Marion County has now seen more than 12,000 cases during the pandemic, accounting for 23.5% of Indiana’s total.
Capital Improvement Board misses May revenue mark by nearly 70%
The CIB, which operates the Indiana Convention Center and Lucas Oil Stadium, on Friday said May income fell significantly short of both previous-year and budgeted totals because of the pandemic.Read More
JW reopens with new safety protocols, updated rooms
Guests who stay at the hotel will see a variety of changes, including plexiglass barriers at check-in counters and an increase to the amount of time allocated for room cleanings.Read More
Convention Center gets back in the game by hosting basketball tournament
The Nike Tournament of Champions, a 300-team girls basketball event, is expected to bring 9,000 people to Indianapolis through Sunday, injecting an estimated $8.9 million into the local economy.Read More
United Airlines sending layoff notices to nearly half of U.S. employees
The furloughs would include 15,000 flight attendants, 11,000 customer service and gate agents, 5,500 maintenance workers and 2,250 pilots.Read More
Gilead Sciences Inc. advanced after reporting its Remdesivir treatment cut COVID-19 mortality risk by 62%.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Friday said businesses must comply beginning Monday or risk losing their licenses. She pointed to “stalled” progress in suppressing the virus.
The church’s haul may have reached—or even exceeded—$3.5 billion, making a global religious institution with more than a billion followers among the biggest winners in the U.S. government’s pandemic relief efforts
The Federal Reserve said Friday that it purchased $1.3 billion in corporate bonds in late June as part of its effort to keep U.S. interest rates low and ensure large companies can borrow by selling bonds.
The Indiana State Department of Health on Friday reported 748 new cases, the largest one-day increase since May 6, when cases increased by 837.
Kitchen goods retailer Sur La Table says it has reached a “stalking horse” agreement with New York-based Fortress Investment Group for a possible sale.
The conference cited medical advice in making its decision and added ominously that the plan would be applied only “if the conference is able to participate in fall sports.”
With no statewide requirement in Indiana, districts are left to make the decision, then potentially write a policy and secure enough masks to outfit students and teachers.
In a change to its previous thinking, the World Health Organization noted Thursday that studies evaluating COVID-19 outbreaks in restaurants, choir practices and fitness classes suggest the virus might have been spread through airborne microdroplets.
Air travel numbers, that collapsed in the early stages of the coronavirus outbreak, are steadily climbing even as the virus is surging again: Nearly 2.7 million people traveled over the July Fourth holiday weekend.
Some economists have even warned that a so-called “double-dip” recession, in which the economy shrinks again after rebounding, could develop.
The Indiana State Department of Health on Thursday said 9.1% of those tested in Indiana have been positive for COVID-19.
Indiana saw initial unemployment claims plummet from numbers that were suspected of being inflated by fraud the previous week, according to figures released Thursday morning by the U.S. Department of Labor.
A national coalition of labor unions, along with racial and social justice organizations, plan to stage a mass full-day walkout from work this month in more than 25 cities.
The struggling retailer, which was sued last month by Simon Property Group for unpaid rent, plans to close a quarter of its stores.
Two Indianapolis-based law firms each were approved for PPP loans totaling between $5 million and $10 million.
Organizers cited “an abundance of caution” for canceling the event, which had been scheduled to run from July 31 to Sept. 7.
The latest numbers, reported Wednesday, show the United States surpassing 3 million cumulative COVID-19 cases since the beginning of the pandemic.