The vaping industry is growing after a new state law eliminated a monopoly that was restricting manufacturers' ability to sell their products in the state.
The rate increase means customers will pay $3.73 per 1,000 gallons of water, up from $3.11.
The collapse just before noon Friday left a line of large pipes and support structures toppled outside a building.
A movie from “Superlative Films" and "Depth of Field” that was filmed last summer in the city known for architecture is winning awards and creating a buzz.
Airport officials now say they're looking for a professional construction management firm for the project.
The rate of food insecurity for two-year college students was found to be consistently higher than that of four-year college students.
Lawyers for the Whiting, Ind. Pierogi Fest in Indiana recently sent a letter demanding the Edwardsville Hometown Committee stop using the name or pay royalties.
The city will work with EmployIndy to provide up to $1,000 for each employee, as long as they can prove they are actively looking for a job.
A group of major Indiana players is joining forces to spur rural economic development across the state.
The utilities board commissioned the audit because of claims of money mismanagement. The audit is in, but the board is not releasing the findings to members.