VALPARAISO | A 38-minute high-speed rail commute to downtown Chicago was part of the incentive offered to encourage the Porter County Council to approve a $20,000 contribution toward the cost of an environmental impact study of a route from Chicago to Columbus, Ohio.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. | Tony Stewart heads into the busiest week of his year riding high from a win in his return to sprint car racing.
INDIANAPOLIS | The fate of Indiana's gaming industry and the 14,000 Hoosiers it employs may hinge on decisions made this summer by a small group of state lawmakers.
HOBART | Sign, sign, everywhere a sign, and that's a good sign for the employees of the TradeWinds sign shop.
"The Amish Cook" column, the popular syndicated feature that appears on Wednesdays in The Times' food section, is changing after more than two decades of recipes and advice.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence recently conducted a conference intended to make our state’s tax code simpler and more competitive.
Two years ago this February, Indiana legislators passed a measure prohibiting compulsory union dues and fees. Ever since then, good economic news for Hoosiers has been rolling in.
INDIANAPOLIS | As cities across the country increase the minimum wage businesses must pay their employees, Northwest Indiana communities won't be joining the trend — it's illegal.
The National Cash Register Co. of Dayton, Ohio is planning a Lake County factory site on 270 acres in the Gary-Griffith district. The factory will produce railway ticket machines and may employ 1,000.
HAMMOND | An Ohio man caught in a drug sting in Merrillville was sentenced Monday in U.S. District Court to more than five years in prison.
VALPARAISO | Zipping one's zipper might seem like a fairly mundane, simple task -- until it's put in the hands and minds of the entrants of the annual Rube Goldberg Machine Contest.
VALPARAISO | The weather might not have been an artistic success Friday, but that didn't stop crews from installing the latest series of sculptures on Cumberland Crossing Drive for the city's art walk.
PORTAGE | Two Ohio men were charged with felony possession of marijuana with the intent to deal after Portage police found 12 pounds of raw marijuana in their car following a traffic stop last week.
VALPARAISO | It's becoming almost like a sign of spring: the annual arrival of the new sculptures for the art walk on Cumberland Crossing Drive.
VALPARAISO | Indiana lost out on a new plant that an auto parts maker plans to build in Ohio.
TOLEDO, Ohio | A Schererville woman was among three people killed Wednesday in a massive traffic pileup on the Ohio Turnpike, about halfway between Toledo and Cleveland.
The voters will not see the constitutional marriage amendment on the Indiana ballot until 2016, if ever.
INDIANAPOLIS | It's not often you'll hear a Hoosier governor claim Indiana's business taxes should be more like those in Illinois.
PORTAGE | Concerned he might not be able to drive on the snow-covered streets but wanting to hear what his legislators had to say, Jerald Balta hiked the 2 miles from his home to Portage City Hall Saturday.
While the snow piles up around us, here’s a happy thought to sustain you: spring training is just more than a month away at the professional level.
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