The number of closures indicates that traditional retailers are struggling to respond to shoppers' increasing shift online even as they're working hard to reinvent their businesses.
On the campaign trail, Democratic presidential contender Pete Buttigieg blasts Vice President Mike Pence's cultural and religious conservatism. But as the mayor of Indiana's fourth largest city, his tone toward the state's Republican former governor was more muted.
The company said the operation will be the first of its kind in the United States and use plastics from curbside recycling pickup in Indiana and Illinois, and from manufacturing waste.
The vote came after the committee adopted a tax on the price of the vaping liquid, rather than a 4 cents per-milliliter tax that was backed by the House in February.
A new state budget plan would send some more money to Indiana schools but at a level short of what advocacy groups say is needed for meaningful teacher pay raises.
Small business owners, especially those who learned hard lessons from the Great Recession about overstaffing, are playing it safe.
School officials said they plan to invest in renovations and staffing at the only other International Business College campus, in Indianapolis. They said that campus is growing.
A top Indiana budget writer doesn't expect much of a state tax revenue boost if legislators approve proposals to legalize sports betting and allow new casinos in Gary and Terre Haute.
Federal agents on Tuesday broke up a billion-dollar Medicare scam that peddled unneeded orthopedic braces to hundreds of thousands of seniors.
Financial support from the LGBT community has helped South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg defy expectations by raking in more than $7 million in just over two months.
In four tournament games, Carsen Edwards averaged 34.8 points, with a range that seemed to have no bounds as he almost carried the Boilermakers to the Final Four.
The Indiana House voted 93-0 on Monday in favor of a bill allowing felony charges in cases of deception involving a medical procedure, device, drug or human reproductive material, such as sperm, eggs or embryos.
The Indiana House Ethics Committee said Monday that "reasonable cause does not exist to support the alleged violation" by Speaker Brian Bosma.
Gov. Eric Holcomb is set to become the first Indiana governor to deliver a spring commencement speech at Ball State University while in office.
U.S. Sen. Todd Young is co-sponsoring legislation that would expand a federal program that rewards nurses who work in underserved areas.
The historic Brown County town of Story includes 17.4 acres of property, a general store, an old grain mill, numerous barns, rental cabins and outbuildings.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources says the park northeast of Terre Haute was added to the national registry because of its cultural value to Indiana and its national history.
After resisting overtures from the school for nearly two decades, legendary basketball coach Bobby Knight returned Saturday to watch the Hoosiers' baseball game against Penn State from the press box.
Verma, a protege of Vice President Mike Pence and the architect of Indiana's Medicaid expansion, appears to have steered agency money to political allies in an effort to boost her reputation, prominent Democrats say.
The 2019 College Readiness Report shows that 63% of 2017 graduates went immediately to college, dropping from 64% in 2016 and 65% in 2015.
The employment figures reported Friday by the government suggest that February's anemic job growth figure was merely a temporary blip and that businesses are confident the economy remains on a firm footing.
The Indiana House Ethics Committee has hired an outside attorney to investigate allegations that House Speaker Brian Bosma used campaign funds to collect unflattering information about a former intern who claims she had a sexual encounter with him decades ago.
Romeo Langford says he will enter the NBA draft after playing just one season at Indiana University.
NCAA President Mark Emmert says a judge's recent ruling in a federal antitrust lawsuit again reinforced that college athletes should be treated as students.
Applications are a proxy for layoffs, so the drop to such a low number indicates that companies are cutting very few workers.