tons of paper showered on the New York Giants during their Super Bowl victory
Super Bowl scarves go for $100+ on eBay
Some of the thousands of blue and white scarves made for Super Bowl volunteers are now on sale on eBay.