A judge ordered the Bureau of Motor Vehicles in May to reinstate its personalized license plate program and develop less arbitrary means of approving plates.
A judicial report found that of all civil lawsuits in Indiana last year, 60 percent of people went unrepresented.
A Harrison County judge has ruled the state Department of Natural Resources overstepped its authority by trying to regulate the hunting preserves.
A judge has ruled the state department in charge of environmental permits did not properly assess the impact the mine could have on water quality.
Owen County plans to add a new circuit court judge, but the price tag of the expansion is not yet decided.
A judge this week decided the state should have looked at this year’s enrollment, rather than last's, when distributing funding to the schools
A judge has ruled a suit filed by the United Steelworkers against Indiana's right-to-work law can continue.
The Supreme Court ruled at the end of June that unwarranted arrests of suspected violators of immigration laws are unconstitutional.
A Marion Superior Court judge ruled that Mayor Greg Ballard cannot continue with the closure of the Project School until a court decision Monday.
Charlie White will remain Secretary of State for the present time.