Under the declaration announced Wednesday, low-interest emergency loans are available to all producers suffering losses in Clark, Fulton, Morgan, Owen, Rush, Shelby, White, and Whitley counties and affected contiguous counties.
The plant in Winchester, east of Muncie, has been the North America branch for Japanese manufacturer Marujun since 1999. The closing process will begin next month and finish late next year.
The Indiana-based seller of handbags surprised Wall Street with better-than-expected financial results for its fiscal second-quarter and boosted its earnings outlook for the year.
Labor costs fell at a 1.4-percent rate in the second quarter, indicating that wages are not rising even as unemployment declines.
A central Indiana sheriff is using a state grant to enlist other law enforcement agencies in patrolling alternate routes for traffic that has been rerouted from the closed northbound lanes of Interstate 65.
An attorney says Russell Taylor, 44, will plead guilty to child pornography charges, possibly as early as Tuesday.
August was a brutal month for investors. Fears about a slowdown in China's economy and concerns about when the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates pushed stocks sharply lower.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence's travels promoting Indiana as a business haven have been paid for by companies that donated more than $2.1 million to the state's economic development efforts.
Former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle is suing the former head of his Indianapolis-based charitable foundation for allegedly defaulting on a personal loan to buy an Indianapolis home.
The city has received two grants totaling $2.8 million to tear down 128 blighted properties. As of Friday, two properties had been torn down as part of the program.
When you get off Interstate 65 at a new Greenwood exit, don't expect to find truck stops, fast-food restaurants and multiple gas stations. Warehouses and apartments won't be allowed, either.
Scott Dixon overcame a 47-point deficit to win his fourth IndyCar championship by winning the season finale Sunday in Sonoma, California.
A former executive who was in charge of Subway's advertising says he wasn't aware of pitchman Jared Fogle's criminal sexual conduct with minors in 2008, contradicting the statement of a former franchisee.
The new leader of the Frisch's Restaurants chain wants to flex Big Boy's brand muscle with franchise expansion. The changes could mean more Big Boys in Indiana.
Food pantries and social service agencies across Indiana are bracing for the possibility that up to 50,000 people could lose food stamp benefits this fall unless they comply with a change in federal work and job training requirements.
About 30 percent more students are now attending Indiana State than in 2008, when enrollment had dropped to about 10,500.
U.S. consumers increased their spending by a moderate amount in July, while income growth was propelled by the largest jump in wages and salaries in eight months.
Former franchisee Cindy Mills said she expressed her concerns to a regional Subway contact in Florida in 2008 after Subway pitchman Jared Fogle began talking to her about paying for sex with minors.
In his first public comments since Indiana's most recent legal embarrassment, the frustrated coach apologized to fans and insisted his top priority between now and November's season opener will be getting the program righted.
The lawsuit filed Thursday in federal court in Indianapolis contends the law that took effect July 1 violates Indiana voters' First Amendment rights.
Indiana's highest court heard arguments Thursday on whether a police officer was wrongly denied a vanity license plate saying '0INK,' which state officials had deemed offensive.
Investors were in a buying mood again on Thursday, driving U.S. stocks higher for the second straight day as they took advantage of this month’s sell-off.
IndyCar owner David Letterman remains excited for Graham Rahal's prospects on Sunday, but his emotions are tempered by the loss of another driver.
The Indiana Department of Transportation hopes to secure the bridge and reopen the northbound lanes of Interstate 65 between Lebanon and Lafayette by mid-September.
NTN Driveshaft Inc. plans to spend about $140 million on building and equipping the factory where it will make velocity joints for the automotive industry.