The governor told Chamber of Commerce officials they should improve on the policies from the past eight years, particularly with infrastructure and education.
Anyone with a health-related degree, regardless of their level of education, was less likely to be left unemployed by the economic downturn.
Architect Burt Perdue says the family oriented adventure theme park will fill a tourism gap in Brown County.
The study from the IU Kelley School of Business shows the State Fairgrounds brought in a significant number of tax dollars to the state.
Kokomo still has a higher than average unemployment rate, but Goodnight says that number is on the decline.
The housing market and auto sales showed substantial growth last month.
New city government officials took office this weekend. Columbus, Greenwood, and Mitchell all have new mayors this week.
Funding for community services are hard to find, and the state recently cut funding to schools who administer after school programs.
The staff in the Coroner's office are contract employees, and most make less than minimum wage despite the fact that they require specialized training.
The budget hearings are scheduled to begin September 13th.