BlueIndy plans to charge past its skeptics as its electric car-sharing program launches in Indianapolis Sept. 2, leaving behind the political consternation about whether Mayor Greg Ballard went rogue in green-lighting the program in the first place.
In the 1920s, Indianapolis was one of the most innovative cities in the nation. But after “the dark tragedy of the roaring twenties,” Indianapolis lost its edginess for decades and only recently has begun to regain it.
Frequent travelers who hope to avoid long security lines at the Indianapolis International Airport now can register on Saturdays for the U.S. Transportation Security Administration’s popular PreCheck program.
On Wednesday, U.S. District Court Judge Sarah Evans Barker ruled against Indianapolis-based Monarch Beverage Co., which claimed in a lawsuit that Indiana's restrictive alcohol distribution laws violate the U.S. Constitution.
New York City-based Vroom plans to lease the vacant 500,000-square-foot former Subaru of America building off Indianapolis Road to the west of Interstate 65. The company hopes to hire 220 employees by 2024.
The agency in a letter Friday to Fort Wayne-based Brooks Construction Co. gave the company one week to commit to returning the money or replacing three miles of the Hoosier Heartland Highway near Logansport that was completed in 2012.