Indiana is among the top five states in the nation for doing business, according to annual rankings from Chief Executive magazine. The publication says Indiana moved up one spot from last year and ...
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Why Is Indiana’s Ninth District Competitive?
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Indiana Ranks Top 5 in the Nation for Business
Indianapolis Indiana ranked first in the Midwest and fifth in the nation for doing business by Chief Executive magazine, advancing one spot from No. 6 overall just last year The magazines Best Worst States For Business ranking is based on surveys of more than 500 CEOs. According to Chief Executive, the results of the 12th annual survey show that CEOs favor states with friendly tax and…
Unclaimed bodies: Who they are and how they died. A look at Indiana.
A study in the Journal of Forensic Sciences explores the unclaimed dead, including who they are, why they aren't claimed and how coroner offices process them.
You Must Take This Ultimate Indiana Waterfalls Road Trip! (Part 1)
There are too many amazing Indiana waterfalls for just one road trip. Here is Part 1: Northern Indiana Waterfalls.
Amber Alert canceled, 10-month-old child found safely in Indiana
An Amber Alert is issued for a 10-month old child who was taken by her father who is considered armed and dangerous.
How did Jasper become the high school baseball capital of Indiana?
Jasper will make its record 15th appearance in the championship game Friday
After 20 Years in U.S., Indiana Restaurant Owner Is Deported
Roberto Beristain, an undocumented immigrant and business owner living in Indiana with his American wife and children, walked south over the border into Mexico late Tuesday night, 20 years after he crossed the same boundary into the U.S.
How an Indiana doctor found a medical mystery in Michelangelo's 'David'
Dr. Daniel Gelfman noticed that the "David" showed signs of heart disease. It was something no one else appears to have noticed.
Indiana Jones Is Back! What Should He Discover Now?
Tell us what you think Indy's (most likely) final mission should be.
What Startups & VCs Can Learn From Indiana Jones
This sounds like clickbait, but it’s quite literal. There are instructive parallels between “Unicorns” and “Blockbusters.”
What politicians from Amy Coney Barrett's home state of Indiana say about her Supreme Court...
Gov. Eric Holcomb said Barrett will add "another healthy dose of Hoosier hospitality to our nation’s capital."
More than 100 Indiana school districts to close next week on Red for Ed Action Day
More than 100 school districts will be closed Tuesday as teachers and public education supporters are expected to flood the Indiana Statehouse.
Former Indiana basketball coach Bob Knight returns to Assembly Hall after 20 years away
Former Indiana basketball coach Bob Knight was back at Assembly Hall Saturday, the first time he's been in the building since his firing.
After nearly 100 years, Indiana amusement park to close, with rides moving to other parks
An Indiana community Tuesday learned the Indiana Beach amusement park is closing after nearly 100 years, with dismantled rides moving to other parks.
Why Is Indiana's Religious Freedom Law Different From All Other Religious Freedom Laws?
The new state law has been publicly sold with the claim that it is “nothing new,” but shows every sign of having been carefully designed to put new obstacles in the path of equality.
'This is 2020, so why wouldn't this happen?': Deer crashes through window into Indiana school...
A deer crashed through a window into a classroom at Blackhawk Middle School in Fort Wayne on Tuesday, frightening two teachers. Nobody was hurt.
What you need to know about Katie Jenner, Indiana's first Secretary of Education
Here's what we know so far about Katie Jenner, the state's first education secretary.