Thousands of Hoosiers may lose their unemployment benefits under changes effective today.
Indiana’s higher education funding has been receiving big cuts over the past couple of years, and students are left with part of that burden.
The bill requires employers who contract with or receive grants from the state to verify their employees’ legal status.
The bill would ban local government employees from serving as their own boss, and it officials‘ ability to hire relatives.
Many Indiana-based employees and executives are reporting difficulty contacting parent companies in Japan.
Marc Lotter, spokesman for Mayor Greg Ballard says police patrols, snowplow drivers and pothole crews will not be cut back because of expensive gas prices.
Officials with Holiday World expect to handle a record number of job applications to fill 2,100 seasonal positions.
Thirty-nine people will lose their jobs when a Wabash Valley plant closes at the end of the year.
A press release says a recent internal study concluded that "Terre Haute's limited production capacity hindered the mill's long-term competitiveness."
Dina Kellams, Associate Archivist at the Office of University Archives and Record Management believes record should be kept for all IU employees.