Caesars sought approval for the plan despite threats to cancel the project if the state did not waive a $50 million fee tied to its acquisition of racinos in Anderson and Shelbyville.
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.
Dissenters have raised concerns about property values in nearby upscale neighborhoods being hurt by additional traffic and calls to prayer disturbing the peace.
Gov. Eric Holcomb has signed two workforce development bills on Wednesday that he believes will help Indiana tackle its shortage of trained workers. He also made personnel changes in conjunction with the new law.
Tom Crean, who was fired by Indiana University a year ago, agreed to a reported six-year deal with the University of Georgia worth $19.2 million.
The Indiana General Assembly's annual session came to a chaotic close as lawmakers blew past their midnight deadline to adjourn with major bills still in play.
Indianapolis officials desperate for money to repair roads are considering whether they should try to collect income taxes from suburbanites who don't live in the city but who travel there for work.
The consumer electronics retailer is shutting down 250 small-format mobile phone stores in the United States, including two in the Indianapolis area.
The stores employ 11,000 associates in 18 states and operate under the banners Turkey Hill, Loaf ‘N Jug, Kwik Shop, Tom Thumb and Quik Stop.
The Indianapolis-based mall owner broke a record in 2017 in a metric for operational performance, but its CEO admitted to analysts on Wednesday that it needs to boost occupancy at its properties.
The bill that President Donald Trump signed Monday night to reopen the federal government included a two-year delay in implementing a tax on medical devices, bringing praise from Indiana-based Cook Group.
The Indianapolis Fire Department said no one was injured in the fire at the Just Add Water Boats winter storage facility, but every boat was destroyed.
The S&P 500 index finished the year with a gain of 19.4 percent, more than double its increase in 2016. The index notched 62 record highs this year.
Former American Senior Communities CEO James Burkhart and former Chief Operating Officer Daniel Benson have agreed to plea deals in a kickback scheme involving millions of dollars.
But it’s unclear whether some of the people prepaying will actually be able to claim the deduction, as the IRS has issued guidance that limits what qualifies.
The Noblesville-based Indiana Transportation Museum recently lost a court battle that would have allowed it to revive the annual Polar Bear Express from Fishers to Indianapolis. But the museum has found a new route for the holiday excursion.
A media group that owns more than a dozen newspapers in Indiana—including publications in Zionsville, Avon, Lebanon and Anderson—has announced it is merging with a company with dozens of TV and radio stations.
Vice President Mike Pence's press secretary is leaving the Trump administration to serve as an outside surrogate for the White House's political efforts.
Howard Caldwell, a fixture on Indianapolis television news for more than 35 years, died Monday.
The company said Wednesday that it wants to shift focus to its growing brands Old Navy and Athleta while jettisoning hundreds of stores under the Gap and Banana Republic flags.