Indiana can’t use its preferred choice of lethal injection drug after the state Court of Appeals ruled it didn’t use the proper rulemaking procedure.
The Court of Appeals ruled former Governor Mike Pence did not have to disclose certain documents related to challenging President Obama’s immigration orders.
The Indiana Court of Appeals ruled the boundary is the natural Ordinary High Water Mark where the beach ends and dunes and vegetation begin.
The first woman convicted of feticide has been re-sentenced to 18 months after the conviction was overturned.
An Indiana couple wants the state supreme court to weigh in on whether newborn blood samples can be destroyed.
The lawsuit revolved around the 2011 State Fair stage collapse.
Indiana counties are asking the state Supreme Court to restore their right to fire employees without having to defend it in court.
The Indiana Court of Appeals says a surrogate mother is the legal parent of a child that was conceived using another woman’s eggs.
That approval of a rate hike was on appeal when news broke that the hearing officer in the rate case had been negotiating the terms of a job offer with Duke.
The plan has natural gas customers paying the difference if the state fails to make a profit off of natural gas purchases.