INDIANAPOLIS | While he hasn't finalized any deals that will create jobs for Hoosiers in the near-term, Gov. Mike Pence is confident the relationships he's developed on his Japan trade mission will pay off for Indiana in the long run.
Gov. Mike Pence will say sayonara to Indiana next month when he embarks on his first overseas business trip as the state's chief executive.
INDIANAPOLIS | Ezekiel "Ziggy" Ansah knew nothing about the NFL when he was growing up. Now, he could be a first-round pick in April's draft.
VALPARAISO | Saturday night's concert at Valparaiso University will provide the more than 40 members of the Bach Collegium Japan with a welcome respite from watching news reports of their homeland.
When the earth first started to rumble, Lansing native Ryan Schaap didn't panic. Schaap, who teaches English in Japan and lives in the outskirts of northern Tokyo, decided to wait out Friday afternoon's 8.9-magnitude quake in his fourth-story apartment.
Damage wrought to Lansing native Ryan Schaap's apartment in Tokyo after Friday's earthquake.
Friday's quake caused damage to Lansing native Ryan Schaap's apartment in Tokyo.
Lansing native Ryan Schaap was living in Tokyo during Friday's massive earthquake. He is teaching English in Japan.
Lansing native Ryan Schaap waited in this town center during aftershocks of Friday's earthquake in Japan.
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