The parties involved in a lawsuit filed after the Indiana State Fair stage collapse in 2011 are nearing a settlement.
Indiana reached a settlement with tobacco companies Thursday that will pay the state $93 million this year and $124 million next year.
The money was supposed to be used for smoking cessation and other health programs.
Duke Energy has agreed to close part of its coal-burning power plant and allocate more resources to renewable energy.
A lawsuit filed in 2009 claims the Indiana State Teachers Association defrauded school employees out of $27 million.
Drug maker Pfizer has agreed to settle after marketing its pharmaceutical products for uses other than what has been approved by the FDA.
The Indiana Symphony Orchestra locked out the orchestra's musicians after union negotiations failed.
At least 51 of the 62 state fair stage collapse victims have agreed not to sue the staging companies in exchange for additional settlement fees.
A settlement has been signed that will cut emissions from the highly-polluting tar sands oil project in Northwest Indiana.
Duke Energy has agreed to absorb some of the costs it would take to build a new gasification plant in Edwardsport.