Legislation that would require health plans to pay out-of-network ambulance providers for transports at rates set by local units has passed the Indiana Senate.
A bill letting beer wholesalers cash in on lucrative liquor-based drinks would “expand their monopolistic advantage” and hike prices for consumers, argues a leading wine and liquor organization.
As the city of Indianapolis considers selling carbon credits to invest in carbon-reducing forestry projects, it may be able to turn some sizable local companies into customers.
Not-for-profit Act Indiana says 60 people associated with the organization were elected in last month’s primary-year elections for Democratic precinct committee positions. That’s more than one in five of the 291 precinct committeepeople elected.
Andy Nielsen is the first council hopeful to announce a candidacy for 2023’s elections. The race for the redrawn east-side district he’s running in has thinned out, with one council incumbent saying he doesn’t plan to seek reelection.
Al Carroll will be IndyHub’s next president and CEO, the organization announced Tuesday. The not-for-profit is a connector for young professional Indianapolis residents and newcomers.
2022 Innovation Issue: Growth of EVs has government, private companies scrambling to develop charging infrastructure
Indiana transportation and energy leaders, driven by millions of dollars in federal, state and private funding, are advancing a spate of new initiatives to bulk up the state’s electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
With electronic dance music pulsing against a neon-on-black backdrop, a “Young Professionals Coffee Rave” on Thursday kicked off Indiana’s inaugural Global Economic Summit for hundreds of visitors from across the United States and 30 other nations.
The Indiana Economic Development Corp. laid out a substantial incentive package to lure the joint venture, with tax credits and investments totaling at least $186 million.
Stellantis officials said the clean energy requirement was a critical part of the agreement to locate the operation in Indiana.
The companies said the investment could grow to $3.1 billion as Stellantis—formed last year with the merger of Fiat Chrysler and France’s PSA Peugeot—ramps up production of electric vehicles.
Hirschman is returning to her roots as a classically trained pianist as the development leader at the American Pianists Association.
Former Indiana Inspector General Cyndi Carrasco says that’s the kind of money she wants to become the first Republican to win a Marion County-wide race since then-Mayor Greg Ballard won re-election in 2011.
The new Central Indiana Regional Development Authority initially would include Anderson, Carmel, Fishers, Indianapolis, McCordsville, Noblesville, Westfield and Zionsville.
New York City-based Via Transportation Inc., which last year pulled out of the ride-hailing industry to focus on public transportation services, will lead the program.
The 13-member body approved by the Legislature in March is tasked with addressing Indiana’s affordable housing shortage.
The Marion County Democratic Party appears headed for significant change, with Mayor Joe Hogsett advocating for an end to pre-primary endorsements and some Black Democrats separately calling for the party’s current chair to resign immediately.
A five-way battle for the Democratic nomination for a new state Senate seat in Indianapolis drew some voters to the polls.
Marion County Democratic Party Chair Kate Sweeney Bell was headed toward victory Tuesday night in the primary race for county clerk, leading her non-slated primary opponent, former state Sen. Billie Breaux. Bell has said she would step down as party chair if she won.