The prices for nine of the 12 gifts listed in the holiday carol stayed the same or became cheaper this year, according to the 33rd annual PNC Wealth Management Christmas Price Index released Thursday.
Several of the 11 judges at the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals signaled they are ready to enter what would be a historic ruling broadening the scope the 52-year-old landmark law.
The Federal Reserve reports that the U.S. economy grew at a modest rate this fall, with solid gains in consumer spending helping offset lingering weakness in exports.
Toyota Material Handling USA Inc. said it plans to add up to 71 workers by the end of 2019 at its facility in Columbus.
A prosecutor says two brothers accused of conspiring to fix lottery games in five states planted software on a lottery computer in Indiana that would have enabled them to fix more games.
The House Ethics panel said it is continuing an official investigation into Indiana Rep. Marlin Stutzman.
The educator-dominated panel voted 21-2 in favor of recommendations to state legislators that include moving the testing period from its current March and April times into a single time span in May.
The $6.3 billion bill would let the Food and Drug Administration approve drugs and medical devices more quickly and bolster federal mental health programs.
According to First Data, almost 25 percent of the holiday dollars spent over the two-day period came from e-commerce, up from 18 percent last year and nearly 16 percent in 2014.
A key aide to Vice President-elect Mike Pence removed himself from the U.S. government's rolls of federal lobbyists and canceled a lucrative lobbying contract days before Donald Trump's team announced it will ban lobbyists from taking jobs with the administration.
Indiana officials are considering whether schools should be spared for a second year from penalties based on poor student scores on the state's ISTEP standardized test.
The Monday after Thanksgiving is traditionally the busiest online shopping day, but stores are releasing internet deals earlier, stretching them through the week, as well as making them available in stores.
During the trip, Holcomb will meet with government officials in London as well as potential investors in Indiana's top business sectors, including advanced manufacturing.
Weekend shoppers picked up hot toys, TVs and new Apple products, buying both online and in stores, but spent less per person because of rampant discounting that they've come to demand.
County staffers have worked many hours of overtime restoring links between the computer software and county files that were broken in the hacking attack on Nov. 4.
A majority of single-parent households in America could pay more in taxes under president-elect Donald Trump's proposals, while the richest 1 percent could see a 13.5 percent decrease in taxes.
Coach Brian Kelly said in a postgame news conference Saturday that "Absolutely. I'll be back." Hours later, Yahoo Sports reported that Kelly had reached out to explore options outside Notre Dame.
United Steelworkers Local 1999 president Chuck Jones said Friday that he doesn't want the plant's workers to get their hopes up, but said "some hope is better than none at all."
The company, which has announced plans to move 1,400 jobs from Indianapolis to Mexico by 2019, confirmed Thursday it has had discussions with president-elect Donald Trump's incoming administration.
According to the new federal figures, Indiana had the second biggest surge in foster children after Georgia, rising by 37 percent from 2013 to 2015.
Noe Escamilla sued Indianapolis-based construction company Shiel Sexton for lost future wages after he slipped on ice in 2010 and severely injured his back while helping lift a heavy masonry capstone. The company said the man used fraud to land the job.
At Tuesday's Organization Day, Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma called for lawmakers to move past a "rough" campaign season and refocus on the priorities of state government when the Legislature convenes in early January.
A federal court on Tuesday blocked implementation of a rule imposed by President Barack Obama's administration that would have made an estimated 4 million more higher-earning workers across the country eligible for overtime pay.
The school on Tuesday ripped the Indianapolis-based NCAA for its decision to vacate the wins and immediately said it would appeal. It marked the fourth time in history the NCAA has cited Notre Dame for a major rules violation.
Lawyers for Indiana Governor and Republican Vice President-elect Mike Pence argued in court Monday that the state's judicial branch has no authority to require him to comply with Indiana's public records law.