The program currently includes 1,200 physicians—about 10 percent of all doctors in Indiana.
Central Indiana might be in line to tap hundreds of millions of dollars in federal grants and loan guarantees to energize
the rollout of plug-in electric cars and trucks. Both chambers of Congress are considering measures that would require the
Department of Energy to select up to 15 cities nationwide to participate in a national electric vehicle deployment program.
More than a dozen local companies have begun work on a three-year modernization of the Birch Bayh Federal Building and U.S.
Courthouse in the state's largest individual project funded by the federal stimulus.
Purchases of new homes in the United States fell in May to a record low as a federal tax credit expired, showing the market
dependent on government support.
The Indiana Municipal Power Agency will use funds through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to retrofit streetlights
in 20 communities that it serves.
The delay is pushing back the release of the second half of the $132 million in stimulus funds the state got for energy-saving
retrofits to homes of thousands of low-income residents.
The proposed sites include the Indianapolis Stamping plant on the west side and the former GM Delco Plant 5 in Kokomo.
Indiana has named its first coordinator for overseeing a $10.3 million effort to shift the state's hospitals and clinics
from paper medical records to electronic files.
Duke Energy has signed the agreement to formalize the $204 million in economic stimulus funds it will receive from the federal
government, the power provider said Thursday.
The city’s Department of Public Works plans a record $88 million in transportation improvements, including road, bridge
and sidewalk projects.
Indiana's Young Hoosiers Conservation Corps is accepting applications for about 2,000 summer jobs with the Departments
of Transportation and Natural Resources.
The Treasury Department says potential Indiana homeowners have only until May 1 to take advantage of the First Time Homebuyer
tax credit before it expires.
Indiana will receive more than $61 million in federal stimulus money to help the state's lowest-achieving schools improve
Indiana Health Information Technology Inc. will use the money to electronically link the medical records of Indiana's
five health information exchanges.