Another health insurance company says it's leaving the Affordable Care Act marketplace in Indiana for 2017, reducing competition and forcing more than 6,000 customers to switch to other coverage.
GOP vice presidential candidate Mike Pence got a haircut at a black-owned barbershop on Tuesday before a campaign stop at a mechanical construction company, where he assured a rowdy crowd that his running mate "gets it."
The candidates to become Indiana's next governor largely sided with rural interests during a forum Tuesday while discussing agriculture issues.
It will be Mike Pence's first public campaign event in Indiana since his pick as Donald Trump's running mate was ratified by the Republican National Convention on July 19.
Republican Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb, Democratic candidate John Gregg and Libertarian Rex Bell are all scheduled to take part in Tuesday forum in Brownsburg.
Borrowers whose mortgages were foreclosed upon between 2008 and 2012, with servicing abuses by HSBC, are eligible for part of the $470 million federal-state settlement with the lender.
General Motors officials are set to announce what is expected to be a major investment at an Indiana factory that will allow it to retain more than 1,400 jobs.
Task force co-chairman Sen. Luke Kenley says he wants all panel members to talk freely about possible options.
Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb's campaign says it will start running TV ads soon, and that it's been using phone banks, door-to-door efforts and social media to reach voters. Democrat John Gregg has been advertising aggressively.
Data from Indiana University's enrollment office show that this year's freshman class might not be the largest, but they could be the smartest.
Judge Steve Nation found that Dr. Larry Ley had met all of the standards for prescribing medicine for drug addiction after a bench trial in Hamilton County Superior Court.
The jobless rate dropped from 4.8 percent in June and 5 percent in May thanks to surging employment numbers, the Indiana Department of Workforce Development said Friday.
The Obama administration has failed to study as legally required the impact of requiring ethanol in gasoline, the Environmental Protection Agency inspector general said Thursday.
Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence has filed a personal financial disclosure form that shows his salary as Indiana governor is his main source of income.
Former President George W. Bush will stop in Indianapolis during a fundraising trip to the state next month for Republican U.S. Senate candidate Todd Young.
One day after retailer Home Depot reported record earnings that signaled an improving U.S. housing market, competitor Lowe's reported weak sales growth and cut its profit expectations for the year.
Lottery officials project a $281 million profit during the 2016 budget year that ended June 30 after record sales for scratch-off tickets and draw games because of large Powerball and Mega Millions jackpots.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio has ruled out campaigning for Donald Trump, but that decision apparently doesn't apply to Trump's running mate, Mike Pence.
The class-action lawsuit was filed Thursday in federal court in northern Ohio on behalf of all the ticket holders who lost out when the Aug. 7 game between the Indianapolis Colts and Green Bay Packers was canceled due to unsafe field conditions.
A group of Indiana lawmakers is looking at sexual misconduct in schools to see if legislation is needed in 2017 to help curb abuse.
State officials are continuing to finalize the route for the final leg of the Interstate 69 extension project in central Indiana while concerns remain over delays in completing work on another section.
Home Depot operates more than 2,250 stores, including four in Indianapolis and one each in Carmel, Noblesville, Greenwood and Greenfield.
U.S. factories cranked out more autos, machinery and chemicals in July. But even as And even as output ticks up, manufacturers aren't adding many jobs.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is the Trump campaign's happy warrior, delighting in telling cheering audiences that Donald Trump won't "tiptoe around" the rules of political correctness.
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Evan Bayh was granted a 56-day delay from disclosing personal financial information that all candidates for Congress must release.