More than 15,000 Hoosiers are without power after heavy snowfall and subzero temperatures hit the state.
Almost 40,000 homes in Indiana are without power after temperatures dropped below zero and several inches of snow fell throughout the state.
The number of homes without power is slowly decreasing, but several counties still report thousands of homes still in the dark.
Close to 11,000 Indiana residents lost power during severe weather Thursday night, including wind guests over 70 mph and tornado watches.
The Environmental Protection Agency says the standards will help combat climate change, but Governor Mike Pence says the proposal could hurt Indiana's economy.
We talked with Mayor Bennett about Terre Haute's colleges, oil exploration and recycling programs.
Duke Energy has agreed to close part of its coal-burning power plant and allocate more resources to renewable energy.
The utility companies did not use all of the money they collected from rate-payers last year to fund energy efficiency programs.
A Sierra Club report indicates 16 coal plants in Indiana are discharging toxic metals into rivers.
The coal gasification plant that has been in construction for the past five years is operating commercially.