President Donald Trump is touting a new survey that shows record optimism among factory owners – a rosier picture than a similar Ind. survey painted last fall.
Indiana's Alcohol and Tobacco Commission approved a temporary hold on 367 renewals on Tuesday.
The report says Indiana women lose a combined total of nearly $16 billion each year.
Ricker’s can keep its two permits, but when those permits are up for renewal at year’s end, the rules will be different.
More than 34,220 Illinois residents moved to Indiana in 2015.
While people in the industry are hopeful the president’s executive order overturning many Obama-era regulations will help, it might not make a huge difference.
Fundraising efforts are halfway complete to replace the 126-year-old roof on one of Kokomo’s historic tourist attractions.
Indiana legislators are trying to close a loophole that's allowed a convenience store to sell cold beer, a right reserved for liquor stores and restaurants.
A convenience store’s recent use of a legal loophole drew the ire of liquor stores and legislative leaders.
Carrier is getting $5 million in tax credits to keep 1,069 total jobs in Indianapolis. Just above 700 of those were truly on the chopping block.