The new college's academic programs would include athletic training, nursing, speech pathology and psychology.
The Indiana Supreme Court is weighing arguments to decide if the state is liable for some of the damages faced by a rigging company in the 2011 state fair stage collapse that killed seven people.
The motion added to the mounting obstacles in the way of the controversial 47-mile tollway to link Indiana and Illinois south of Chicago.
Starting on Sept. 17, calls made within the 317 area will have to be placed using all 10 digits instead of just the final seven.
Rep. Ed Soliday, R-Valparaiso, said an outside investigation might be the only way to get answers about how the state bought $71 million in possibly defective asphalt.
The Yorktown Town Council voted 6-1 Monday against joining the commission for the propised $450 million Mounds Lake reservoir, a week after a similar rejection by the Daleville Town Council.
The leader of Indiana's Senate Democrats called Monday for new state laws extending driving privileges and in-state college tuition rates to people who are living in the U.S. illegally.
Macy's Inc. plans to hire about 85,000 seasonal workers ahead of the holidays, while other national retailers like Walmart and Kohl's aim around the 60,000 range.
Norfolk Southern Corp. has announced plans to cut the jobs by the end of the year at its Triple Crown Services subsidiary in Fort Wayne.
Notre Dame President John Jenkins plans to announce Monday that the university will spend $113 million on renewable energy sources, including a hydroelectric project, solar power and geothermal fields.
Marvin Sharp, an Indianapolis gymnastics coach and business owner who trained two members of the 2008 U.S. women's Olympics team, was found dead of an apparent suicide in his jail cell, where he was being held on charges of child pornography and molestation.
U.S. stocks fell sharply Friday on concern about the outlook for global growth, one day after the Federal Reserve decided to hold off raising interest rates.
Pharmaceutical industry members are likely to dislike the proposal, which would require them disclose how much they spend on research and development, production, and sales and marketing.
Eli Lilly shares soared Thursday after study results showed Jardiance sharply reduced chances of dying in diabetic patients at high risk of heart complications. The study prompted at least one analyst to predict the drug could bring in billions of dollars by the end of the decade.
The Federal Reserve on Thursday decided to keep U.S. interest rates at record lows in the face of threats from a weak global economy, persistently low inflation and unstable financial markets.
Will the Fed raise the benchmark short-term interest rate from a record low on Thursday afternoon? Economists remain unsure, though the consensus seems to have shifted against the likelihood of an increase.
Officials formally unveiled the proposed 2016 budget for Indianapolis police during a Wednesday night City-County Council committee meeting.
Indiana's Attorney General dealt a major blow to a proposal by state Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz that would spare schools from being penalized for low scores on this year's ISTEP exams.
Indianapolis-based American Senior Communities, which was raided by federal agents Tuesday, said it will fully comply with a government investigation.
The Ohio Supreme Court has delayed its decision that struck down the way Cleveland taxes visiting professional athletes while the city appeals. At issue are challenges by retired Colts center Jeff Saturday and former Bears linebacker Hunter Hillenmeyer.
A panel of Indiana lawmakers has rejected specialty group license plates for the Indianapolis Children's Choir and for Memorial Hospital of South Bend, saying the groups don't have statewide impact.
The company behind the Indiana Kitchen brand of bacon and other pork products plans to add more than 90 workers by the end of next year.
U.S. Rep. Todd Young, is attempting to take advantage of his early fundraising lead and the spectacle that is Donald Trump to gain an early advantage over rivals U.S. Rep. Marlin Stutzman and former state GOP chairman Eric Holcomb.
Indiana's second tax amnesty period in the past decade is under way, giving delinquent taxpayers a chance to pay their tax bills free of penalties, interest and collection fees.
A federal appeals court has blocked the use of a pesticide made by Indianapolis-based Dow AgroSciences over concerns about its effect on honey bees, which have mysteriously disappeared across the country in recent years.