More than 3,500 federal and state lawsuits allege that the DuPont Co. Washington Works plant, near Parkersburg, West Virginia, had dumped perfluorooctanoic acid into the Ohio River.
An 11-year-old Indiana girl died in an all-terrain vehicle crash in 2015, and her mother has been pushing to change laws on helmets and safety education.
Alumni say they knew little about the college's dire financial standing before the board of trustees decided Feb. 3 to close for at least the 2017-18 school year.
Mayor Joe Hogsett on Sunday said Indianapolis welcomes all immigrants, refugees and marginalized people, but he stopped short of declaring the capital to be a sanctuary city.
Tying an expansion of Indiana's pre-school program to its more politically touchy voucher system has drawn criticism from House Democrats, pre-K advocates and even some Republicans.
The state audit says the department didn't have sufficient internal policies to ensure funds used for confidential drug buys were secure from loss.
The dilemma comes after Gov. Eric Holcomb said Thursday he would terminate a tentative deal to lease the state's cellphone towers for potentially $260 million over 50 years.
The Postal Service has lost money for 10 consecutive years. First-class mail volume is down as people rely more on email for online bill payments. But online shopping has led to record volume in its package-delivery business.
On Thursday, Indiana legislators will begin debating a proposed law that could eventually eliminate much of the financial benefit Indiana homeowners, businesses and even some churches currently reap harvesting the sun's rays.
Despite a bumpy holiday season and other issues, the largest retail trade group says it's still optimistic that sales will grow this year.
Even if the Legislature approves the new lottery tickets, it's uncertain when they could be sold. They're not specified in the existing contract with Gtech Indiana, which runs the Hoosier Lottery.
Dow Chemical Co. and DuPont Co. say they're willing to make more business divestments as a way to nudge European regulators who remain wary of their proposed merger.
Sutong China Tire Resources plans to have 20 to 40 workers at the site, where it will service the utility and recreational vehicle trailer industry.
Bourbon's economic potency is getting stronger with age, increasing its impact on Kentucky by $1 billion in the past two years as global demand for American whiskeys continues to grow. Indiana has its own growing whiskey business.
Northstar Lottery Group, which is accused of manipulating scratch-off games in Illinois, is a subsidiary of Gtech Corp., the parent of the company that manages the Hoosier Lottery.
CNO Financial Group Inc. saw a big increase in profit in the fourth quarter, but not enough to meet Wall Street expectations.
The U.S. Senate on Tuesday confirmed school choice advocate Betsy DeVos as education secretary by the narrowest of margins, with Vice President Mike Pence breaking a 50-50 tie in a historic vote.
Black legislative leaders say proposed changes to Marion County's judicial selection process would disenfranchise voters and limit diversity on the bench.
A trade association will soon adorn gas pumps across Indiana with ads opposing a Republican plan to use higher fuel taxes to pay for infrastructure repairs.
Allison Transmission Holdings Inc. on Monday topped analyst expectations for profit and revenue in the fourth quarter.
The state's first audit in three years of the Muncie city government's books has found some state-mandated procedures weren't followed.
Public health officials say the increase is a proactive approach toward reducing the smoking rate and would serve as a deterrent for young people to even begin.
The county's long-range transportation plan will include a feasibility study of commuter rail.
The Indianapolis-based NCAA has agreed to pay $208.7 million to settle a federal class-action lawsuit filed by former college athletes who claimed the value of their scholarships was illegally capped.
The Indiana Court of Appeals on Friday declined to take up an appeal from four cities, which had sought to dismiss the challenges from three conservative groups.