Indiana Public Broadcasting looks at the past year of East Chicago's lead crisis and takes stock of what’s ahead in a special hour of coverage.
Indiana is adding more large-scale hog farms every year. They’re good business for farmers, but some neighbors say they can be bad for property values.
The deal hinged on $7 million in state tax credits — some of which came from a rarely used fund for job retention. And now it has manufacturers wondering what the deal might mean for them.
Former residents of a public housing complex in Northwest Indiana still face contamination threats, a year after they learned they'd have to move due to high levels of lead in their soil.
Manufacturers and residents in Columbus, Ind., depend on open borders to move both products and people.
Rural Indiana has a shortage of farm veterinarians -- and that strain could get worse in January when new rules for food animal antibiotics use take effect.
In Indianapolis, hundreds of Carrier factory jobs are moving to Mexico. That's the furnace plant where, in December, President Trump said he made a deal to save some other jobs.
When you drive over a pothole in your neighborhood, you can report it to the city and hope they come fix it soon – or you can fix it yourself. At least, that’s what one Indianapolis man has been doing this year.
Part two of a series on the struggle to connect Akutan and its airport, and winner of a 2014 Alaska Press Club award for business reporting.
Everything was missing. Client files, financial data — all gone one Wednesday morning from the servers of Cancer Services of East Central Indiana.
Hundreds of families have to leave a highly lead-contaminated part of East Chicago, Ind. by November. But many say they need more help to move that fast.
A lead-contaminated public housing complex in East Chicago, Indiana could soon become a lead-contaminated vacant lot – and if local and federal officials can’t resolve a key dispute, it might stay that way for a long time.
Delaware's traditional small family poultry farms are growing into sprawling, factory-style complexes -- and often, they're right in people's backyards. Won a 2015 Delaware Press Association award for radio reporting.
Indiana's contested Senate seat will stay with the Republicans, as Congressman Todd Young took an easy victory over long-time Indiana Democrat Evan Bayh.