The national unemployment rate fell one-tenth of a percent last month, though Indiana’s rate remains lower.
New metro-level jobs numbers indicate every metropolitan area in Indiana except Columbus saw unemployment go up.
The state’s jobless rate has still dropped roughly two percent in just two years.
Thousands of Hoosiers may lose their unemployment benefits under changes effective today.
Many analysts believe Indiana's economic recovery will be a slow one.
Local governments in Indiana would no longer be able to set their minimum wage higher than the state level
The state of Indiana is once again changing the way it calculates its economic forecasts.
Democrat Brad Ellsworth, Republican Dan Coates, and Libertarian Rebecca Sink-Burris participated in their first debate Monday on the IUPUI campus.