WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - This week it was announced $400 million and 900 jobs are headed to the Lafayette plant for Subaru of Indiana Automotive (SIA). We talked to a local expert on U.S. manufacturing.
And it's all thanks to one popular car.
Fuji Heavy Industries considered expanding other plants to add the Impreza production line.
Professor Tom Brush of Purdue's Krannert School of Management just taught a course on challenges in U.S. manufacturing, and joined us on News 18 at 5 to discuss SIA's decision and how it fits into corporate strategy.
As temperatures drop, the use of homeless shelters go up.
Indiana State Police announced Monday they are re-opening a 32-year-old murder investigation. They said advances in forensic technology was one reason that led authorities to such decisions.
The Lafayette Urban Ministry has met their goal for this year's Hunger Hike.