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.
In a 3-2 decision, the state Supreme Court decided the fines imposed on Democrats for walking out of the statehouse are a legislative, not a judicial matter.
The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that naturally occurring, isolated genes cannot be patented, but those that have been altered can be protected.
A judge has ruled a suit filed by the United Steelworkers against Indiana's right-to-work law can continue.
The Bloomington-Monroe County planning organization will again vote in a couple of weeks on whether to include I-69 in its Transportation Improvement Plan.
The state attorney general’s office says more than 150 students using vouchers began school this week.
The Indiana Democratic Party – which filed the complaint against White – appealed the Commission’s ruling in Marion Circuit Court Thursday.
In the ruling, the judge said that could encompass those who haven’t broken the law, rendering it problematic.
Planned Parenthood of Indiana President Betty Cockrum said that while her staff may be uncomfortable with the law, they will abide by it.