The Indiana Supreme Court has ruled that the Lake Michigan town of Ogden Dunes can keep homeowners from renting their houses to vacationers.The Post-Tribune of Merrillville reports the high court has ruled that the town's ordinance clearly states residential homes can't be used for commercial purpos
The U.S. Justice Department is coming to the defense of Planned Parenthood of Indiana. The state's governor recently signed a law blocking federal money from going to the agency.Late Thursday, the U.S.
A strike by construction workers has halted progress on numerous road projects across northern Indiana. Three contractors groups and the union have yet to agree on new contracts after the previous ones expired May 31.
The legal battle to restore funding to Planned Parenthood of Indiana continued in an Indianapolis federal courtroom Monday morning.
Lawyers for Planned Parenthood and the American Civil Liberties Union are seeking an injunction to restore $3 million dollars in federal Medicaid funding.
It’s been a while since Indiana reported revenues exceeding projections, but that’s what happened in May.Indiana’s State Budget Agency reported today that the state took in $1.2 billion, roughly $151 million more than forecasters projected.The increase covers a nearly $90 million revenue shortfall i
While many states struggle to fill budget gaps, the state of Indiana took in $150 million more than expected during the month of May. State officials reported Friday that sales tax collections were $28 million above May collections last year.
Tyona Wesley says she’s happy for same-sex couples who can now join in civil unions in Illinois.The 36-year-old wishes her own state of Indiana were as open, but Hoosier lawmakers are actually pushing hard to make sure its ban of same-sex civil unions can never be changed. Wesley, who lives in