450 Brewing North Co. in Columbus, Indiana is preparing for a fall beer festival.
An Indiana economic expert says the ban will have "more teeth" for steelmakers in Indiana.
Food deserts are areas where fresh food accounts for less than 10 percent of accessible and available food.
Nippon Steel's new Shelbyville factory will employ 70 people to make wiring for cars, joining an already large Japanese automotive sector in the state.
Orange County used to thrive as a furniture manufacturing hub, but the county's unemployment rate was the highest in the state in April, at 5.9 percent.
ArcelorMittal is introducing a new high-strength steel for cars as part of an effort to boost profits.
Cook Medical launched a program Friday that will provide educational opportunities for current employees as well as new employees.
The state’s gross domestic product rose 3 percent – with manufacturing and agriculture driving most of that increase.
The private sector has added jobs eight out of the 11 months since Indiana reached a new peak employment level last July.
The number of homes on the market dropped nearly 15 percent from April 2015 to April 2016, causing prices to soar and buyers to become frustrated.