As the Supreme Court hears the lawsuit out of Wisconsin, Hoosier advocates hope it spurs change in Indiana.
The lawsuit was prompted by new state legislation to allow the state to collect online sales taxes…if such a lawsuit is successful.
Indiana law allows a judge to sentence those over the age of 16 to life without parole for a murder conviction.
An Ind. law banning robocalls will stand after a seven-year legal battle, after the U.S. Supreme Court decided this week not to review the case.
The Religious Freedom Restoration Act prohibits state laws that "substantially burden" a person's ability to follow his or her religious beliefs.
A man claims the Evansville Police Department used unreasonable force when a SWAT team and flash-bang grenades were used to serve a search warrant.
The Indiana Supreme Court affirmed Monday that gun violence victims can’t get monetary damages from gun stores that illegally sell firearms.
The finalists are vying to replace retiring Justice Robert Rucker, who is stepping down in May after 26 years on the bench.
Gov. Eric Holcomb will soon find out which three candidates he’ll choose from to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Robert Rucker.
Donnelly announced Sunday he will support Judge Neil Gorsuch.