As Illinois legislators continue to quarrel over the budget and delay lottery payments, the Hoosier Lottery is cashing in.
A rash of brain cancer cases in one Indiana county has health officials concerned.
A missing ingredient in some asphalt used for nearly 200 Indiana road projects could prompt the state to have to repair certain roads long before projections.
As part of its contract to manage the lottery, management firm GTECH set revenue goals it had to meet or pay a penalty to the state.
The lottery is expected to lose about $500,000 on the game.
The Hoosier Lottery generated $250 million in surplus revenue for Indiana during the 2014 budget year.
The Mega Millions jackpot is currently $636 million, one of the highest in history.
Karl Browning previously served as INDOT Commissioner from 2006 to 2009 under former Governor Mitch Daniels.
Wednesday's Powerball jackpot is currently at an estimated $550 million, but experts says the odds of winning are one in 175 million.
The Indiana Lottery Commission has voted to hire GTECH to manage the state's lottery in hopes of boosting revenue.