American Airlines said it will aggressively add back flights in July, while United Airlines also announced plans to add back flights, while taking a more cautious approach.
Indiana State Fair called off this year over pandemic concerns
Organizers said the event will be replaced with a modified State Fair 4-H Livestock Show featuring additional activities.Read More
Simon Property Group sues Gap Inc. over $65.9M in unpaid rent
Gap Inc. has more than 390 stores at Indianapolis-based Simon’s malls, including its namesake brand, Old Navy and Banana Republic.Read More
Colts to hold camp at own training facility instead of Grand Park
All 32 NFL teams have been told by Commissioner Roger Goodell to hold training camps at their home facilities this summer because of the COVID-19 pandemic.Read More
Eli Lilly begins human testing on potential COVID-19 treatment
Dr. Daniel Skovronsky, chief scientific officer and president of Lilly Research Laboratories, said Lilly has already started “large-scale manufacturing” of the potential treatment.Read More
The department said Thursday that the cumulative death toll in the state rose to 2,052, up from 2,032 the previous day—an increase of 20.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway officials said allowing spectators would be too difficult because of possible social distancing restrictions in place for the COVID-19 pandemic.
The diminishing pace suggests that the job market meltdown that was triggered by the coronavirus may have bottomed out, as more companies call at least some of their former employees back to work.
The legislation would give business owners more flexibility to use taxpayer subsidies for other costs and extend the lifespan of the program as the economy continues to struggle through record joblessness and a deep recession.
Indiana health leaders said they were working Wednesday to determine why a federal report found more coronavirus-related deaths among the state’s nursing home residents than state officials had tallied.
Nursing homes across the country have been hit particularly hard by COVID-19. In Indiana, 945 of the state’s more than 2,000 deaths have involved residents at the facilities.
The S&P 500 has surged nearly 40% since late March. The index is back above where it was on Feb. 26, one week after setting its record.
National Hot Rod Association drag racing plans to resume its season in July with back-to-back events at Lucas Oil Raceway.
AMC, the biggest movie theater chain in the U.S. and Europe, is seeking to tame its debt load by asking subordinated bondholders to accept cuts of about 50% from full face value on existing debt.
Illinois is planning to borrow $1.2 billion from the central bank for one-year to cope with revenue losses brought on by the economic shutdowns caused by the pandemic and the delay of its annual tax-filing deadline.
The Indiana State Department of Health on Wednesday said 277,815 people have been tested so far, up from 271,919 in Tuesday’s report—an increase of 5,896.
Organizers said public health concerns and financial resources were the main factors in canceling the 50-year-old event.
Tuesday’s release of the once-obscure company’s financial results for the February-April period provided a window into the astronomical growth that has turned it into a Wall Street star.
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 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.
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.
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.
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