The proposed routes would run through the city, which is something Martinsville's mayor advocated for.
The proposed regulations would call for a 20 percent reduction from Indiana’s 2005 carbon emission levels by 2030.
In an effort to prevent long-term damage in unplanted fields, cover crops could be key for Indiana farmers.
Indiana Department of Transportation spokesman Will Wingfield says the state will continue to fund the trains until Iowa Pacific can take over.
Indiana's 2005 amnesty program raked in close to $250 million, but the state isn't expecting to collect that amount this time around.
A Brown County judge will wait until jury selection to decide if Daniel Messel's trial will be relocated; Rep. Christina Hale won't run for U.S. Senate in 2016.
"We’re looking at where we have opportunities to adjust our prices and serve our members better," Paula Gilbertson, acting GM of Bloomingfoods, says.
State lawmakers tackled everything from gaming to the state budget in the 2015 session. Many of the state's 259 new laws take effect July 1.
Indiana conducted its first tax amnesty program in 2005, collecting about $244 million in back taxes.
The decision could have a major impact on Indiana as lawmakers prepare to examine ways to take some of the politics out of electoral redistricting.