The EPA’s new power plant rule aims to cut carbon dioxide emissions in the Hoosier State by about 28 percent by 2030.
Indiana University economists say Indiana will see modest economic growth next year; the Hoosier State and 22 others filed another challenge to an EPA rule.
Out of the $16 billion in food that Hoosiers purchase, only about 10 percent of it comes from Indiana.
Indiana was part of an effort to block the EPA’s power plant rule before it became final.
The nationwide halt comes after Indiana and 17 other states filed a legal challenge against the new rule.
Indiana doctors are reporting that they are seeing more cases of the respiratory illness, pneumonia this year.
Some Indiana mayors are urging to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to take a stronger stand for clean air.
Citizens Energy's request for a rate hike to repair century-old water lines in Indianapolis could be the first of many around the state.
New EPA rules regulating tributaries and ditches are set to go into effect Friday, even as several states have filed a lawsuit aimed at overturning them.
The race for governor is narrowing. New rules that would regulate waterways are set to take effect this month. And winding the Monroe County Courthouse clock.