Business of Health: Fair Haven Set to Open Ada’s Place

Indianapolis-based nonprofit Fair Haven is opening a new $2.8 million healthcare hospitality facility near the 16 Tech Campus on the west side. Ada’s Place is designed to help seriously ill patients and their families who come to central Indiana for critical care. We get details from Amanda Milner.... Read More

Inside INnovation: Indy Autonomous Challenge

Indiana is once again in the global spotlight for motorsports innovation. The Indy Autonomous Challenge, the world’s first high-speed driverless competition at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, takes off in late October. Paul Mitchell and Dave Roberts break down how the prize competition works and what it means for the evolution of automation.... Read More

CANPACK Plant Leading Muncie Revitalization

Muncie is getting a big economic boost with the arrival of CANPACK, a Poland-based aluminum can production company that recently broke ground on a $380 million dollar manufacturing plant, which will create 345 jobs over the next two years. We get details from Jay Julian.... Read More

What’s New with Visit Bloomington

Visit Bloomington’s mission is to get more people to spend money there through meetings, leisure travel and youth sports. Erin White shares what’s new and what it could mean for Monroe County.... Read More

Inside Innovation: Premier Companies

Two southern Indiana cooperatives have joined forces to create Premier Companies, an agricultural and energy services organization. Harold Cooper has more on the impact of the merger between White River Cooperative and Premier Ag Co-Op.... Read More

Around INdiana: Tuttle Orchards

There are few places in Indiana where you can find more than 40 acres of apples, 30 acres of veggies, 20 acres of pumpkins, four high tunnels and a host of greenhouse plants in the spring. Mary-Rachel Redman found it in Greenfield where family-owned Tuttle Orchards is celebrating more than 90 years in business.... Read More

Penrod Arts Fair Back in Full Swing

The Penrod Arts Fair returns this year after the pandemic forced it to be canceled in 2020. Tim Haley and Rob Dixon have more on what to expect at the event known as Indiana’s Nicest Day.... Read More