Gov. Eric Holcomb said the state stands ready to assist local leaders in their responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, but he has no interest in dictating additional COVID-19 directives from the Statehouse.
The Hard Rock Casino in Gary is continuing to challenge the Horseshoe Casino in Hammond for the title of top gaming destination in Northwest Indiana.
Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Tuesday that state COVID-19 restrictions, including the mask mandate, will expire April 6, and all Hoosiers age 16 and up will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine March 31.
Hoosier teachers and other school employees of any age will be eligible starting Monday to make an appointment to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at any immunization site in Indiana.
Indiana sports bettors set another monthly record in January by gambling $348.2 million on professional and college sporting events in the United States and around the world.
Effective immediately, LaPorte County restaurants and bars no longer are required to close at midnight, and self-serve buffets, salad bars, karaoke and open mic programs are again permitted.
The extra restrictions on business operations imposed Nov. 30 by the Lake County health officer to minimize the spread of COVID-19 were rescinded Friday.
Holcomb said the federal government will be providing an additional 13,000 doses a week, bringing the weekly total of first doses coming to Indiana to at least 90,000 in each of the next three weeks.
"I don’t feel that it’s the government’s role," to make business operating decisions, said state Rep. Bob Morris, R-Fort Wayne.
Hoosiers wagered an astounding $313 million on professional and college sporting events in December.
By any measure, things will be far from business as usual when the gavels slam down shortly after noon Region time Monday and the Indiana House and Senate come to order.
State restrictions on business operations, Indiana's face mask directive, and all of the governor's other COVID-19 prevention measures and guidelines will remain in effect until at least Jan. 24.
Indiana should return to its pre-pandemic gross state product by early 2021 and resume peak employment in mid-2022, according to Tom Jackson, principal economist at IHS Markit.
The legal action alleged that Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and other state officials have acted in “clear violation” of their powers during the pandemic.
The new top mark for Indiana sports wagers in a single month is $251.4 million, shattering the prior record of $230.9 million — just set in October — by nearly 9%.
Gov. Eric Holcomb is temporarily suspending all non-emergency, inpatient surgeries at Indiana hospitals after proclaiming Wednesday the Hoosier State "is on fire" with COVID-19 cases.
An unprecedented three-month shutdown of Indiana's casinos to minimize the potential spread of COVID-19 led to record job losses this year and millions of dollars in lost casino revenue.
Porter County is enacting new restrictions on business operations in an effort to halt and reverse the ongoing surge of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths.
Public Health Order 2 was revised Friday to permit Lake County eateries currently offering drive-thru service to remain open between midnight and 5 a.m. to serve only drive-thru customers.
Indiana is switching to a less comprehensive contact tracing program in an attempt to reach more people confirmed to have COVID-19 amid an unrelenting statewide surge in coronavirus infections.
A northeast Indiana state representative elected to a second term just three weeks ago is resigning from the Indiana House on Dec. 14 — and she says Gov. Eric Holcomb is to blame.
The Lake County health officer is enacting new restrictions on business operations that are significantly more stringent than the "red" county standards recently imposed by Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb.
The governor said in all counties businesses open to the public soon will be directed to post signs on their doors informing customers and employees face masks must be worn on the premises.
The mayors of Lake County's two most populous cities believe Illinois leaders are making a mistake by shutting down restaurants and other public places in response to a recent surge of COVID-19 infections.