New Indiana laws are in effect, job discrimination legislation for veterans and how Indiana coal industry communities are preparing for new EPA regulations.
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that the EPA could change emission thresholds for certain industries.
This week the Environmental Protection Agency unveiled a new set of proposed regulations for existing coal-fired power plants.
In 2012 the Environmental Protection Agency put emission standards in place for coal fired power plants, and Indiana is one state appealing the new rules.
The Perry K Steam Plant is converting from coal to natural gas to comply with new Environmental Protection Agency emission standards.
A report from the Indiana Geological Survey estimates up to 172 billion gallons of untapped water is being held in the state’s underground mines.
A new study suggests Hoosiers support underground carbon capture programs, but they wouldn't want such a power plant near them.
Six out of 101 train cars derailed early Wednesday morning, causing some power outages.
The Environmental Protection Agency says the standards will help combat climate change, but Governor Mike Pence says the proposal could hurt Indiana's economy.
A coal to natural gas plant that could be built in Rockport is in the hands of the Indiana Supreme Court.