The International Monetary Fund has upgraded its economic outlook for the United States in 2018 and foresees a strong year for the global economy as well. But its chief economist warns that a major trade conflict could change things.
Toledo, Ohio-based United Collection Bureau Inc. announced Tuesday that it expects to spend $2.4 million to lease, renovate and equip a 55,000-square-foot building where it will eventually employ more than 600 workers.
Allegiant, which opened a $40 million aircraft base at Indianapolis International Airport in February, experienced more than 100 serious mechanical incidents from January 2017 to October 2017, the TV news show reported.
The Commerce Department on Monday said retail sales rose 0.6 percent last month, the largest increase since November.
The site on Indianapolis' southwest side was the location of a retail battery sales store from about 1962 until 2008.
The Center for Ray Bradbury Studies, which is devoted to the study of the science fiction-fantasy author's works, won a $50,000 grant this month from the National Endowment for the Humanities to begin planning the giant archive's conservation.
Indiana's three Republican Senate candidates continue to voice support for President Donald Trump's trade brinkmanship with China, even as experts warn that a trade war could drive farmers into bankruptcy.
A notice posted on the Food & Drug Administration website says the eggs shipped to restaurants and grocery stores in nine states may be tainted with salmonella.
Indiana Democrats say a jump in new candidates on the May 8 primary ballot is a sign that they could cut into large Republican majorities in the Statehouse that have left them largely powerless.
Gov. Eric J. Holcomb on Friday named Indianapolis attorney Michael McMains to the position.
An Indiana lawmaker plans to reintroduce legislation that he says would protect the state's forests after seeing the outcome of a timber cut that removed more than 1,700 trees from a 300-acre state forest site.
The agency, pummeled for years by criticism from congressional Republicans and funding cuts, now must administer and enforce the most sweeping overhaul of the U.S. tax code in three decades.
Tony Stewart and the parents of Kevin Ward Jr. have agreed to settle a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family against the former NASCAR champion for his role in the death of their son.
J.R. Hildebrand will enter this year's Indianapolis 500 with Dreyer & Reinbold Racing and bumping will return to the event for the first time since 2015.
Senate candidate Todd Rokita likely violated ethics laws as Indiana's secretary of state by repeatedly accessing a Republican donor database from his government office, three former GOP officials say.
Purdue University said the tuition freeze and other steps have helped reduce student debt.
The order nullifies an ordinance that Hamilton County commissioners passed Feb. 12 and updated April 3. The ban largely targeting political and real estate signs along roads.
Federal Reserve officials signaled rising confidence last month that a strong economy will lift inflation closer to its 2 percent target and that they may accelerate the Fed's pace of interest rate hikes as a result.
After two days of congressional testimony, what seemed clear was how little Congress seems to know about Facebook, much less what to do about it.
Indianapolis-based USA Gymnastics is suing its insurance carriers, alleging that they haven't fully reimbursed it for defense costs incurred in lawsuits filed by victims of disgraced former sports doctor Larry Nassar.
The Wisconsin Republican cast the decision to end his 20-year career as a personal one, saying he did not want his children growing up with a "weekend dad."
Under fire Tuesday for the worst privacy debacle in his company's history, CEO Mark Zuckerberg apologized several times for Facebook failures and batted away often-aggressive questioning from lawmakers.
The 30 percent drop is likely due to a combination of a relatively non-competitive game and its airing on a cable network instead of CBS, which showed last year's game.
The order focuses on finding ways to strengthen existing work requirements and exploring new requirements for benefits such as food stamps, cash and housing assistance programs.
Insurance company Anthem Inc. has agreed to settle a federal lawsuit filed by Indiana parents who were denied coverage for therapy for their children with autism.