Indiana economists predict slow job growth in 2011
Indiana University economists predicted Thursday that the state would see slow job growth and only a slight decline in its unemployment rate of more than 10
36 state unemployment offices to have armed guards
A state agency has decided to have armed security guards on hand at 36 unemployment offices around Indiana.
Indiana reports drop in September unemployment numbers
Unemployment dropped 0.1 percent to 10.1 percent in September the Indiana Department of Workforce announced Friday.
Home starts rise slightly
Home construction rose slightly last month on the strength of single-family homes, but the market was still too weak to propel growth in the battered industry.
Unemployment up despite adding new jobs
Despite adding 13,000 jobs in July, Indiana’s unemployment rate crept upward to 10.2 percent.
Mistakes on unemployment apps may lead to money delay
About 8,000 Hoosiers are getting letters in the mail regarding this last tier of benefits. First of all, it may be weeks before you get your benefits.
Hoosiers ready for cash to roll in
We continue our focus on the unemployment as we follow the money. Department of Workforce Development leaders told us that they've already paid more than $6
DWD Commissioner answers Hoosier concerns
We continue our focus on Indiana Unemployed by taking our camera inside a WorkOne office to talk to the commissioner of the Department of Workforce
Some Hoosiers can now apply for federal unemployment vouchers
Some Hoosiers can immediately begin to apply for federal unemployment vouchers, the Department of Workforce Development announced Wednesday.
Even highly educated struggle finding jobs
Department of Workforce Development leaders say it will be two weeks before the unemployed begin to get vouchers and back pay.
President signs bill restoring jobless benefits
President Obama has signed into law legislation to restore unemployment benefits to people who have been out of work for six months or more, ending a
Jobless Hoosiers breathe slight sigh of relief
24-Hour News 8 visited Shepard's Cupbard, a northeast side food pantry to talk with a few of the tens of thousands of Hoosiers depending so desperately on the
Jobless benefits bill would aid 80,000 Hoosiers
A bill advancing in Congress that would restore unemployment benefits for millions of Americans could help about 80,000 Indiana residents who have been out of
Senate approves more jobless payments
State unemployment agencies are gearing up to resume sending unemployment payments to millions of people as Congress moves to ship President Barack Obama a
Jobless program struggles to get benefits to Hoosiers
Hundreds of thousands of out-of-work Americans could soon have their unemployment benefits restored. And that's great news to places like Howard County where
Benefits extension clears Senate hurdle
Legislation to restore unemployment benefits to millions who have been out of work for more than six months broke free of Senate Republican delaying tactics on