An Indianapolis legislator says the death of two highway workers last week suggests the state needs to do more to make work zones safer.
Prosecutor Terry Curry calls it a plot for more than $300,000 in insurance money.
The reports from two investigations into the state fair stage collapse will be released today.
Two women are facing fraud charges after officials say they tried to take money from the State Fair Remembrance Fund.
David Lott Hardy has yet to surrender to law enforcement, but his lawyer is negotiating a time for the former official to turn himself in.
The family of a man killed in the State Fair disaster has filed a tort claim notice, a first step toward a lawsuit against the state of Indiana.
Secretary of State Charlie White's attorney says the trial was delayed to give White's counsel more time to prepare.
Wyss calls moving the lab to state control perhaps the most important issue the general assembly will deal with this year.
A Marion County grand jury has returned an eight-count indictment against Omnisource.