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.
The law bars the sale of certain compounds and look-alikes, while allowing the pharmacy board to add new compounds to the list of banned substances.
Several presidential candidates are visiting Indiana within the next two months.
The Indiana Supreme Court will decide today whether or not the state still owes damages to the victims of the stage collapse at the 2011 Indiana State Fair.
Jordyn Polet was one of dozens of people injured in a 2011 stage collapse at the State Fair.