Looting and vandalism in cities across the country have dealt another blow to small businesses that were already reeling from the coronavirus outbreak.
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For the first few hours, voters at some sites did not experience the long waits or frustration that many voting-rights advocates feared, but turnout increased later in the day.
The Stadium Village Business Association, which represents more than 200 businesses south of downtown, decried the property damage caused by weekend riots and a “lack of leadership” from city officials.
The Indiana State Department of Health on Tuesday said 271,919 people have been tested so far, up from 265,896 in Monday’s report—an increase of 6,023.
The lot in the Herron-Morton Place Historic District was slated several years ago for a new gas station, drawing fierce opposition from nearby residents.
Voters are being asked to navigate curfews, health concerns and a sharp increase in mail balloting on Tuesday as elections take place from Maryland to Montana.
Even as companies recruit tens of thousands of people for larger vaccine studies this summer, scientists still are testing ferrets, monkeys and other animals behind the scenes in hopes of uncovering clues to some basic questions.
Many counties have drastically slashed their numbers of polling sites that will be open Tuesday, prompting worries about possible voter confusion and long lines for voters.
The numbers represent the first official national accounting of fatalities in the 15,000 nursing homes that receive Medicare and Medicaid funding. The tally, however, is incomplete.
Founded in 1996 and based in San Francisco, the Archive has defended its recent actions by saying that it operates like a traditional lending library, a not-for-profit entity providing free books.
The decision comes less than five hours after the mayor first announced he hired outside attorneys to pursue the lawsuit, a move he said the public has misconstrued.
Mayor Jim Brainard said other cities should should join Carmel’s suit, which has not been filed. “Those in power need to understand the far-reaching consequences of their actions,” he said.
The pandemic will hamper U.S. economic growth by reducing the amount of consumer spending and closing numerous businesses, the Congressional Budget Office said on Monday
Nearly 5,500 people have died from coronavirus complications in Michigan, fifth most in the country.
Voting results might not be finalized Tuesday night in some counties as election workers across the state face counting more than 10 times the number of mail-in ballots than they received in the 2016 primary.
Gov. Eric Holcomb’s remarks were made during a press conference Monday afternoon—the first time he has spoken publicly since protests started in Indianapolis and other areas of the state on Friday.
The nation’s largest Coca-Cola bottler is planning to merge its Anderson, Bloomington, Lafayette, Shelbyville and Speedway warehousing and distribution operations into a massive new Whitestown facility by next spring.
Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears announced Monday that he has declined to file charges against 41 “non-violent” protesters who were arrested on Friday and Saturday in downtown Indianapolis.
On Monday, Marion County entered Phase 3 of its COVID-19 reopening plan, which among other relaxed restrictions included allowing restaurants to serve patrons indoors, up to 50% of their dining-room capacity.