Milwaukee-based Rockwell Automation Inc. plans to consolidate distribution operations in Illinois and Tennessee into a new distribution center in Indianapolis, according to the company.
Officials say a project to remodel and remove asbestos from a central Indiana county government center is running more than $600,000 over budget and might not be finished on schedule.
Indiana lawmakers will be back at the Statehouse on Monday for a special session called to take action on a handful of bills that were left in limbo in March.
President Donald Trump's long-awaited plan to bring down drug prices, unveiled Friday, will mostly spare the pharmaceutical industry he previously accused of "getting away with murder" and instead focus on increasing private competition.
President Donald Trump is set to unveil his long-awaited plan for reducing drug prices after more than a year of bold promises to tackle pharmacy costs that are squeezing millions of Americans.
President Donald Trump used one of his signature rallies in northern Indiana to paint a rosy picture of his presidency, pointing to low unemployment, "booming" job growth and optimism under his watch.
Taking the reins as party leader, President Donald Trump is returning to his campaign roots with big-stage events allowing him to target vulnerable Senate Democrats and mobilize his most fervent supporters.
Hours after Indiana Republicans selected wealthy former state lawmaker Mike Braun as their Senate nominee, Democrats were hard at work using the harsh rhetoric from a nasty GOP primary race against him.
U.S. Rep. Andre Carson easily beat out four challengers in the Democratic primary and will face Republican Wayne Harmon in the November general election.
Liz Watson defeated civil rights lawyer Dan Canon and another candidate in Tuesday's primary for the 9th District congressional nomination. Incumbent Trey Hollingsworth defeated James Dean Alspach in the Republican primary.
Greg Pence has won the Republican primary for an Indiana congressional seat his younger brother, Vice President Mike Pence, once held for a dozen years.
There might be a political impact: Three of the top five soybean-exporting states—Iowa, Indiana and Nebraska—voted for President Donald Trump in 2016.
A Subaru plant in northwest Indiana has produced its first Subaru Ascent as part of an expansion that's added more than $140 million in equipment and 200 jobs to the plant.
An Indiana primary featuring a bitter Republican Senate race is providing optimism Tuesday for Democrats, who hope to recapture some energy after years of watching the red state trend further to the right.
U.S. employers advertised 6.6 million open jobs in March, the most on records dating back to December 2000, suggesting businesses want to boost staffs to meet strong demand.
The Knight Commission issued its proposals during its spring meeting Monday, roughly two weeks after the committee led by former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice issued recommendations to overhaul the NCAA.
The bill would further diminish local control of Gary and Muncie schools. The two districts have mismanaged finances for years.
Among those still waiting for Homeland Security to conduct a risk assessment is Indiana, one of four states with primaries on Tuesday.
Small business owners are a generally upbeat bunch, but their optimism may be leveling off because of the tight labor market and uncertainty about taxes.
The city of Bloomington is building a 58-acre park that officials hope will become a regional attraction.
The Indianapolis Colts owner bought what members call the "Big Book" at auction.
The project is scheduled to be largely completed by Aug. 31. The section will be the fifth of the planned Evansville-to-Indianapolis highway's six extensions.
The overall unemployment rate is now the lowest since December 2000. The rate for African-Americans—6.6 percent—is the lowest on record since 1972.
State officials said Thursday that they plan to fight Indiana's opioid crisis by increasing capacity of state-sponsored drug treatment, promoting a campaign on reducing the stigma surrounding drug addiction and treatment, and training more health care workers.
Campaign official Michael Glassner said the President Donald Trump will discuss tax cuts he signed into law late last year and highlight how Indiana families are benefiting from them at a May 10 event.