An alteration in committee would reduce guaranteed money paid to counties across the state each year that comes from gaming revenues.
The first wave of 50 layoffs has already happened at United Technologies' 700-worker electronics plant in Huntington, which is slated for closure.
About 2,500 of the notices went out when only 200 accounts were actually past due.
Why some southwestern Indiana residents are running against long-time incumbents for a spot on their energy cooperative's board of directors.
Some local communities regulate or prohibit short-term rentals. But the proposed legislation would bar them from that, while establishing some guidelines.
The Lafayette winner walked away with $189.1 million, which would've earned the county more than $2 million.
About 1.5 million Hoosiers get power through rural electric cooperatives, not for-profit utilities that provide electric in rural areas.
A spokesperson says the winner is a Lafayette man whose winning ticket was among five he bought at a convenience store on the day of the Feb. 22 drawing.
Indiana’s unemployment rate declined more over the last year than any neighboring state.
Indiana took in $134 million more in taxes last month than fiscal analysts predicted.