Representatives from the Office of the Indiana Attorney General collected prescription drugs from Terre Haute residents Friday.
Attorney General Curtis Hill remains defiant despite growing pressure for him to resign amid groping allegations. There are several — albeit rarely used — ways the Legislature could oust Hill from office.
Bloomington’s mayor regularly says his administration is built on transparency, but some residents say a number of recent controversies show that’s not really the case.
Orange County is joining a class-action lawsuit against the federal government seeking to recover its property tax losses from a federal program.
Gov. Eric Holcomb says he had no choice but to call for Attorney General Curtis Hill’s resignation, because Holcomb says he believes the four women who’ve accused Hill of groping them at a party in March.
U.S. Sen. Todd Young (R-Ind.) says he pushes his Congressional colleagues to use evidence-based decisions when it comes to policy making.
The EPA on Wednesday eased rules for handling toxic coal ash from more than 400 U.S. coal-fired power plants. Indiana has more coal ash ponds than any other state.
Rural Indiana fire departments are struggling to meet the demand of their communities. The Paoli Town Council is proposing incentives, like a tax break, to bring in new recruits.
The appeals hearing for the West First Street addiction treatment center is now postponed until August 23rd.
Lawyers for Attorney General Curtis Hill sought to discredit parts of a leaked report that contains sexual misconduct allegations against Hill.