According to studies, opioid abuse is now the leading cause of death among people younger than 50 in Indiana.
Attorneys for a transgender man who challenged an Ind. law that prevents him from changing his first name have urged an appeals court to reinstate his lawsuit.
The lawsuit argues Starbucks doesn’t have grounds to break its leases on 78 Teavana stores at Simon-owned malls, including five stores in Indiana.
The complaint challenges Indiana's law on the grounds that it violates the Voting Rights Act and places an undue burden on the right to vote.
The parents of a black teenager who was fatally shot by Indianapolis police after an alleged carjacking are suing the city and several police officers.
The government continues to oppose intervention by a group of East Chicago residents, who are asking for a larger role in the clean up of their neighborhood.
The Maryland family is seeking damages after they say their son tore a ligament in his knee at a university football camp.
The parent of a Vigo County first grader is suing the child’s teacher and principal because she says they forced him to say the Pledge of Allegiance
The Ellettsville plan commission faces a lawsuit from a Bloomington development company after denying plans for a new apartment complex.
The lawsuit claims the legislation is unconstitutional because it targets Bloomington alone and because the language was inserted into the budget bill.