Riding high on the back of his No. 1 country single “Last Night” and a couple of rising hits, Wallen has extended his current “One Night at a Time” tour to include 10 dates in 2024.
The Greenwood Parks & Recreation Department plans to add an additional 120 parking spots at Freedom Park to accommodate pickleball and aquatic center visitors.
A polarizing figure, the former Indiana representative attracted controversy for his graphic protests of abortion and for statements he made about Catholics and Muslims.
The solar structures are designed to help generate power for the company and reduce its carbon footprint.
In a statement, UAW President Shawn Fain called the move “a shameful, barely-veiled threat by Ford to cut jobs” at a plant that’s not open yet.
The three-phased move is intended to create a dense grouping of professionals in the core of downtown and save taxpayer dollars, the city said Monday.
If history is any guide, there will be plenty of high-budget television ads from national and local insurance plans looking to boost their rolls. But the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is cracking down on misleading pitches.
Last year’s spike in inflation, to the highest level in four decades, was painful enough for American households. Yet the cure—much higher interest rates, to cool spending and hiring—was expected to bring even more pain.
A new state law allows the council to create an economic enhancement district board that could impose a fee on property owners in the Mile Square.
Railroad safety has become a key concern nationwide ever since a train carrying hazardous chemicals derailed and caught fire in East Palestine, Ohio, in February.
About 75 school districts statewide still had 50% or more of their allocations available at the end of August.
The 2024 season begins March 10 on the downtown streets of St. Petersburg, Florida, and ends Sept. 15 on Nashville’s downtown streets.
Businesses hear warnings that they need to take advantage of artificial intelligence or else drift into irrelevancy. But when cheerleaders say AI can make businesses more productive, what does that look like exactly?
The effort is part of a push to increase college-going in the state, which stagnated at 53% of high school graduates from the class of 2021, and was declining before the COVID-19 pandemic.
The writers walked off the job May 2 over issues including the size of staffs on shows, long-term payment for their work and the use of artificial intelligence in scripts.
The court declined to apply the state’s new statute, but found that Lutheran’s physician noncompete agreement was unenforceable, overbroad and unreasonable.
“I don’t believe any of us ever, in our wildest dreams, would think 38 years later there would still be a need to do Farm Aid,” singer John Mellencamp told IBJ about the concert that benefits independent farmers.
On Oct. 1, the U.S. government is set to shut down, unleashing real and wide-ranging financial hardship on American families, workers and businesses.
The 2023 annual summit, next Thursday and Friday, will serve as the launch for a yearlong series called “AI in the Legal Industry: An ISBA Series Presented by LexisNexis.”