Disappointing Colts’ season countered by inspiring results on the court, in the pool.
The Democratic state schools superintendent—frustrated by legislative action to strip her office of some powers—announced she’d run for governor. But after a lackluster start, she decided to seek a second term as the superintendent of public instruction instead.
The Indianapolis-based regional airline narrowly escaped a bankruptcy filing this fall when it finally reached a new three-year contract with its 2,100 pilots.
Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard defeated Republican challenger Rick Sharp with 62 percent of the vote, even though the race had been expected to be much closer. Also in the primary, Westfield Mayor Andy Cook held off GOP challenger Jeff Harpe with 61 percent of the vote, despite fielding criticism for the city’s spending on the Grand Park Sports Campus.
The former Subway pitchman pleaded guilty to one count each of traveling to engage in illicit sexual conduct with a minor and distribution and receipt of child pornography. A judge also ordered him to pay a $175,000 fine and required him to serve a lifetime of supervised release after his sentence.
The revamp is designed to help Indianapolis-based system save money in coming decades and to have facilities better suited to changes in health care that have sped up shifts in care from inpatient hospital facilities to outpatient facilities.
While the national backlash has died down, several grass-roots and business groups will advocate for LGBT protections in the state’s civil rights law at the Legislature in January
The Swedish home furnishings store—which won’t open for nearly two years—will be built on 35 acres along USA Parkway in the Exit Five Corporate Park, near the East 116th Street and Interstate 69 interchange.
CEO Bill Oesterle left Indianapolis-based Angie’s List so he could reengage in politics. The company hired former Best Buy executive Scott Durchslag in September to replace him.
The Pence administration expects the program—which uses federal Medicaid money to pay for a state-designed health insurance system—to eventually serve 520,000 participants.
The updates will include a wide-scale modernization of Rolls’ Tibbs Avenue jet-engine plant.
Dow and DuPont—both major players in the agricultural chemical industry—plan to integrate those units and spin them off as an independent, publicly traded company by 2018.
A deal that would have paid Paris-based WMB Heartland Justice Partners $1.6 billion over 35 years to build and operate a new courthouse and jail fell apart in the final months of Mayor Greg Ballard's administration.
Cincinnati-based Kroger announced it will spend $464 million to beef up its operations in Central Indiana, as competition in the region heats up from Fresh Market, Fresh Thyme Farmers Market, Trader Joe’s and Earth Fare, as well as the addition of several Wal-Mart Neighborhood Markets.
Through the end of the third quarter, Indiana firms landed $49 million in venture capital, just a hair under the figure for all of 2014.
The company’s local headcount is expected to grow from 1,400 to more than 2,000 in the next few years.