Attorney General Greg Zoeller says he is asking national experts to help address the threat of Asian carp in Indiana waters.
Zoeller says the state returned almost 45 million dollars to Hoosiers last year, and says that‘s only a fraction of what the state is holding.
The suit alleges Standard & Poor’s gave its clients better financial ratings, thereby misleading investors.
The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing a case questioning a New York town's practice of praying before each town board meeting.
Hoosiers’ private information such as addresses and social security numbers may have been published online after being gathered for a federal program.
The Attorney General’s office has received more than 5,000 complaints this year from consumers who received a telemarketing call.
The state’s attorney general says he is prepared to defend a new law aimed at stopping the sale of synthetic drugs if it is challenged in court.
Greg Zoeller will participate in a panel at the Robocall Summit, hosted by the Federal Trade Commission in the nation’s capital.
The results could serve as a guide for responding to future tragedies.
Bloomington residents will have a new way to report crimes thanks to a donation from the federal government.