Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill filed an appeal in a case involving a man who was detained at the request of immigration officials.
Curtis Hill is challenging a settlement barring the Marion County Sheriff's Office from detaining people based solely on requests from immigration officials.
Curtis Hill wants to appeal a settlement that bars the Marion County Sheriff's office from detaining people based solely on requests by immigration officials.
Sex offenders can attend church services across the state after a ruling by the Indiana Court of Appeals yesterday.
A federal judge initially halted the 2016 bill’s major provisions before they took effect last year.
Federal Judge Sarah Evans Barker halted three provisions of Indiana’s 2017 anti-abortion law dealing with underage girls who seek abortions.
A federal judge seemed skeptical of some of the state’s arguments for upholding broad portions of the legislation passed this year.
Students at a suburban Indiana high school who were told they couldn't hang a pro-abortion rights sign in the cafeteria are turning to the courts.
The order Trump signed Monday replaces his previous travel ban and no longer includes Iraq.
A cross has returned to a Christmas tree in a central Indiana town, despite a lawsuit by the American Civil Liberties Union.