The ruling overturns 147-year-old precedent of making defendants in murder cases win the right to post bond.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Ball State is not liable because the person accused of creating a racially hostile work environment was not a supervisor.
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.
Sen. Jim Merritt says neither side in a case involving a proposed coal gasification plant in Rockport has any idea what the Supreme Court will decide.
The court is determining whether a contract between the state and the company in charge of the coal gasification plant is valid.
The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing a case questioning a New York town's practice of praying before each town board meeting.
In a statement released on his Facebook page, Senator Joe Donnelly said he opposes amending both the Indiana and U.S. constitutions to ban same-sex marriage.
An IU education policy director says what happens at a Senate Education Committee meeting Wednesday could be a harbinger for school voucher expansion.
Vernon Bowman used seeds from crops he grew at his Southwest Indiana farm, but those seeds were patented by Monsanto, a company that quickly sued Bowman.