The latest turmoil emerged just a year before the critical 2020 presidential elections, when the NRA's ability to influence the outcome could decide the fate of some gun rights.
Crown Liquors eyeing Fountain Square for large, high-end store
The outpost near the heart of Fountain Square’s business district would be the second-largest of 19 stores in the chain. Two local groups have opposed it, and its hearing for a state liquor permit is set for next month.Read More
National Rifle Association insiders and longtime observers describe an organization at war with itself over a central question: Has it strayed too far from its original mission of gun safety and outdoor shooting sports and become too political?
The new Indiana Technology and Innovation Association includes more than 90 technology companies ranging from startups to major players like Salesforce and AT&T.
The Indiana Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday announced it would support the passage of a state law against bias crimes, marking the first time the organization has taken an official position on the issue.
The Agribusiness Council of Indiana has merged with the Indiana Seed Trade Association, the associations announced Wednesday.
WebLink, founded in 1996, will maintain operations in Indianapolis and operate as a subsidiary of MemberClicks.
Visit Indy officials don’t expect the sale to affect the 2021 CEDIA show in Indianapolis and say they are hopeful it won’t have an impact on the city’s bid to host the event in 2024.
A recently retired Indiana lawmaker who voted in favor of a controversial vaping bill has been hired as the executive director of the Vapor Association of Indiana.
The MIBOR Realtor Association on Thursday announced that Shelley Specchio will become CEO on Feb. 1, succeeding the retiring Steve Sullivan.
Matt Bell, a former state representative and chairman of the Indiana Gaming Commission, has been picked to lead the Casino Association of Indiana, succeeding longtime president Mike Smith.
The lawsuit asks the court to clarify 1970s-era rules that prevent borrowers from getting rid of education debt in bankruptcy, except in cases in which repaying it would constitute an “undue hardship.”
The chairman of the Federal Reserve is scheduled to speak at the Economic Club of Indiana’s Oct. 1 meeting, an event that should put Indianapolis in the national spotlight given the Fed’s recent and controversial decision to try to stimulate the economy.
Boom in elderly population and falling reimbursements expected to cause squeeze.
Design-build process is considered to be too costly.
Money and experience have flowed to a number of firms from Software Artistry executives.
Education reformers dramatically outspent opponents on lobbying, advertising and grass-roots campaigning during the past legislative session.