Gov. Eric Holcomb’s veto marks another pushback against fellow Republicans’ legislative efforts to weaken the powers of the governor or others during emergencies such as the pandemic.
First Person, founded in 1997 by Bryan Brenner, is expected to keep operations in Indianapolis. Under the deal, New York-based NFP Corp. will keep all 55 First Person employees.
The report seems to indicate that the worst of the COVID-19 crisis is over for the state’s largest hospital system, as surgeries and hospital admissions are climbing, and emergency visits are falling. However. the evolving nature of the pandemic makes the future hard to predict.
The huge investment by a foreign government is unprecedented for Indiana utilities, which typically raise capital through more traditional routes, such as selling debt through investment banks.
Markland leads the 15-person BCA Environmental Consultants LLC, which started in Elkhart in 1987 and now has offices in Indianapolis, South Bend, Louisville and Puerto Rico.
Speakers at the IBJ Life Sciences Power Panel on Friday said their organizations have largely weathered the lockdown—raising records funds, taking on huge expansions, hiring new employees and reporting higher productivity.
Indiana continues to lag most of the nation in the percentage of people who are fully vaccinated, despite high-profile efforts by the state to roll out mass vaccination clinics and offering same-day, walk-in or drive-in shots.
Shares of Eli Lilly and Co. dropped as much as 5% Tuesday morning after the Indianapolis-based drugmaker lowered guidance for full-year earnings.
Two of the largest health organizations in Indiana are pleading with Gov. Eric Holcomb to veto a bill they say would hamper the ability of local health officials to respond to emergencies.
Even though nearly 1.6 million Hoosiers are fully vaccinated, large risks remain as variants of the virus have begun to emerge.
Ryan Mears said he did not “red flag” the FedEx shooter because his family agreed to give up a shotgun and mental health professionals did not commit him to a psych ward or prescribe additional medication.
The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office has not said whether it sought to have Brandon Hole declared a dangerous person after a 2020 incident in which his mother told police he was suicidal. If a court had ruled he was dangerous, state law could have prevented him from buying another gun.
Mental health counselors say it’s important for workers in such situations get immediate and ongoing care to help them get through the trauma.
BCA Environmental Consultants LLC is one of many firms that helps local governments and businesses figure out how to clean up messes, commonly called “brownfields.”
Dr. Lindsay Weaver, chief medical officer for the state health department, said it was too early to say how long the pause would last, and whether it would cause a shortage or disruption in vaccines across Indiana.
The center, which is home to one of the medical school’s largest programs, will move from its current location at Senate Avenue and 15th Street to the IUPUI campus.
Fortune magazine reported that ticket prices are 145% higher than any other Final Four in history. Brokers say the prices would be even higher if a Midwestern team was in the final rounds.
While the state’s rollout of eligibility for the vaccine has come under some fire, many Hoosiers have begun planning for a summer and fall free from worry, ready to resume their normal lives.
Downtown crowds are thin this year amid a pandemic that’s putting a crimp in sales for pop-up businesses, which normally count on throngs of fans to attend games and stop in for souvenirs to or from the game.
The move comes as the state gets a larger allotment of doses from the federal government and seeks to expand vaccination sites beyond hospitals, pharmacies and health centers.