Two people said they should be allowed to attend church services even when they are held on the same property as schools under Indiana’s law.
The ruling is part of a lawsuit over whether DNR could regulate or ban the hunting of captive deer.
Charles W. Provance went missing Wednesday afternoon. Police believed he could have needed medical attention.
As part of the agreement, the 22 year-old foreign exchange student will return immediately to China upon his conviction.
The state won’t have to pay any more damages from the 2011 deadly Indiana State Fair stage collapse under a decision by the state Supreme Court.
Truck and engine maker Navistar has shuttered its foundry in Indianapolis, leaving all but 20 of the remaining 160 employees without jobs.
The five routes include Indiana 37. Federal and state officials identified that state highway in 2004 as the best possible route to complete the roughly 142-mile I-69 extension between Evansville and Indianapolis.
The state previously issued a complaint against the South Bend clinic in February after it failed to address 27 deficiencies identified in an October inspection.
Some big changes are about to take effect concerning teen drivers in Indiana. The new laws address cell phones, nighttime driving, and passenger restrictions.
A state lawmaker says a newly dedicated $375 million wind farm is the largest economic development project to date in an eastern Indiana county.
The state has identified about $545 million in outstanding tax liabilities that may be eligible for some taxpayer relief when paid in full during the program.
The founder of a pot-smoking Indianapolis church that was formed to test the state’s new religious objections law says his congregants won’t use marijuana at their first church service after authorities threatened arrests.