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State / National Business

Indexes inch higher as oil prices jump, but retailers skid

By MARLEY JAYAP Markets WriterNEW YORK (AP) — A surge in the price of oil sent energy companies higher on Friday, but U.S. stocks...

Sanders campaign opens Indiana office

By MAUREEN HAYDEN CNHI Statehouse Bureau Chief INDIANAPOLIS – Union steelworker Pam Presley was so sure that she would support Hillary Clinton for president, she...

Korean steel firm may locate in Indiana

JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. (AP) — A Korea-based steel producer is considering the Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville for a new wire rod processing center. POSCO is seeking approval...

U.S. economy adds more jobs

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. employers shrugged off signs of weak growth and extended their long stretch of steady hiring in March, adding 215,000 jobs. The...

Minimum wage hike gains traction

By JENNIFER PELTZ and DAVID KLEPPER Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — California and New York —where almost 1 in 5 Americans live — are on...

Ind. 37 picked for final I-69 leg

By BRYAN AULT (Martinsville) Reporter-Times WAVERLY — The Indiana Department of Transportation announced this week that Ind. 37 has been selected as the preferred route...