Elkhart is Riding a Wave of Economic Momentum

Elkhart, the northern Indiana city known as the RV Capital of the World, is reaping the benefits of a big rebound in RV sales, a $23 million renovation of the historic Hotel Elkhart and an ambitious revitalization effort underway in the River District. We get insight into the economic upswing from President and CEO, Economic Development […]... Read More

Business of Health: Abbott Opens in Westfield

Fortune 500 company and medical device powerhouse Abbott has opened its new $38 million manufacturing facility in Westfield. It’s one of the largest life sciences investments in the state in years. We get more on what drew the company to Indiana from Mike Dale.... Read More

Inside INnovation: Salesforce & BMV

The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles is working with Salesforce and its technology platforms to help Hoosiers renew their vehicle registrations more efficiently. Indiana BMV Chief Communication & Engagement Officer Susie Guyer explains how.... Read More

Around INdiana: The Vintage Gypsy

Thinking about slipping on those Greg Brady bell bottoms or sporting the ruffle-look from the 40s or 60s? Mary-Rachel Redman rewinds the clock this week with old-school treasures waiting to be found at The Vintage Gypsy in Indianapolis.... Read More

First Call Celebrates 30th Anniversary

Thirty years ago, Rita Zoller and her daughter Tracy Nice established First Call Temporary Services out of a small office in Richmond. Now, the business has grown into one of the largest privately held, woman-owned staffing firms in the Midwest. Co-Founder & Owner Tracy Nice provides insight into the company’s success and what’s next.... Read More

Codelicious Lands $3.8M in Seed-stage Funding

A big game-changer for Indianapolis-based Codelicious. Christine McDonnell has details on how the company landed nearly $4 million in seed-stage funding for its computer science curriculum platform and how it could have a huge impact in Indiana classrooms.... Read More

Inside INdiana Sports: Butler University Athletics

The leader of the athletics department at Butler University has taken on a high-profile role to move men’s college basketball forward. Barry Collier joins us with insight on his appointment to the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee and a look at what’s next for the Bulldogs’ program.... Read More

Million Meal Marathon

The Million Meal Movement has provided Hoosiers more than 31.5 million meals over the past decade. Nancy Hintz explains how the organization’s signature event, the Million Meal Marathon, is making a huge impact in Indiana and how you can get involved.... Read More

Future of EV in Indiana

Toyota Motor Corporation is investing $3.4 billion over the next decade, including a $1.2 billion EV battery plant and 1,750 jobs. Could it land in Indiana? We’ll look at how the state is positioned to grab its share of the electric vehicle market with Paul Mitchell.... Read More

Sit Down with New Ivy Tech Indianapolis Chancellor

Dr. Lorenzo Esters has been a longtime leader and visionary in higher education around the country. He recently took on a new role as Chancellor of Ivy Tech’s Indianapolis campus. Dr. Esters shares his plans for developing talent and pushing the college forward.... Read More

Update on Big Developments Underway in Lebanon

A high-profile location along I-65 in Boone County will soon be transformed into a multi-sport fieldhouse, which will also include apartments, townhomes and cottages. We get more on the $115 million project from Mayor Matt Gentry and Andy Card.... Read More

Mayor: Development is ‘Turning Point’ for Lebanon

Lebanon Mayor Matt Gentry says it may be the biggest development in the city’s history. The city and Noblesville-based Card & Associates announced plans last week for a $25 million multi-sport youth fieldhouse that will anchor a large mixed-use development near I-65 and State Road 39, a high-profile property where a Holiday Inn Holidome once stood. The […]... Read More

Work to Include

One of the biggest voices in Indiana’s Work to Include Coalition is Tom Morris, a fitness lover who was paralyzed after a mountain biking accident. We learn how he’s educating others to persevere and succeed in the workforce.... Read More

Business Spotlight: Cybersecurity Summit

Indiana, Purdue and the University of Notre Dame are joining forces to host a cybersecurity summit for Indiana policymakers and business leaders. Scott Shackelford with IU has insight into the increasing cyber threat.... Read More

Inside INnovation: Indy Autonomous Challenge

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway has historically been an incubator and proving ground for automotive innovation. The track will hit another milestone next weekend when it hosts the world’s first driverless race. Doug Boles has new details on the Indy Autonomous Challenge.... Read More

Business of Health: Eli Lilly’s DIP-IN Project

Eli Lilly and Co. is increasing its commitment to improve diabetes care in some of Indianapolis’ most disadvantaged neighborhoods. Courtney Roberts with details on a plan to spend an additional $5 million on its Diabetes Impact Project.... Read More