Roanoke: Auto supplier Ground Effects LLC will invest $4.66 million and add up to 160 jobs.
Elkhart County: Ranked first in nation for job growth for 2012.
Brad Stevens: Butler Universitys basketball coach named head coach of the Boston Celtics.
Muncie: Lands on a list of nations smartest cities, according to the website Luminosity. The college town ranked 21st overall and 19th for residents younger than 35 based on data from more than 3 million brain game users.
Obamacare: Administration delays implementation of large-employer mandate to provide insurance, but Fort Wayne Community Schools and others already have moved to reduce hours of part-time workers.
Attack ad: Sen. Mitch McConnells campaign launches amateurish Internet ad smearing Democratic challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes. The ad is so bad, however, its likely to give Lundergan Grimes some welcome name recognition.
Monroeville: Financial woes force community officials to cancel all Independence Day celebrations, including fireworks and musical entertainment.
FSSA: A contractors computer programming glitch potentially exposes 187,500 of the states most vulnerable citizens to identity theft.
State Department: Inspector generals report finds the department spent more than $630,000 to increase the number of likes for its Facebook pages.
Sammy Terry: Bob Carters TV character thrilled – or frightened – generations of Indiana children watching the late-night Nightmare Theater. Carter died Monday at 83.
George Ryan: Former Illinois governor, 79, is released from home confinement, ending nearly six years of federal custody for racketeering, conspiracy and more.
Douglas C. Engelbart: Scientist and inventor credited with creating the computer mouse died Tuesday at 88.