Organizers hope to have a new location off the B-Line finalized by the end of the week.
The private company that's taken over the Hoosier Lottery's operation has ended some of the lottery's games before all the big-money prizes could be won.
A high-profile federal prosecutor who helped convict a former Illinois governor of corruption has been named the new director for the Securities and Exchange Commission's nine-state region based out of Chicago.
A federal document lists Purdue University research as a source for recommending a 24 percent tariff on imported steel, but the researchers are pushing back.
A manufacturing group based out of Jasper, Indiana is buying a 1.2 million square foot operations site in Orleans.
Apprenticeships are making a comeback in Indiana as several institutions apply new ideas to an ancient form of learning.
Total tax revenues are now about $68 million behind the state's budget plan in the current fiscal year.
The Last Mile program tries to reduce recidivism and train women for a career path where they’re under-represented.
State leaders are focused on ensuring Indiana has a workforce capable of meeting the state’s job needs for the next few decades.
The owners of Switchyard Brewing say they’ll open in the former Jake’s Nightclub on North Walnut by the end of next month.