Authors of a recent study from the Indiana Business Research Center say the reports shows more investment in job training would go a long way.
The museum is still working on final designs for the renovation, which includes the museum taking over the space currently used for the Fine Arts Library.
Bartholomew County may try the unusual tactic of a residential property tax deduction to ease tensions between large livestock farms and nearby residents.
The Paoli company will lay off 367 workers and close its furniture plant's doors by October 2017.
Indiana is one of a dozen states that received a near failing grade on an annual report that grades states' paid leave policies.
Indiana farmers are harvesting a record amount of soybeans, but those gains are being offset by lower than expected corn yields.
A coal company's plans for a new mine shaft in southwestern Indiana is facing opposition from nearby residents.
A steelworker was killed at U.S. Steel's Gary Works plant last Friday, making it the second death at the plant this year.
A letter from the Indiana Finance Authority said last month subcontractors were owed a total of $9 million.
UAW international president Dennis Williams says he hasn't always agreed with Evan Bayh, but this year, Bayh's pro-labor history sets him apart.