The utility said Monday it has reached a settlement agreement with the Indiana Utility Consumer Counselor and some consumer groups on its new plan, which calls for updating and replacing aging substations, utility poles, power lines and transformers.
The top brass at Dow Chemical and DuPont will not go away empty handed after their companies merge and then split into three independent companies. The golden parachutes are spelled out in a new filing.
Under the deal, Franciscan was financially accountable for what it would spend on care for about 60,000 patients who had Anthem benefits provided by its employers or purchased individually. Would it work?
A former clinic director and 30-year faculty member at the IU School of Dentistry in Indianapolis who was fired last year after students complained he inappropriately touched them is suing to get his job back, saying he was denied a fair hearing.
With prices tumbling for scrap metal, used paper and old plastic bottles, recycling firms around Indiana are watching revenue drop. Most are working harder to find buyers that will pay a decent price for their truckloads of materials. Some are idling operations.
The Indiana Biosciences Research Institute, set up just three years ago, announced Wednesday morning that it has been awarded grants of $80 million from the Lilly Endowment and $20 million from the Eli Lilly and Co. Foundation.
A vote on a proposal to build a $500 million medical complex at Indianapolis International Airport has been delayed so the board can take another look at the plan. The delay was announced after an IBJ story raised questions about the track record of the executive behind the plan.
The top executive at an Indianapolis start-up that wants to build a $500 million medical complex at the Indianapolis International Airport launched a 200-location Dunkin' Donuts business that went bankrupt in 2009 and he filed for personal bankruptcy in 2013.
Indianapolis International Airport officials on Tuesday afternoon announced that a $500 million proposal to build a brain health complex was chosen as one of two winning bids for 428 acres of land at the airport.
A small utility cooperative’s plan aims to help spur development in unserved areas between Greenfield and Fortville.
Under pressure to meet stringent clean-air regulations, Indianapolis Power & Light Co. is converting the Harding Street plant to natural gas.
Facing a surge of retiring nurses and a growing number of patients, Indiana hospitals are scrambling to fill thousands of nursing positions, raising questions about whether they will be able to keep operations fully staffed.