Three Indiana school corporations will ask voters this month to approve major construction projects.
From 2009 to 2012, the number of titles the state processed rose almost 9 percent.
The Indiana Soybean Alliance plans to study whether building a facility to produce fish feed would be economically viable in Indiana.
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management was letting ethanol plants in the state release more than two times EPA-allowed emissions.
The Indianapolis Power and Light Company plant is expected to be complete by 2017.
To make up for two days of suspended testing, the state is extending the testing window an extra three days.
Hostess Brands announced this week it plans to open a bakery in Indianapolis and union workers hope that means they will get their jobs back.
Some lawmaker hope to revisit bill that would have made it a crime for activists to take photos at farms and publish them in an attempt to hurt the business.
The bill provides tax breaks and credits to the state’s riverboats and racetrack casinos.
The $30 billion budget provides a 5 percent income tax cut and increases funding to roads and education.