The Indiana Hemp Industries Association hosted four speakers who talked about the many obstacles preventing hemp from going mainstream in the state.
The forecast shows struggling national and worldwide economies are taking a toll on Indiana's economy.
The company says the layoffs are the result of a decline in demand for coal.
Jeffersonville, Ind. was one of 39 recipients of the US Department of Transportation's annual TIGER grants.
Best estimates from the state indicate Indiana’s water utilities need around $15 billion to improve their infrastructure.
The largest Fortune 500 company in southern Indiana announced Tuesday it was cutting jobs as a result of declining sales.
Sales are up more than 6 percent compared to last year and home prices are up, too.
As Illinois legislators continue to quarrel over the budget and delay lottery payments, the Hoosier Lottery is cashing in.
The new regulations cut costs for inmate phone calls by about half.
The state’s unemployment insurance trust fund ran out of money when the recession hit, forcing Indiana to take out the loan.