Companies that rely heavily on exports are more likely to feel the impacts of a global market slowdown.
Disaster loans are available to residents and businesses in 27 counties impacted by severe weather and storms this summer.
Indiana's unemployment rate also dropped to 4.7 percent in July.
Sen. Donnelly says the U.S. should exhaust every other option to stop Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.
The National Labor Relations Board declined to determine this week whether Northwestern University football players were employees and could unionize.
If approved, the federal aid would be used to repair roads and bridges and be used to reimburse local governments for debris cleanup and rescue operations.
Judge Lorenzo Arredondo has filed paperwork to form a campaign committee for attorney general.
John Dickerson hasn't been in politics, but he is a fresher face than the other Democratic candidate, former Rep. Baron Hill.
Sen. Karen Tallian's decision leaves John Gregg as the sole Democrat still in the race for governor.
Indiana's Lifeline Law has expanded to include more situations where students might need to call the police but fear getting in trouble for drinking.