The new Indiana GOP chair fielded questions about the 2023 municipal elections, Donald Trump’s endorsement of Mike Braun for governor and the party’s effort to recruit more diverse candidates.
Under the plea agreement, Sean Eberhart will pay restitution of $60,000, although it’s unclear if he’ll serve time in prison.
Elise Nieshalla, a real estate investor and president of the Indiana County Councils Association, will replace Tera Klutz, who is stepping down Thursday despite having more than three years left in her term.
The bright orange corn, which is derived from varieties that originated in South America and the Caribbean, is designed to be milled into cornmeal, grits and polenta, rather than eaten off the cob.
Twenty years after nearly being shuttered, U.S. Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division, has become a key player in the federal government’s strategy to outpace its foreign rivals in the booming microelectronics industry.
Consideration of a pipeline to pump massive amounts of water from Lafayette to the LEAP Innovation and Research District in Lebanon is revealing major gaps in Indiana’s water-rights laws, some stakeholders say.
Ingredion to pay $1.1M penalty, invest $7M to settle claims of Clean Air Act violations at Indianapolis plant
The maker of sweeteners and other food components will pay a civil penalty of $1.1 million and implement measures to reduce and offset emissions at a cost of nearly $7 million.
Members of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce laid out their agenda for the 2024 General Assembly during the business group’s annual legislative preview luncheon on Monday.
Wells, who was seen as the Indiana Democratic Party’s best chance at taking statewide office in 2022 as a candidate for secretary of state, now plans to run for attorney general in 2024.
The move comes as the Indiana Economic Development Corp. faces pushback for its exploration of a plan to pump massive sums of water from Wabash River aquifers for a high-tech manufacturing district in Boone County.
The move comes as the state explores the feasibility of pumping as much as 100 million gallons of water from Wabash River aquifers for a high-tech manufacturing park in Boone County.
The move comes as the Indiana Economic Development Corp. faces questions about its plan to tap the Wabash River aquifer and withdraw as much as 100 million gallons per day for an advanced manufacturing district in central Indiana.
Former state Rep. Sean Eberhart has agreed to plead guilty to a federal charge of conspiracy to commit fraud for a scheme in which he agreed to support legislation beneficial to a casino company in exchange for a lucrative job, federal prosecutors say.
Whitfield had about 52% of the vote with 78% of Marion County’s vote centers reporting. She will succeed Republican Mayor Steve Collier, who opted not to run for a third term.
Donald Trump Jr. and U.S. Rep. Jim Banks (R-Indiana)were joined by Michael Seifert, founder and CEO of PublicSq., a digital marketplace of businesses that support conservative causes.
Five years removed from a groping scandal that derailed his political ambitions, the former attorney general is working to rehabilitate his image as he revs up his campaign for the Republican nomination.
Early voting is underway for Indiana’s Nov. 7 municipal elections. Here’s a roundup of IBJ’s campaign coverage for Indianapolis and the northern suburbs to help you get ready to cast your vote.
Butler is partnering with a national not-for-profit to create a two-year college on its Indianapolis campus—an initiative it says will offer an affordable pathway for historically underserved students who want to pursue higher education.
The former president said Braun—an Indiana senator—is working hard to “support our law enforcement, secure our borders and stop the woke fascist mob trying to destroy our country.”