The demise of Indiana's hate crimes bill. Proposed legislation would allow logging on private land. And how craft breweries are preparing for Sunday sales.
The bill would stop local governments from being able to regulate logging or mineral extraction on private property.
Local governments would be unable to regulate timber harvests on private property under a measure that passed out of committee Monday.
Lawmakers are again attempting to set aside a portion of state forests to be protected from timber harvests.
State officials say eight masked individuals were issued warnings for criminal trespassing at the site of a logging operation in Yellowwood State Forest.
Protests against timber harvest in Yellowwood State Forest have mostly died off as logging crews began working this week.
The DNR is confirming reports from an environmental group that logging is underway in a section of the Yellowwood State Forest.
The Hoosier Environmental Council wants to reach out to conservative voters to help accomplish its goals as it heads into the 2018 legislative session.
The Indiana Tourism Association is asking Gov. Eric Holcomb to halt a planned timber harvest in two state forests, joining hundreds protesting the plan.
The lawsuit alleged the company engaged in damaging logging practices and breached its contract.