Hoosiers who generate energy, like solar panels, can sell excess energy to utilities at a retail rate, but a bill to change that leaves some lawmakers confused.
Senate Bill 420 would prevent the Division of Forestry from logging in ten percent of State Forests.
The visitor’s area at Kankakee Sands is open from 7am to dusk every day of the year.
Lawmakers passed an amended version of the bill that drew more than 5 hours of public testimony last week.
Residents have until March 31 to move out of a contaminated housing complex. After that date, the city says remaining residents will be involuntarily relocated.
The city closed the Downtown Bloomington Recycling Center in January to free up roughly 19 parking spaces near the soon-to-be developed Tech Park.
Critics say the measure would muscle out smaller competitors from the emerging solar market.
The city attorney says nothing is certain at this point, and the city is still waiting on a response from the EPA.
Beginning on Feb. 1, library districts across Indiana each will have one of 240 state park passes placed in circulation for borrowing.
A 5-year-old female crane was found dead Jan. 3 in southwestern Indiana, apparently killed by a high-powered rifle.