The U.S. Department of Transportation announced Wednesday the grants are among $677 million in airport infrastructure grants the Federal Aviation Administration is awarding nationally.
Anne Donovan, who won national college basketball championships, Olympic gold medals and an WNBA title, was remembered as "a pioneer and icon in the women's game."
Comcast isn't likely the only mega-media bid in the works. There will probably be a rush to consolidate. Here's a look at some of the proposed combinations that could transform the media landscape and change how people get their entertainment.
The Trump administration's latest move against "Obamacare" could jeopardize legal protections on pre-existing medical conditions for millions of people with employer coverage, particularly workers in small businesses, say law and insurance experts.
College athletes will no longer need permission from their coach or school to transfer and receive financial aid from another school.
The Federal Reserve took note of a resilient U.S. economy Wednesday by raising its benchmark interest rate for the second time this year and signaling that it may step up its pace of rate increases.
The Trump Justice Department had sued to block the $85 billion merger, arguing that it would hurt competition in cable and satellite TV and jack up costs to consumers for streaming TV and movies.
The Federal Reserve is set Wednesday to modestly raise its key short-term interest rate for the second time this year. But attention will be focused on any hints the Fed might accelerate its hikes in the coming months.
Nearly 17 months after undergoing surgery on his injured right shoulder, Luck jogged onto the practice field Tuesday and started throwing in front of the public for the first time since October.
Employees and officials criticized the abrupt closure, which came without prior public notice and was announced to employees at 10 a.m. Tuesday.
A surging stock market and huge gifts from billionaires fueled a big increase in giving in 2017, according to the annual Giving USA report by the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at IUPUI.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb's newly revamped workforce training cabinet has received the green light from the U.S. Department of Labor.
The left-leaning group Common Cause argues Indiana's use of the interstate "crosscheck" system is "discriminatory."
Enrollment in teaching programs and those graduating with teaching degrees declined 37 percent from 2004 through 2014.
Police say the demonstrators, some in wheelchairs, were arrested Sunday for trespassing after receiving several warnings.
The delegates to the party's biennial state convention chose the existing plank in its party platform over one floated by Gov. Eric Holcomb's hand-picked party chairman that was intended to be more inclusive.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the fruit was distributed to numerous retailers in eight states, including Indiana. At least 30 people have been hospitalized.
The problem, which Facebook said it has fixed, is the latest privacy scandal for the world's largest social media company.
Andrew Luck did not work out with his teammates Thursday on the final day of offseason workouts and is not expected to begin throwing until after next week's three-day minicamp ends.
The company, which operates more than 28,000 stores in 77 countries, said inflation in product and operating costs prompted the increase.
Investor Warren Buffett and JP Morgan Chase's Jamie Dimon are encouraging public companies to stop predicting their quarterly earnings and focus on long-term goals.
The companies will collaborate based on GM's next-generation battery system, both sides said, mainly for the North American market.
Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma is the latest powerful GOP leader who doesn't want to change the state Republican Party's platform that favors "marriage between a man and a woman."
A northern Indiana college has won its long-running lawsuit seeking religious exemption from paying for employees' birth control under former President Barack Obama's health care law.
The former president of USA Gymnastics refused to answer questions Tuesday from a Senate subcommittee about how he handled allegations of sexual abuse by former team doctor Larry Nassar.