Patients from around the country have filed 100 lawsuits against Bloomington-based Cook, alleging that some of its blood-clot filters have broken apart, moved or poked through the blood vessel where they are implanted.
Kim Brand and a business partner have launched a "maker space" startup focused on the education market, called 1st Maker Space. It targets students in formal and informal class settings, and 3D printers are just a part of its arsenal.
Indiana Democrats have sent the Republican Pence administration a formal request to release documents showing what the state got for its money when it hired a New York public relations firm to deal with any damage inflicted by the new Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
Two men who were convicted of securities fraud after stealing $13.1 million from Ball State University have surrendered homes and sports memorabilia purchased with the money, but school officials say they haven't received any restitution.
Owners of Indiana small businesses say a proposal by the Obama administration to give overtime pay to up to 5 million more people could force them to cut workers' hours or make changes to pay structures.
The shift comes more than a year after the school shut down four coal-fired boilers dating to the 1940s. That eliminated the school's annual burning of up to 36,000 tons of coal that released sulfur dioxide and other air pollutants.