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.
The Hoosier State’s private sector rebounded from August job losses to add 6,600 jobs last month.
Indiana ranks third nationally in egg production, and preventing avian flu from reaching the state's birds is crucial.
Should brewers such as Upland Brewing Company be concerned about the possible merger of Anheuser-Busch InBev and SABMiller?
An Associated Press report says there could be a shortage of canned pumpkin after a large amount of rain hit the Midwest this summer.
A Greencastle entrepreneur is benefiting from a piece of ten year old economic development legislation meant for a northwest Indiana town.
The state recently transitioned to a new tax payment processing system, intended to provide more robust data security.
The resolution seeks a transition period before benefits would stop.