The U.S. Housing and Urban Development's "housing-first" approach has left homeless programs in Clark and Floyd counties with nearly $550,000 in cuts.
The summit will help connect veterans to jobs that align with their unique skills.
President Obama unveiled new rules last week that govern exempt positions for overtime pay, meaning more employees are eligible for overtime pay.
A major Northwest Indiana employer claims China broke the law to corner the international steel market.
Although research is still new, a growing number of scientists say there are environmental dangers that linger even after people put cigarettes out.
U.S. Steel asked the U.S. International Trade Commission for a total ban on Chinese steel imports, saying practices overseas have cost thousands of jobs.
The TPP is President Obama's big trade deal to reduce tariffs and open new markets with Pacific Rim countries.
The increase in the unemployment rate – while the state added 12,000 jobs at the same time – is explained by a surge in labor force participation.
A new study of 2015 census data from the Indiana Business Research Center say Indy-area communities dominate a list of the state’s fastest-growing places.
Eighty percent of all RVs sold are made in Elkhart, Indiana. And the industry needs more workers than it's been able to find.