Indianapolis

LIFT Academy in Indianapolis has announced it’s registered a new apprenticeship program with the U.S. Department of Labor. It will train new aviation maintenance technicians and pay them for their time. 

Thousands of tabletop gamers came to Indianapolis over the weekend for Gen Con. The annual four-day convention has been called the largest of its kind in North America and now officials are looking to expand the reach of the event.

The governor’s Teacher Compensation Commission will host public comment sessions across the state in August. 

Young Democrats say faith in politics is a critical tool in the path forward for their party and the country.

Two Indianapolis Organizations Team Up for Tech Jobs

Jun 25, 2019

Two Indianapolis-based organizations are teaming up to lure former Hoosiers back home with high-paying jobs. T-Map and Tech Point hope their efforts will stop the tide of qualified tech workers leaving the state.

Indianapolis’s criminal homicide rate has been on the rise in recent years. The majority of deaths are from gunshots and young black men are more likely to be killed. The city recently announced the adoption of a program to reduce the number of gun related deaths.

Indiana has one of the highest rates of evictions in the country – only six states are worse.

And many community advocates point to one issue as a major cause.

The Birch Bayh federal courthouse in downtown Indianapolis. (Lauren Chapman/IPB News)
Brandon Smith

A federal judge in Indianapolis will hear arguments Monday over the latest lawsuit challenging an Indiana anti-abortion law.

It’s the eighth such challenge over the last nine years.

Cummins Invests $68 Million For Expansion In Indiana

May 17, 2019
Cummins Inc. Chairman and CEO Tom Linebarger announces the company's new investments in Indiana. (Samantha Horton/IPB News)
Samantha Horton

Indiana-based Cummins announced plans for new growth as it celebrates 100 years. While at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Thursday, the engine manufacturer announced it is looking towards the next century.

Indianapolis Tech Company MetaCX Announces Expansion

May 14, 2019
Gov. Eric Holcomb joined by city and MetaCX leaders gives remarks on the tech companies growth. (Samantha Horton/IPB News)
Samantha Horton

An Indianapolis-based software start-up announced Tuesday it’s expanding and hiring as many as 75 employees over the next four years.

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