The House approved comprehensive road funding legislation that raises fuel taxes and opens the door to tolling Indiana interstate highways.
A report from the Sanitation Modernization Advisory Committee advises moving forward with an automated trash pick-up system.
This legislative session, both House Republicans and House Democrats have proposed a plan to pay for the next four years of road and bridge maintenance.
I-69 Section 5 was supposed to open in Oct. 2016, but the project's been plagued with delays.
House Republicans made a change to their road funding bill that would open a $600 million hole in the next state budget.
Tesla Motors has said it's unlikely its semi-autonomous Autopilot system was engaged when the car crashed in Indianapolis in November.
House Democrats unveiled their road funding plan, billing it “No New Taxes.” Instead, Democrats want to halt future tax cuts to help pay for their plan.
This session’s major road funding bill cleared its first legislative hurdle as the House Roads Committee approved the measure, largely along party lines.
The city says Isolux Corsan announced Section 5 won't be complete until Aug. 2018. The Indiana Finance Authority says that's not true.
Construction on the project began in 2003 and was beset by numerous delays.