The Indiana Supreme Court held an oral argument in the state’s original courtroom in Corydon to celebrate the state's bicentennial.
Citizen advocacy groups filed a lawsuit to gain access to emails between a House Republican legislator and utility companies.
Brent Dickson is set to retire at the end of the month.
This will be Pence’s first appointment to the state’s highest court.
With the United States Supreme Court granting a stay on the Clean Power Plan, groups on both sides of the aisle are planning for a long battle ahead.
In the year of the state’s Bicentennial, the court system will seek to be, in her words, more nimble, affordable, accessible and user-friendly.
Gov. Pence's stance on civil protections for LGBT Hoosiers is drawing the ire of state Democrats.
Indiana's higher court vacancies are increasing the workload for current and future appointees.
The Indiana Supreme Court established a Court Interpreter Program in 2002 and has certified 107 interpreters in nine languages.
Dickson will retire as the second-longest serving justice in the state's history.