Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard’s deputies are finally revealing the numbers behind the promise that Marion County can build a $1.7 billion criminal justice center without a tax increase. And they are a work in progress.
A state-funded feasibility study for creating a reservoir on the White River north of Indianapolis severely underestimates the cost of the project, according to a group of Ball State University professors who conducted a peer review of the study.
The plaintiffs—two paper companies and a local citizen—hope Marion Superior Judge Cynthia Ayers will halt the city's long-term contract with incinerator operator Covanta, which plans to build a new recycling facility on Harding Street.
I didn’t give the pour-over coffee trend serious thought until I stumbled into Hubbard and Cravens’ coffee bar on the ground floor of the Barnes and Thornburg building.
The Regional Cities initiative, an economic development proposal focused on Indiana’s struggling metropolitan areas, will come before the Senate with less than a quarter of the funding proposed by Gov. Mike Pence.
The White River State Park intends to buy part of the former General Motors stamping plant site and might build a concert venue there to replace The Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn.
An Indianapolis City-County Council committee approved a proposal Monday night calling for the city to issue $18.5 million in bonds to support the expansion of Angie's List Inc.'s east-side headquarters.
The odds the Indianapolis City-County Council will approve plans for a new criminal justice center this year are tanking fast.
The Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy Committee unanimously supported a bill requiring certain special-purpose properties to be assessed based on the cost of construction for the first seven years.
A bill that would provide state and local tax revenue for a new soccer stadium in downtown Indianapolis sailed through the House Ways and Means Committee Monday morning.
The Legislative Services Agency estimates a ticket tax at the proposed venue would generate no more than $519,000 a year for debt repayment.
Farms have a greater chance than homes of saving money with solar, according to a recent study by Purdue University energy economists.
Three powerful accidents in recent years highlight weaknesses in oversight of how natural gas providers maintain their largest pipelines, the National Transportation Safety Board reported.
The bill comes as assessors around the state worry that recent Indiana Board of Tax Review decisions in favor of Meijer and Kohl’s will force them to slash the value of big-box stores during the upcoming spring assessment cycle.