Thirty-five-year-old William M. Brown Jr. died in April when a 10-foot-long limestone slab fell and killed him as it was being lifted above an interior doorway at IU's Swain Hall.
President Trump's latest plan is to consider slapping tariffs on imported autos and auto parts—a move he says would aid American workers but that could inflate car prices and make U.S. manufacturers less competitive.
The move represents the latest action by Trump's EPA to boost the struggling coal industry by rolling back environmental and public health rules enacted under his predecessor.
Kentucky Republican Gov. Matt Bevin's administration wants Taft Stettinius & Hollister to continue with its investigation into his Democratic predecessor's administration.
Noblesville Schools announced Tuesday that it wants to expand its operating referendum on the Nov. 6 ballot. The hike would bring in an additional $50 million over eight years while doubling taxes under the current referendum.
Lucas Oil Products founder Forrest Lucas told IBJ last year that he and his wife planned to continue hosting events on their estate even though Carmel zoning officials denied the Lucases' request for a variance that would allow large events at the property.
The company's $1.7 billion purchase of Indianapolis-based Centaur Gaming and its Hoosier Park and Indiana Grand horse racing casinos was earlier approved by the Indiana Gaming Commission.
In his semi-annual testimony to Congress on Tuesday, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell gave lawmakers an upbeat assessment of the economy.
Amazon's website ran into some early snags Monday on its much-hyped 36-hour Prime Day promotion, a possible embarrassment for the tech company on the shopping holiday it created.
Donald Trump's comments in Russia drew a quick formal statement—almost a rebuttal—from his director of national Intelligence, Dan Coats, the former U.S. senator and congressman from Indiana.
An Indiana city that hosts an annual festival built around a popular Polish delicacy has reached a settlement in its trademark dispute with a newer festival in Pennsylvania.
Two former divers are suing Indianapolis-based USA Diving, accusing the national governing body of ignoring or obstructing inquiries into allegations that a coach sexually abused them when they were young athletes.
The Indianapolis Airport Authority announced that the work was completed at Indianapolis Metropolitan Airport in Fishers ahead of schedule.
Lawyers for Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill have filed court papers challenging the appointment of a special prosecutor to investigate whether he drunkenly groped a lawmaker and three legislative staffers.
Purdue said an employee with the school's Division of Financial Aid inadvertently sent one prospective student's parent a list of data on thousands of applicants, including names, birthdays, and Social Security numbers.
Indiana's sales and income taxes grew during fiscal year 2018, but corporate tax revenue was $318 million less than the previous year and $100 million less than projected.
The collapse of Kiel Bros. Oil Co. in 2004 was widely publicized. Less known is that the state of Indiana—and Kentucky and Illinois—are still on the hook for millions of dollars to clean up more than 85 contaminated sites.
In an interview Thursday, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell gave an upbeat assessment of the economy, noting that unemployment is at its lowest point in nearly two decades and inflation is rising toward the Fed's optimal range.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is suing Navient Solutions, but says the Education Department is impeding the lawsuit. Navient has hundreds of employees in the Indianapolis area.
Indianapolis isn't alone in dealing with a scooter invasion. Overnight in dozens of cities across the United States, the electric vehicles have arrived, often taking public officials by surprise.
A Republican staffer has come forward to publicly accuse Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill of touching her inappropriately at a party, the third woman to do so.
Experts say the pizza chain will need to retool its marketing strategy so it's not tied to one person.
BP is working to install a naphtha hydrotreater at the refinery to meet a new U.S. Environmental Protection Agency mandate to make gas cleaner.
Consumer prices rose in June from a year earlier at the fastest pace since February 2012, lifted by more expensive gas, car insurance and higher rents.
Lawmakers went on record Wednesday to express their frustration with the Trump administration's growing use of tariffs as the Senate passed a nonbinding resolution designed to give Congress more say about trade penalties.