About 30 percent of Indiana corn crop was planted as of Monday, an agriculture report indicates.
Indiana law allows convenience, grocery and pharmacy stores to sell beer warm but not chilled.
The Supreme Court ruled that an Indiana farmer who used patented seed for more than one planting in violation of his licensing agreement is liable for damages.
Monsanto sued Indiana farmer Vernon Bowman for patent infringement in 2007. The Supreme Court ruled Monday that Bowman infringed on Monsanto's rights.
A number of restaurant owners in downtown Columbus say communication from the Kristen Brown administration is a major reason they could not succeed.
The bill creates a Motorsports Improvement Fund for loans for those businesses in the state including race tracks, race team owners, drivers and others.
There have been an unprecedented number of appeals by Bartholomew County residents over property taxes.
More than 100 people currently live in the former hotel, which is now owned by the Terre Haute Housing Authority
The projected first phase of construction is set to begin in June and will cost an estimated $2.6 million.
The EZID will save the hotel developer $3.5 million in taxes over 10 years.