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Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly and Co. announced Thursday that it has received a Fast Track designation from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to investigate its... [Read More]
The gift is the largest ever received from a single foundation by Boys & Girls Clubs of America in its 160-year history, the group said. [Read More]
The Interim Study Committee on Energy, Utilities and Telecommunications heard a series of reports on various energy topics before voting to adopt a report devoid... [Read More]
The Elevation Grant Program—previously the Violent Crime Reduction Grant Program—doled out additional funds as part of the three-year, $45 million effort to address root causes... [Read More]
Gov. Eric Holcomb led a delegation to Germany and Switzerland this week with the goal of bringing jobs and future investment to Indiana. [Read More]
"The Whale," "Till" and "Women Talking" are movies that will be presented in Indianapolis before their official release dates. [Read More]
Twitter said earlier this week that it intends to close the deal at the agreed-upon price, but the two sides are still booked for an... [Read More]
Comments by Federal Reserve Governor Lisa Cook, Neel Kashkari and Raphael Bostic suggest the Federal Reserve is unlikely to slow its campaign against inflation anytime... [Read More]
The president also called on governors to issue similar pardons for those convicted of state marijuana offenses, which reflect the vast majority of marijuana possession... [Read More]
With Purdue Polytechnic High School now planning to stay in the Broad Ripple High School building long-term, Keystone Group is redesigning the project it planned... [Read More]
Indiana's largest farmer advocacy group says it's prioritizing commodities, conservation and nutrition in its lobbying efforts regarding the next federal farm bill. [Read More]
The Russian invasion of Ukraine, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, rising inflation and worsening climate conditions are impacting world economies and exacerbating other crises, like food... [Read More]
About Events Features A patient's journey Beating breast cancer is just part of the fight More people with breast cancer are going from 'newly diagnosed'... [Read More]
The pickup in claims—if sustained—would suggest lackluster spending in various sectors and uncertainty about the economy's prospects are prompting some businesses to lay off workers. [Read More]
Amazon.com plans about the same number of seasonal workers as last year despite slowing sales and predictions of a lackluster holiday shopping season. [Read More]
Smitten Kitten Cat Cafe will be Indiana's sixth cat cafe when it opens later this year at 7852 E. 96th St. in Fishers. [Read More]
The tutoring program, first created by House Enrolled Act 1251 in the spring and funded through federal relief dollars, is Indiana's take on using tutoring... [Read More]
The Indiana Joint Replacement Institute is planning a $28 million, 35,000-square-foot facility at Innovation Mile, which is along 141st Street, between Olio and Prairie Baptist... [Read More]
The Satanic Temple's religious tenets include beliefs that people should have control over their own bodies, that the freedoms of others should be respected, and... [Read More]
Authorities have detected the high levels of PFAS, or per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, in deer in several states, including Michigan and Maine, where legions of... [Read More]
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