The lottery is expected to lose about $500,000 on the game.
The class-action lawsuit seeks refunds for the alleged inflated premiums.
The museum's board of governors unanimously approved the decision to charge admission Thursday.
A recently released report identifies five challenges prohibiting economic growth in the region.
A feasibility study indicated that the demographics of Columbus match the highest-performing arts audiences across the nation.
BMO Private Bank asked how much wealthy Indiana residents plan to give to charitable organizations during the holiday season.
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra saw an 18-percent jump in ticket sales in the 2013-14 budget year and a $266,000 surplus.
The move will enable the company to expand production of its eight-speed transmission vehicles.
Donations to nonprofits on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving rose to more than $45 million this year.
The company wants to build a 10-story office building with surrounding greenspace.