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.
The Indianapolis-based NCAA stripped the University of Louisville of the title as part of sanctions for violations discovered during an escort scandal investigation.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services on Tuesday announced steep funding cuts for sign-up assistance through state-based programs called "navigators."
A federal appeals court says Indianapolis doesn't have to pay the legal fees of a police officer who successfully defended a lawsuit accusing him of negligence.
David Mazanowski, founder and former CEO of the Fishers-based landscaping firm Mainscape Inc., was the fifth and final person to be sentenced in the $19 million kickback scheme involving Indiana nursing homes.
Gov. Eric Holcomb's office announced Monday that all traditional public, charter and accredited non-public schools that want the devices for detecting weapons will be eligible for one device for every 250 students enrolled.
The two debates will be broadcast statewide with live streaming and will also be available nationwide via C-SPAN.
A favorite of the Republican legal establishment in Washington, D.C., Brett Kavanaugh, 53, is a former law clerk for retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy.
While plastic straws account for a small percentage of the waste that ends up in oceans, they've become a flashpoint for corporations that sell food and beverages.
Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill plans to address calls for him to resign amid allegations that he inappropriately touched a state lawmaker and several other women.
The Trump administration is freezing payments under an "Obamacare" program that protects insurers with sicker patients from financial losses, a move expected to add to premium increases next year.
The First Church of Cannabis filed the lawsuit on grounds that pot was considered a sacrament under Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
A southern Indiana tourist site is moving ahead with plans for an indoor performing arts center that local officials hope will lure visitors back to its once-thriving arts-and-music village.
The opening shots were fired when the Trump administration imposed a 25 percent tariff on $34 billion of imports from China, and Beijing promptly retaliated with duties on an equal amount of American products.
U.S. employers kept up a brisk hiring pace in June, and unemployment rose as more people began looking for a job.
A former coal lobbyist, Andrew Wheeler, will take over the agency as acting administrator on Monday, Trump said, Unlike Pruitt, Wheeler has a low-key approach, cultivated during decades of working in Washington.
The services sector, where most Americans are employed, has now expanded for 101 consecutive months, or more than eight years.