Tourism is having a growing impact on Columbus’ economy with more than $240 million spent last year alone.
The proposal would create a "No Solicitation Zone" which would ban panhandling of any kind in downtown Indianapolis.
The group bought the 600 acres of woodland in Brown County from a group of investors who have owned the land since the 1980s.
Governor Mitch Daniels says the Goose Pond investment will have environmental and economic benefits.
Mark Newman says the state's current information about tourists is mostly "anecdotal."
The visit is the latest in a series of biannual trips by the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce to other college towns.
Local architect Burt Perdue will present his plan for the site, which is he says will be an 'environmentally sustainable' facility.
A non-profit organization that preserves Indiana’s historic landmarks has added several new structures to its most endangered sites list this year.
Bloomington is designated as a Super Celebration Site for fans looking for a place to stay or visit during the week of the Super Bowl.
It has been tough to tell during the economic recovery what it looks like to create a job. But there may be an adventurous answer in Brown County.