The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission has significantly reduced Indianapolis Power and Light‘s $16 million plan for BlueIndy.
A bill would allow truck stops and bars to install low-stakes video gambling terminals.
The amended bill legalizes Sunday sales while creating significant new regulations for non-liquor stores that sell alcohol.
The proposed energy efficiency alternative would allow utility companies to establish their own goals for energy savings.
No one from Bartholomew County has expressed interest in buying the historic venue, so the Columbus Capital Foundation is widening its net.
Duke Energy plans to build 11 miles of power lines in West Terre Haute to replace power that is currently being generated at its Wabash River plant.
As profits continue to decline, Indiana's casinos aren't sure if legislation aimed at stopping those losses would help them or harm them.
Hundreds of school bus drivers are being required to pay back unemployment benefits they received over the past three summers.
The Bloomington Plan Commission approved "The Graduate" hotel by a 5 to 3 vote giving the developer waivers to build the hotel in the university overlay area.
The bill would allow families living at up to 200 percent of the poverty level to qualify for vouchers.