How a legislative compromise over LGBT rights could impact transgender people and what’s behind new water requirements and how the changes impact ratepayers.
Best estimates from the state indicate Indiana’s water utilities need around $15 billion to improve their infrastructure.
The nationwide halt comes after Indiana and 17 other states filed a legal challenge against the new rule.
Lake Monroe is sitting at more than 10 feet above its normal pool level.
The EPA recently finalized a rule broadening the definition of “waters of the United States.”
The legislation requires owners of above ground storage tanks that are near a public water source to report what’s in those tanks — such as hazardous chemicals.
Chamber officials says if legislation doesn't make water supply a priority, Indiana could lose business.
The gap between the rich and poor is having a ripple effect on Indiana's economy and is economic growth sustainable without a water management strategy.
A report released Friday claims Indiana faces serious water resource challenges if state officials don't take action.
A report shows that in 2012, Indiana was worst in the nation for amount of pollution dumped into waterways.