An organization in Southern Indiana has created a fund that would bypass the state when it comes to handing out money for regional economic development.
The study shows other states which adopted right-to-work would likely have grown their economies even without it.
Terre Haute’s mayor says he needs more facts before deciding whether to support Right to Work legislation favored by fellow Republicans at the Statehouse.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Jim Wallace has announced his economic plan.
Kokomo's economic rebound played a major role in being named the Indiana Chamber of Commerce's "Community of the Year".
The future of investment in Columbus may play a key role in deciding the city’s next mayor.
A move by a national comic book company to restart scores of its popular titles may have economic benefits for local retailers.
Despite Kokomo’s unemployment rate inching up a tenth of a percent in July, the city’s mayor says the number doesn’t tell the whole story.
The two candidates for Kokomo mayor differ slightly on a city councilman’s suggestion to reduce funding for The Greater Kokomo Economic Development Alliance.
12 businesses have either relocated, consolidated or come to Indiana without the state having to use incentives in 2011.