A class action law suit filed accused the BMV of overcharging fees and failing to pay timely refunds.
Indiana environmental officials and Republican Gov. Mike Pence are pushing back against new rules proposed by the federal Environmental Protection Agency that would reduce the amount of ozone levels allowed in the atmosphere.
The Fort Wayne-based utility says the new loan term closed last week and increased bank funding to $200 million. Indiana Michigan Power has more than 582,000 customers.
A northern Indiana judge rejected an argument by a man who asked that his marijuana possession charge be reduced from a felony to a misdemeanor because he follows the Rastafarian faith.
Police posted a message about the tortoise on social media, and officials say Alfred’s owner came forward to claim him a few hours later.
Carpenter was able to get out of his car after the crash. He walked on his own to the ambulance. Officials say he is expected to be OK.
An Indianapolis half-marathon hailed as the nation’s largest since 2012 could lose that status amid a drop in the number of finishers.
Kentucky State Police spokesman Joe Veeneman says Akers was minister at the Vanceburg Christian Church at the time of the alleged abuse.
Indiana Limestone officials said the company is on track to excavate 2 million cubic feet of limestone this year — more than double 2013’s pre-bankruptcy figure of 900,000 cubic feet.
U.S. Steel says the layoffs are temporary.
Qualifying was postponed Saturday due to rain.
The 21-year-old student, William Meckling, died after falling off the Joyce Center’s roof.