A man from Guatemala living illegally in the United States was sentenced Friday after pleading guilty to two counts of operating a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol content of 0.15 or more, causing death.
Investors are craving marijuana stocks as Canada prepares to legalize pot next month, leading to giant gains for Canada-based companies listed on U.S. exchanges.
Wall Street delivered another set of milestones Thursday as a wave of buying sent U.S. stocks solidly higher.
The office of Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced the plans Thursday in Milan during the governor's three-day economic development trip to Italy.
The United States and China haven't held high-level trade talks since June, raising doubts about whether a resolution can be reached anytime soon.
Renewable Energy Systems on Tuesday dropped its proposal for the Harvest Wind Energy project, which called for 150 to 225 wind turbines.
Colton Herta and Patricio O'Ward will move up to the IndyCar Series in 2019 as drivers for the newly formed Harding Steinbrenner Racing.
Northern Indiana Public Service Co. says it's considering retiring four of its five remaining coal-fired electricity-generating units within five years and the other within a decade.
Child neglect and abuse fatalities fell by nearly a quarter during its 2016 fiscal year, the Indiana Department of Child Services reported Wednesday.
Indiana's funding announced Wednesday by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services was among more than $1 billion awarded to all 50 states to combat opioid abuse.
Elk Grove, Illinois-based Wynright Corp. announced plans Tuesday for the 320,000-square-foot plant on 44 acres that will make material handling systems for the logistics industry.
The criticism of Mike Braun's performance reflects a sudden sense among the GOP that Senate contests in several states President Trump carried may be tougher than expected and that control of the Republican-led chamber could be at stake.
In the Senate, the issue of whether, when and if Christine Blasey Ford might testify against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has ignited a furor, especially among Democratic women.
The measure includes $675 billion for the Defense Department and boosts military pay by 2.6 percent, the largest pay raise in nine years.
The charges were made against Muncie's superintendent of sewer maintenance and engineering, and a businessman who owns a gun store and a flea market.
Indiana American Water, which provides water services to 1.3 million people in Indiana, has requested a nearly 17 percent rate increase.
Republicans on Monday abruptly called Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and the woman accusing him of sexual assault more than three decades ago to testify publicly next week.
A proposed fee increase on heavy-duty commercial vehicles that use the Indiana Toll Road was negotiated without legislative involvement and with considerable secrecy, according to some Indiana lawmakers.
Government officials are pledging to work closely, particularly on matters of trade, agriculture research and investment.
Indiana Sen. Joe Donnelly was among Democrats who said a planned vote should be postponed on President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee until Congress has time to review sexual misconduct allegations.
Maryland contends the power plants in Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia are violating the "good neighbor" provision of the Clean Air Act.
A major challenge will be training and re-training employees for a world in which the majority of workplace tasks in existence today will be performed by machines or algorithms.
The Corteva Agriscience spinoff, which includes the local operations of the former Dow AgroSciences unit, employs about 1,500 workers in Indianapolis.
The purchase of Time by Marc Benioff continues a trend of acquisitions of old-line media institutions by wealthy tech giants.
Of course, Indiana's improved ranking doesn't necessarily mean Hoosiers are slimming down, and could simply reflect that other states are getting worse.