Indiana lawmakers weigh constitutional carry bill

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Lawmakers and Hoosiers packed the House chamber to debate whether Indiana should introduce a bill this winter to potentially join more than a dozen states with constitutional carry.

Drugmaker Eli Lilly to trim workforce by nearly 9 percent

The Indianapolis company said Thursday it will cut about 3,500 positions, mostly through a voluntary retirement program in the United States. The insulin maker employed 41,240 people worldwide at the end of June.

State Board of Education picks new executive director

Voors was previously general counsel for the Indiana Department of Education. He also has been the majority attorney for the Republican-controlled Indiana Senate and chief legal counsel for the Indiana Department of Transportation.

Northern IN vet accused of animal abuse

Dr. Jennifer Perusek of the Animal Clinic in Granger is accused of routinely kicking, hitting, slamming, dragging and choking animals from 2012 to 2016.

Indiana governor set to leave on 9-day trip to Japan

Holcomb’s schedule includes meetings with Japanese government officials, national business chambers and executives of Japanese companies with operations in Indiana, including Subaru, Toyota and Honda. He’s scheduled to return Sept. 15.