Missouri voters delivered a resounding victory to unions Tuesday, rejecting a right-to-work law that had been passed by Republican state officials but placed on hold after organized labor petitioned for a referendum.
Congress is considering a sweeping tally of proposals that could affect travelers, from dictating seat size and legroom to rolling back rules that require airlines to advertise the full price of a ticket.
Legislators again are considering allowing farmers to grow industrial hemp, after an effort to legalize the product died in the General Assembly earlier this year.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the National Shooting Sports Foundation announced the reward following the break-in late Sunday or early Monday at KS & E Sports at 8756 Pendleton Pike in Lawrence.
The NCAA violations will leave the Tar Heels with little depth during much of the football season's opening month.
Cars and trucks with electronic driver assist systems may not see stopped vehicles and could even steer you into a crash if you're not paying attention, an insurance industry group warns.
Brian France is a third-generation leader of NASCAR. His late grandfather Bill France Sr. founded the company in 1948.
Insurance companies say it will take time to design new plans and get approval from state regulators.
A southern Indiana city's bike-share program has cut its expenses and is weighing other changes in hopes of reversing its falling ridership.
The American Medical Association recently called on regulators to monitor competition among the three drugmakers who control the market—Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly and Co., Denmark-based Novo Nordisk and Paris-based Sanofi.
Houston-based alternative energy company EDP Renewables North America announced Thursday that it plans to build 50 new turbines that will help power Facebook's Midwest data center.
The slip in hiring last month may be temporary. Consumers are spending freely and businesses are stepping up their investment in buildings and equipment, accelerating growth.
Organizers are hoping for a repeat of last year's string of dry, sunny days that helped boost attendance to nearly 907,000 people.
The administration also served notice that it wants to revoke states' long-standing authority to set their own, stricter mileage standards.
The emergency manager who oversees the financially struggling Gary school district put 33 closed schools up for sale, but only one property received interest.
Among the closures will be the store in Circle Centre in downtown Indianapolis—an original tenant in the mall when it opened in 1995. The only other Brookstone store in Indiana is at Indianapolis International Airport.
The state will likely see heavier rainfall patterns, earlier springs and hotter summers in the decades ahead, the report said.
In a brief policy statement, the Federal Reserve noted a strengthening labor market, economic activity growing at "a strong rate," and inflation that's reached the central bank's target of 2 percent annual gains.
Wells Fargo is one of the last remaining big banks to settle charges related to its role in the subprime mortgage crisis.
Kroger, the biggest grocery chain in the country, said it will "quickly" expand the service to other markets over the next few months.
The Trump administration on Wednesday cleared the way for insurers to sell short-term health plans as a bargain alternative to pricey Obamacare policies for people struggling with high premiums.
The Agriculture Department's Food Safety and Inspection Service said lettuce in the products, distributed by Indianapolis-based Caito Foods LLC, might be contaminated with cyclospora. The parasite causes intestinal illness.
The federal lawsuit was filed Tuesday by members of an Indiana family who lost nine relatives when a tourist boat sank this month in Missouri.
Indiana American Water, which serves about 1.3 million people, estimates it will replace all lead service lines by no later than 2042 and possibly as soon as 2028.
Meanwhile, a key gauge of inflation increased at an annual pace of 2.2 percent for a second straight month—the strongest back-to-back gains in six years.