Messel’s public defender argues some evidence should not have been allowed because it invited the jury to speculate about the missing murder weapon.
A former part-time instructor in South Bend accused Ivy Tech Community College in her suit of not hiring her full-time because she's lesbian.
The lawsuit alleges Lauren's friends were negligent in providing her alcohol when she was noticeably intoxicated.
Former Secretary of State Charlie White's sentence, which includes one year of home detention, will remain in place.
Ten states filed a brief that supports Indiana's appeal of a federal judge's ruling striking down the ban on same-sex marriage.
The Indiana Court of Appeals Thursday ruled that tech giant IBM did breach its welfare management contract with Indiana.
The state signed a $1 billion contract with the company in 2006 but canceled the contract three years later.
An appeals court ruling indicates a lower court was wrong to say federal law superseded Indiana's regulation of certain automated calls.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit says Indiana does not provide some sex offenders due process to challenge mistakes in the state's registry.
"When you hear about a ruling in the appeal of the healthcare lawsuit from the Federal Appeals Court of Atlanta, your ears should perk up."