While fears that robots will replace human workers haven’t come to fruition, there are growing concerns that keeping up with the pace of the latest artificial intelligence technology is taking a toll on human workers’ health, safety and morale.
First-term Sen. Eddie Melton of Gary joined the Indiana governor’s race Tuesday night in Gary with an introduction from the state’s Republican schools chief.
Indiana will become the 12th state—and the first in the midst of major Midwest markets—with sports betting when a new state law takes effect Sunday.
New York-based OurBus began a two-month pilot service last month after Amtrak ended its passenger line between Chicago and Indianapolis.
Just a week after announcing its $1.4 billion acquisition of Gannett, GateHouse Media was again laying off journalists and other workers at its newspapers.
A teacher who was fired from his job at a Catholic high school because he's in a same-sex marriage is suing the Archdiocese of Indianapolis for interfering in his teaching contract.
Attorney General Curtis Hill is accused of touching the backs or buttocks of state lawmaker Mara Candelaria Reardon and three legislative staffers.
The safety piece will virtually cover the open-air cockpit with a clear screen on a titanium framework. Its purpose is to protect the driver from flying debris.
Eight burn victims, including one from Indianapolis, sued the maker of Pam cooking spray Tuesday, saying they were severely injured when cans of the spray exploded in their kitchens.
Indianapolis-based Lilly reported first quarter revenue of $5.09 billion, up 3% from a year ago but below analyst expectations of $5.2 billion. Sales of several of Lilly’s top drugs missed expectations.
The piano, made in the 1870s, was auctioned on the site GottaHaveRockandRoll.com, which said Lennon used it to compose songs for the "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" album.
An indoor performing arts center is set to open this summer in a southern Indiana tourist destination a decade after arson destroyed the county’s long-popular music venue.
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.
Former U.S. Sen. Birch Bayh, a towering figure in Indiana politics who authored two amendments to the U.S. Constitution and was the lead sponsor of the landmark 1972 law prohibiting gender discrimination in education, has died at age 91.
Mike Tirico, who has built a reputation for covering some of the biggest events in sports, will take on the Indy 500 for the very first time as TV coverage switches from ABC to NBC.
This would be the second bankruptcy for the children’s clothing retailer in less than two years, but the chances for survival look very slim.
The embattled Indianapolis-based organization filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition Wednesday as it attempts to reach settlements in the dozens of sex-abuse lawsuits it faces and to forestall its potential demise at the hands of the U.S. Olympic Committee.
Amazon is approaching its end-of-year deadline for deciding where it will locate the $5 billion campus, and two national newspapers reported over the weekend that an area in northern Virginia is far along in negotiations.
Special Prosecutor Dan Sigler said there was “insufficient evidence” of Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill’s “intent to touch the victims in a rude, insolent or angry manner to constitute a battery.”
Steve Penny has been arrested after a grand jury indicted him, alleging he tampered with evidence in the sexual assault investigation of now-imprisoned gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar.