A legislative study committee heard testimony on wind energy, potential conflicts of interests, and how a controversial new law will impact schools.
Wind energy overtook hydroelectric at the end of 2016 to lead the renewable energy market.
2,000 homes and businesses in Indianapolis are still without power, and as many as 31,000 people were without electricity over the weekend.
Severe thunderstorm and flood warnings have been issued today.
This week the Environmental Protection Agency unveiled a new set of proposed regulations for existing coal-fired power plants.
15,000 claims were filed in 2013 in Indiana after wind and hail damaged Indiana homes.
The first touched down near Elizabeth in Harrison County, and the second twister landed near West Baden Springs in Orange County.
Severe storms expected over parts of the Ohio Valley this afternoon.
Estimated winds at the fair grounds were 60 to 70 MPH… that’s the same as an F-0 category tornado.
According to Columbus and Greensburg Police Departments, there were no reported deaths or injuries.