Data released by fair officials Monday show 830,390 people attended the 164th annual Indiana agricultural exhibition that ran from July 30 through Sunday at the state fairgrounds in Indianapolis.
Bradley B. Chambers, the president, CEO, and founder of Buckingham Companies, will served as secretary of commerce and leader of the Indiana Economic Development Corp. (IEDC) beginning July 6.
The Indiana State Fair is returning this year for a three-week run of food, farm animals and fun at the fairgrounds on the northeast side of Indianapolis.
The new Shop Indiana Grown online marketplace puts some 40 vendors who grow, raise, produce or process an agriculture product in the state of Indiana under the same digital roof at shopindianagrown.org.
The Indiana State Fair will not take place this year, for the first time since World War II, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Indiana House voted 77-21 Monday to spend $291 million in surplus state revenue to cash-fund construction projects at six state universities, instead of using the money for any other purpose — including teacher pay hikes.
The Republican-controlled House Ways and Means Committee voted on party lines Tuesday to reject a proposal to use $291 million in surplus state revenue to pay a one-time bonus to teachers by the end of the school year.
Speed will be the theme of the year when Hoosier lawmakers return to the Statehouse Monday for the annual Indiana legislative session.
State Sen. Eddie Melton, D-Gary, has a plan to immediately pay Indiana teachers more money, without increasing taxes or reducing spending on other state priorities.
Gov. Eric Holcomb is calling on Indiana lawmakers to ban the use of mobile devices while driving, legalize speed enforcement cameras in work zones and raise the smoking age to 21.
Thirty years ago this month the first Hoosier Lottery tickets were sold in Indiana.
Hoosiers traveling to or through Indianapolis next month can participate in an experience like no other in terms of sights, sounds and stomach…
State government spent $410.5 million less than it took in during the 2019 budget year that ended June 30, prompting Gov. Eric Holcomb to deci…
KENTLAND — A conservative Hoosier governor who attempted to thwart the 1920s rise of the Ku Klux Klan in Indiana, but later resigned from offi…
INDIANAPOLIS — Farmers, first responders, military members and even comic book characters will be celebrated as "Heroes in the Heartland" duri…
The 2018 Indiana State Fair runs from Aug. 3-19 at the State Fairgrounds at 38th Street and Fall Creek Parkway on the northeast side of Indianapolis.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the “Fair”-est of them all?
INDIANAPOLIS — Vendors at the Indiana State Fair have been asked to stop selling goods with Confederate symbols.
The Cowsills are still enjoying their stint on one of the most popular tours traveling the country.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Fair, an annual 17-day extravaganza celebrating the state's $44 billion agriculture industry, begins Friday a…
INDIANAPOLIS — The coma lasted for six weeks. Andrea Vellinga didn’t know that.