Farm groups say the bill is needed to protect the industry from attack by environmental and animal-rights activists.
INDOT spokesman Nathan Riggs says they've used nearly seven thousand tons of asphalt and 8,100 employee hours to fill potholes so far this winter.
Nearly 93 percent of men who have sex with other men reported being in love with their most recent sexual partner.
Some parts of the state could see as much as 10 inches of snow by tomorrow.
Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann will announce whether the state will use funds from the U.S. Department of Treasury funds to tear down foreclosed properties.
Research shows Indiana's rural communities are getting older, and young people are leaving for urban areas.
Drivers should anticipate short-term lane closures and reduced work zone speed limits along S.R. 37.
Three IU researchers are working to develop a computer system they say could improve the quality and decrease the cost of medical treatment.
The House Minority Leader is filing to change the bill's second sentence, but isn't sure he will offer the change when the bill goes to the floor next week.
Lawmakers and legal experts disagree on the consequences of the second sentence of the bill, which bans any legal status “substantially similar” to marriage.