The state will have to provide funding to refugee resettlement organizations while the legal battle over money for resettlement continues.
Nashville approved its first-ever tax abatement; two lawsuits have been filed in federal court against Medical Informatics Engineering.
A former assistant jail commander is suing the Vigo County Sheriff’s Office over his firing; a digital marketing company has selected Indy for its headquarters.
A law professor predicts a suit alleging a county employee was fired because she refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples faces an uphill battle.
A Harrison County employee alleges she was fired after she refused to issue same-sex marriage licenses because of her religious beliefs.
The ACLU filed a lawsuit on behalf of a caseworker who says she’s supervising 43 children when state law says she shouldn’t be overseeing more than 17.
The EPA recently finalized a rule broadening the definition of “waters of the United States.”
Legislators will debate over Indiana's smoking ban; the House could vote on a bill about the approval of disease therapies. Read more in our morning roundup.
The response maintains Kokomo used federals funds to purchase land and demolish homes without prior approval from FEMA or the state.
Standard & Poors will pay a total of $1.38 billion in a settlement in a case alleging the company inflated credit ratings.