Because of their variety, the new bills impact virtually everyone in some way.
The Clean Cities program works with both private and public groups to help them find the best solution for their situation.
Wednesday has been declared a day to focus on public transit, instead of less green personal alternatives which consume more fuel.
Indiana residents can now use the free online service, saving them $4 per record.
The university will place representatives in five regions of the country to attract more students from outside Indiana.
The Indiana State Police will be cracking down on impaired drivers this weekend.
Indiana legislators are considering a new rule that would limit cell phone use while driving for motorists of all ages.
Marc Lotter, spokesman for Mayor Greg Ballard says police patrols, snowplow drivers and pothole crews will not be cut back because of expensive gas prices.
Regular gas is more than three-thirty a gallon in some spots across Indiana. Analysts say the unrest in the Middle East is fueling the spikes.
A new study shows driving home after pulling an all-nighter at the library can be as dangerous as driving after a night of drinking.