Two Department of Child Services employees say they worked long hours, including responding to emergencies after only being allowed a few hours for sleep.
Two companies and a resident of Indianapolis filed a lawsuit challenging the legality of last month's $112 million with Covanta.
The parties involved in a lawsuit filed after the Indiana State Fair stage collapse in 2011 are nearing a settlement.
The lawsuit comes just days after Howard County Judge William Menges filed an order of direct contempt of court against the Mayor of Kokomo.
The Exponent wants video footage of an incident between a photographer and police to be made public.
The Indiana stores are continuing their fight against a law that only allows liquor stores to sell cold beer.
A lawsuit alleges the Indiana Department of Child Services has not been paying adoptive parents subsidies even though money is available.
The Indiana Supreme Court plans to hear arguments Sept. 4 regarding the state's right to work law.
The civil case is against two men who were allegedly involved in IU student Lauren Spierer's disappearance nearly three years ago.
A U.S. district court judge ruled today that Indiana must recognize the out-of-state marriage of a woman who has stage four ovarian cancer.