The Office of Utility Consumer Counselor is recommending approval of a $125 million dollar rate increase.
More than three dozen East Chicago homeowners have filed a lawsuit alleging that their homes and yards were severely contaminated with lead.
A letter signed by 228 scientists tells Governor Holcomb increased logging rates hurt forest biodiversity.
USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue says his agency is also focused on NAFTA negotiations and confirming his undersecretaries.
The state needs $2 billion in immediate water infrastructure repairs.
Critics are hopeful the legislature will impose rules to lessen the environmental affects of CAFOs next year.
The state will use money from the Children's Health Insurance Program.
According to a new report, efforts to reduce nutrient pollution are proceeding at a "painfully slow" pace.
Legislators could introduce new regulations during the next legislative session.
The NAACP hopes to replicate the program on a national scale.