A months-long investigation has resulted in Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill taking legal action against Charlestown-based Wildlife in Need.
There are six centers in Marion County and 15 across the state.
At least eight kids were inside, ages 8-23 years old.
Philadelphia-based delivery company, GoBrands Inc., is expanding its Indiana footprint to help you fulfill that late-night need for a snack, diapers, or even pet food.
The CNO Financial Indianapolis Monumental Marathon has the most participants in the city's history of 19,000 runners this year.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture released the proposed federal regulations Thursday, which launches a 60-day comment period.
The state agency says that growth makes it one of the strongest performing employment sectors in the state during that period.
The state of Indiana is offering a new strategy to help rural areas attract economic development to their communities: agriculture. And while agribusiness and farming are not new business concepts, they are often overlooked as being an asset.
Finding skilled workers is such a problem in Indiana, many companies are choosing to leave jobs unfilled. That’s one of the findings of the 12th annual employer workforce survey from the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and its Institute for Workforce Excellence.
An online survey and public meetings have been seeking input.