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.
Thousands of Hoosiers have just a few days left to sign up for health insurance. And could underground mine water be the answer to dwindling water resources?