The law would allow the city to levy fines of up to $500 for every day a denial of service took place against a member of the LGBT community.
Coworks have proven especially appealing to young professionals, and some hope they will prevent remote workers from moving out of smaller communities.
A former assistant jail commander is suing the Vigo County Sheriff’s Office over his firing; a digital marketing company has selected Indy for its headquarters.
Glenda Ritz's campaign for governor is facing another formal complaint; Purdue President Mitch Daniels has been named to a national budget advisory group.
Anthem is reporting a net income over $100 million higher than this time last year; Gov. Pence is set to announce a new appointment today at the Statehouse.
Former Indiana First Lady Susan Bayh underwent surgery to remove a benign brain tumor; teen unemployment is falling slightly. Read more in our morning roundup.
A coalition will hold a rally today on the Indianapolis Retail Workers Bill of Rights; Gen Con returns to the Indiana Convention Center this week.
The state is ramping up efforts to target sex trafficking; USS Indianapolis survivors are getting together for a reunion. Read more in our morning roundup.
Under the deal, Anthem would cover about 53 million patients, becoming the country’s largest health insurer by enrollment.
The season's first case of mosquitoes carrying West Nile Virus has been confirmed; brick and mortar banks are dying at a rate of about 500 a year nationwide.