The construction of the plant in southwestern Indiana is still on course following the resolution of a dispute with the Internal Revenue Service, the facility's developers said.
Apple on Monday announced a new streaming service, Apple TV Plus, which will house its original shows and movies and could compete with Netflix, Amazon and cable TV itself.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, the Senate Judiciary chairman who spent the weekend with President Donald Trump in Florida, said his committee will investigate the actions of the Justice Department in the Russia investigation.
Howard County Commissioner Paul Wyman, who helped bring the clinic to town, said VA bureaucrats have failed to properly serve veterans.
The Indiana Supreme Court is hearing the case of a woman who refused to unlock her cellphone for police in a stalking investigation.
Special counsel Robert Mueller's report brought a hearty claim of vindication from Trump but set the stage for new rounds of political and legal fighting.
The latest survey by National Association for Business Economics predicts a sharp slowdown in U.S. economic growth. Still, the NABE economists say they think a recession remains unlikely any time soon.
Colton Herta's win also delivered the first victory for Harding Steinbrenner Racing, where George Steinbrenner IV is the youngest co-owner in series history.
In a broadcast interview, Trump said without the Fed's rate hikes last year and moves to trim its bond holdings, the economy would have grown by more than 4 percent.
The trend likely will bring more extreme storms while also degrading water quality, worsening erosion and posing tougher challenges for farming, scientists reported Thursday.
Under the proposal, only the submission of a certified, amended birth certificate to the BMV could be used to complete a gender identity change on BMV-issued credentials.
The monetary policy body on Wednesday left its key interest rate unchanged and projected no rate hikes in 2019, reflecting a dimmer view of the economy as growth weakens in the United States and abroad.
The legislation would generally permit people who are exonerated to receive $50,000 for each year they were wrongfully incarcerated.
Expected to reshape the entertainment landscape, the blockbuster deal puts famous properties including "Cinderella," ''The Simpsons," ''Star Wars," the Pixar movies, the X-Men and the original Marvel cinematic universe all under one corporate roof.
No longer a professional racer but still one of the sport's best-known figures, Patrick will be a studio analyst on race day for the network's inaugural coverage in May.
The study also found a significant but shrinking gap in graduation rates between black and white men's players.
Beginning in 2021, the Indiana Department of Education will be led by a secretary of education.
The Indianapolis-based NCAA is preparing for its first basketball championships since the Supreme Court allowed legal sports betting to expand. Its board of governors will be considering new gambling policies at its next several meetings.
A private military preparatory school in northern Indiana will close after 135 years due to ongoing budget shortfalls and dwindling enrollment, officials said.
The state's highest court ruled that exemptions on annual rental property registration fees were unconstitutional.
Police departments in at least four states have raised concerns about an Indianapolis-based not-for-profit, alleging the group conducts fundraising scams targeting vulnerable people under the guise of raising money for law enforcement.
Businesses near the Grissom Air Reserve Base in north central Indiana already are gearing up for its air show later this year.
The message the Federal Reserve is poised to send when its latest policy meeting ends this week is a soothing one. It reflects an abrupt shift in tone since the start of the year.
New annual sales figures solidify Kentucky's reputation as a leader in the comeback of hemp, which was removed from the list of federally controlled substances in last year's federal farm bill.
The social media giant said it has found that 40 percent of Americans live in places where there weren't enough local news stories to support its new service.