State Receives Grant For Skills Program

EmployIndy has been awarded a $1.1 million grant. VP of Operations Gus Linde and THA Construction Principle Troy Turner say funding from the U.S. Department of Labor will help the nonprofit with programs involving industry certifications and skills.

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Rose-Hulman: Diversity Efforts Bearing Fruit

Rose-Hulman: Diversity Efforts Bearing Fruit

One of the state's leading training ground for science, technology, engineering and math professionals is reporting record enrollment among women and minority students. Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology says nearly one-third of its freshman clas...

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Duke Energy Outlines $2B Proposal

Duke Energy Indiana is filing a seven-year, nearly $2 billion electric grid modernization plan today with state utility regulators. The utility says the effort would result in fewer and shorter power outages and savings through reduced power consu...

Reservoir Could be Daleville 'Game Changer'

Residents of Daleville are getting their first look at a downtown revitalization plan. Our partners at The Herald Bulletin report the architect of the plan says if the proposed Mounds Lake reservoir is approved, it would be a "game changer"...

GE Aviation Plant Takes Another Step Forward

Indianapolis-based Pure Development says it has closed on the Lafayette land where the $100 million GE Aviation assembly plant will be built. The company says it has finalized all proceedings for the project, enabling construction to officially be...

INDOT to Honor Indiana Olympian

The Indiana Department of Transportation will rename a section of U.S. 52 in Tippecanoe County for Indiana's most decorated Olympian. Our partners at WBAA in West Lafayette report the stretch will be named for Ray Ewry, who was born in Lafayette a...

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Why RJE Chose to Play Ball in Downtown Fort Wayne

You know the excitement that grows as your team puts together one thrilling victory after another? That's the powerful momentum I feel among my team right now. The economy has turned and we're getting win after win thanks to key business decisions, including an expansion into Ft. Wayne. Some people may be thinking, "Why Ft. Wayne?" It's an easy answer.

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