Indiana business, faith and law enforcement leaders gathered Wednesday evening in Indianapolis for the "Leading the Way on Immigration: Indiana" forum to discuss immigration in the Hoosier state.
Rent-to-own homes often target buyers who couldn’t otherwise qualify for a mortgage. Sellers hold onto the title of the home and collect payments. If the buyers fall behind, they can be evicted and lose their money.
The university appointed Marguerite Bolt to be Purdue Extension’s hemp specialist, with the task of educating interested parties.
The United States is a major importer of Chinese goods including luggage, clothing, electronics and many everyday products.
The genetically modified salmon will be grown in land-based tanks for 16 to 20 months, faster than freshwater raised salmon, before going to market.
Fair Oaks Farms released its own video response Wednesday pledging to improve protections for animals.
The facility is benefiting from the company’s push to make and sell more trucks, while other locations across North America have been shut down.
In a recent survey conducted by the organization of about 450 farmers from around the state, 72 percent said the effects of U.S. trade policies were putting their farm operations at risk.
Cummins executives made the announcement Thursday at an Indianapolis Motor Speedway event celebrating the Columbus-based company's 100th anniversary with Gov. Eric Holcomb and other officials.
The Indiana Chamber of Commerce says the state exports more than $1 billion in goods to China annually and the damage to Indiana businesses from higher tariffs could be “devastating.”