The taxi drivers say the Speedway police took their licenses without cause on the Indy 500 race day.
Zoeller charges that Kirk used school corporation funds to pay for personal expenses such as restaurant bills, jewelry, household appliances, and groceries.
Attorneys made their closing arguments in court regarding the dispute between the state and IBM, which was hired to remodel Indiana's welfare system.
Two Richland Township employees were paid for what should have been unpaid leave.
A judge ruled Thursday that INDOT does have a right to be on the land, even though it is owned by a private citizen.
The International Union of Operating Engineers Local 150 has filed suit saying the newly passed right-to-work legislation is illegal.
Indiana is one of 26 states that filed a lawsuit in federal court questioning the constitutionality of the health care law.
Planned Parenthood filed a suit in May saying the state has violated federal law in trying to defund the organization.
The School Board approved the plan to file suit by a 4-3 vote.
Opponents of a proposed coal-gasification plant in Edwardsport are putting together a suit to block the plant's construction.