Senate Bill 420 would prevent the Division of Forestry from logging in ten percent of State Forests.
Senators voted down a bill Monday that would have changed the Superintendent of Public Instruction from an elected position to an appointed one.
The bill is headed back to committee so lawmakers can consider amending an ultrasound requirement and information on the "reversal" time period
The bill includes the same language that failed to make it out of committee last week.
Officials expect work to start this spring on construction of a 17-acre solar farm in Greenfield.
Purdue University officials are floating suggestions for renaming the Fort Wayne campus.
The man previously had been considered a person authorities wanted to speak to in the investigation.
A nearly 40-mile-long pedestrian and biking trail in northern Indiana is moving closer to getting a pedestrian bridge over a state highway.
Between 1982 and 2012, residential and commercial developments claimed more than 740,000 acres of land that had been cropland, forest land and prairie.
An effort to reform Indiana’s redistricting process is likely dead this session.