IU economists said they expect real U.S. output growth in 2016 will average about 2.5 percent.
The Chamber called on lawmakers and Republican Gov. Mike Pence to expand state civil rights laws.
The doctor, who once performed abortions in Fort Wayne, has decided not to appeal a state health department motion to revoke his South Bend clinic’s license.
Indiana has trailed the nation in gross domestic product growth during three of the past four years.
The court at Jennings Recreational Center at 1330 McCulloch St. now features a black-and-gold surface with a Purdue logo.
Republican Mayor Terry Seitz and Democratic challenger Wayne Schuetter both received 1,856 votes for the Jasper office.
The diploma overhaul would have eliminated the general high school diploma and de-emphasized arts education.
26-year-old Matt Gentry won Lebanon’s election; 25-year-old Shane Evans won in Delphi; and Chris McBarnes, 27, was re-elected in Frankfort.
Robert Battle ran unopposed and is accused of shooting a man to death on Oct. 12. He also faces a federal drug charge after police say they found more than 73 pounds of pot and more than $100,000 cash during a traffic stop.
A ceremony is scheduled for Friday to mark the start of construction of the Hobart and Russell Creighton Hall of Animal Sciences and the Land O’Lakes Center for Experiential Learning.
Police shot the man during an altercation and he was airlifted to a South Bend hospital with injuries not considered life-threatening.
INDOT is working to confirm that the internal clocks in traffic signals and school-zone flashers changed over from DST automatically, but is looking for ones that did not.
The nearly 100 voters will have until Nov. 13 to cast correct ballots in West Lafayette City Council district races.
The new facility is expected to be completed in 2017.
Purdue police say 44-year-old Neil Albee of Monticello was arrested late Saturday night behind the Delta Zeta house after the woman noticed him in the bathroom and her sorority sisters called police.
Rape victims would have six months after a child’s birth to ask a judge to find enough evidence of a crime to terminate parental rights.
The guns were sold to former police officers, reserve police officers and the public.
The plan is to turn the 950,000-square-foot building and a pair of adjacent two-story buildings into a place for high-technology businesses, manufacturing, offices, condominiums, stores and restaurants.
The storms and suspected tornadoes have socked an already-sodden swath of Texas that was still drying out from the remnants of Hurricane Patricia, forcing evacuations of flood-prone areas and slowing or shutting down traffic on long stretches of Interstate 35.
The suit says DCS violated federal law by calculating the adoption subsidy without considering the cost of the boys’ “profound disabilities.”