The effect of last summer's drought on livestock around the state could be felt for several more years, says one economist.
The Leading Index for Indiana has been trending upward since last July but dropped slightly in both April and May.
Indiana Chamber of Commerce President Kevin Brinegar says improving the state’s workforce is Indiana’s biggest area of need.
From 2009 to 2012, the number of titles the state processed rose almost 9 percent.
The University of Indianapolis says too few people are enrolling in the programs because of Greece's recession.
The Bartholomew County Commissioners approved an ordinance Monday that cuts part-time employees' hours so the county is not required to pay for health care.
An early 20th century Columbus ice factory is scheduled for demolition, so the property on which it sits can be used as a parking lot.
Airport managers say they do not know if they will be required to have controlled towers for corporate jets or charter airliners to land.
The Dow hit a record high Tuesday, even though experts say investors have given up on the possibility that Congress and President Obama can compromise.
Scientists looked at how potential climate change scenarios could affect crop production, human health and the global economy, among other things.