The parent company of Harrah’s Hoosier Park Racing & Casino has announced it will place up to 90% of the employees at its domestic properties on furlough while those properties remain closed during the coronavirus pandemic.
A local confectionery came under scrutiny this week after a social media post from its owner explaining his decision to remain open amid the coronavirus pandemic drew sharp reactions from residents on both sides of the issue.
The Madison County Health Department reported Friday that a total of eight county residents have died from the COVID-19 virus.
As Indiana surpassed 100 deaths due to COVID-19 and saw 24 deaths within 24 hours, state officials extended the stay-at-home policy directing Hoosiers to “hunker down” and limit themselves to essential activities.
As the COVID-19 virus continues to threaten the health of Hoosiers, the three branches of state government came together to issue a letter advising county jails to evaluate their populations and release low-risk, non-violent detainees.
The Federal Bureau of Investigations and Internal Revenue Service warn Hoosiers against scammers taking advantage of the unprecedented pandemic to commit fraud.
The State Department of Health reported Friday morning that positive tests for COVID-19 in Indiana have risen to 3,437 after 398 additional positive tests.
ANDERSON – Updating a report from earlier Friday morning, Stephenie Grimes, administrator for the health department, said that she has received death certificates for an additional four people who died of the COVID-19 virus, bringing the Madison County's total to eight deaths from the virus.
The restaurant industry is among those hardest hit by government-mandated shutdowns as the coronavirus pandemic ravages the U.S. economy.
City, county or other local forms of government cannot restrict the sale of firearms during an emergency declaration, Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill said in official opinion released Thursday.
The stay-at-home order for Madison County and Indiana should be extended until at least the end of April, two local physicians say.
INDIANAPOLIS — Since Gov. Eric Holcomb’s declaration of a public health emergency amid the coronavirus pandemic, dozens of complaints for price-gouging have been filed with the Indiana Office of Attorney General.
Gov. Eric J. Holcomb has directed flags in Madison and Tipton counties to be flown at half-staff Friday in honor of former Elwood Mayor Jerry Werline, who died Monday at St. Vincent Seton Specialty Hospital in Indianapolis, following an extended illness.
Indiana has closed its public schools for the remainder of the 2019-20 year, the state's superintendent of public instruction, Jennifer McCormick, announced Thursday.
Indiana’s Department of Workforce Development will upgrade its system and hire additional staff to handle the influx of COVID-19 related unemployment applications, an official said Thursday.
During a time when the U.S. Census Bureau would normally ramp up its operations to count the country’s citizens, a novel coronavirus has disrupted the nation, triggering millions of layoffs and killing at least 3,603 Americans.
Governor Eric J. Holcomb has directed flags in Madison and Tipton counties to be flown at half-staff Friday in honor of former Elwood Mayor Jerry Werline, who died on Monday at St. Vincent Seton Specialty Hospital in Indianapolis, following an extended illness.
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