Indianapolis Power & Light Company is exploring the possibility of increasing rates to fund a new electric car sharing program in the city.
School districts in Indiana can continue to sue the IRS and other federal agencies over the Affordable Care Act.
The Exponent wants video footage of an incident between a photographer and police to be made public.
Indiana's uninsured rate fell slightly from last year, but the rates in other states fell more sharply as the Affordable Care Act went into effect.
The initiative will provide anti-bullying education to 30,800 students in Central Indiana.
The process melts down plastic into a material that serves as a replacement for lumber.
Public safety officials say cyber-terrorists have made attempts to hack Indianapolis' $73 million communications platform.
The Land and Water Conservation Fund is scheduled to expire at the end of 2015.
Indiana dairy farmers unveiled this year's State Fair cheese sculpture, which will be recycled into biofuel for the second year in a row.
Insurance companies are facing higher costs after increased enrollments have led to more hospital visits for treatment.