The court is determining whether a contract between the state and the company in charge of the coal gasification plant is valid.
The detour proved timely when federal prosecutors accused the head of the Indianapolis Land Bank and other officials of taking part in a kickback scheme.
Residents say they worry the 4,400-head hog farm will overuse water resources and cause a decline in property values.
Col. Wayne Black is being promoted to become the Indiana National Guard's first African-American brigadier general.
Reimbursement rates to hospitals were cut 5 percent in 2010. The state plans to restoring 2 percent of those cuts next year.
Existing programs must implement the changes before the state conducts on-site inspections later this year.
After an Indiana bill was passed earlier this year blocking the Common Core, Michigan last week passed a budget that defunded implementation.
Indiana Department of Transportation officials say they anticipated sinkholes along I-69 and are working to fill them.
Gov. Mike Pence says if former convicts are employed, they are less likely to return to jail, which saves the state money.
With current treasurer Richard Mourdock term-limited, the race for state treasurer is wide open in 2014.