Manufacturing Readiness Grants launched last year as a pilot to stimulate private-sector investments in modernizing Indiana’s manufacturing sector.
Some Indiana House Republican incumbents could go head-to-head with their GOP colleagues next election cycle, based on shifts in the proposed redistricting maps.
Drafts of the state’s proposed new congressional and House district maps released Tuesday by Republicans aren’t likely to make a sizable changes in Indiana’s political landscape.
John Mutz has donated nearly $2.3 million in four years to kick-start and support research by the Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism’s Local News Initiative.
More than $2.8 million has been awarded to 34 companies across the state in the fourth round of Indiana’s Manufacturing Readiness Grant program, the state announced Thursday morning.
State Department of Workforce Development officials explain what the end of federal pandemic unemployment benefits means for Hoosiers.
Gov. Eric Holcomb and the Indiana National Guard on Wednesday released some details about the process of temporarily housing 5,000 Afghan refugees at Camp Atterbury.
The process starts Sept. 14, with the House Republicans’ unveiling of the Congressional and Indiana House district map drafts online. The proposed Senate district maps will post online Sept. 21.
Child care centers across the state are scrambling to find enough workers to meet demand and parents are struggling to find a child care provider with a vacancy.
The 10-story tower in northern Hamilton County is one of the largest soybean processing towers in the world, capable of processing three million bushels of soybeans annually, doubling Beck’s processing at the location.
Lawmakers heard more than two hours of testimony Wednesday at the Indiana Statehouse from citizens who spent most of their time asking for a fair redistricting process.
State lawmakers will convene at the Statehouse on Wednesday for a final hearing before drawing the new district maps.
Called the Indiana State Advantage, ISU said the initiative is intended to attract more students to the university, which has seen enrollment fall in recent years.
Carolene Mays-Medley is planning to depart as executive director this fall to pursue a career in inspirational public speaking.
Lesley Crane is expected to join the private sector, ending a 14-year career in public service. Her work included serving as former Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma’s chief of staff for five years.
The usual gerrymandering is expected this year as the Legislature embarks on the once-a-decade process of redistricting, though public scrutiny is expected to be much greater than in previous years.
State officials say no final decisions about a combined campus have been reached, but they are forging ahead for now with the prep work, including the search for as many as 120 acres to house the schools.