Ball State economist Michael Hicks forecasts the U.S. economy will grow by 2.2 percent in 2018.
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.
The legislature allocated enough money last year to fund two initiatives, but the governor chose three recipients.
The annual forecast is lower than in previous years, but this year’s predictions take into account the inherent trouble with forecasts.
How local officials plan to fill in the gaps for economic growth. Educators are seeking ways to get parents more involved.
The Indiana Economic Development Corporation study indicates strong, local leadership is key to improving the economics of "regional cities."
Indiana's GDP is expected to grow 2.2 percent next year, compared to between 1.9 percent and 2.1 for the U.S.
An outlook from the Indiana Business Research Center predicts Indiana's economy will grow slightly faster than the national average.
Advocates against Sunday sales say deregulation would hurt small liquor stores.
Pence says he wants the legislature to create what he calls ‘Indiana Work Councils’, which would create new curriculum for students not heading to college.