Lake Superior Judge John Sedia is set to decide in coming days whether a lawsuit seeking to eliminate the vehicle emissions testing mandate in Lake and Porter counties can go forward.
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A group of landlords will get a chance to argue the City of Hammond owes each of them a $75 refund for rental registration fees paid in 2015 they claim exceeded the $5 maximum permitted by state law.
The selection of a new Lake Superior Court judge is likely to continue without interruption after a lawsuit challenging the appointment process was revised to no longer apply to the current vacancy.
Newton County Commissioner Kyle Conrad said his more than three decades of experience in election administration makes him eminently qualified to serve as Indiana's chief elections officer.
The Indiana Farm Bureau is urging the 2022 General Assembly to enact policies maintaining the viability of rural communities amid an exodus of residents and businesses to suburban and urban areas.
State health records show a total of 2,408 Hoosiers were hospitalized with COVID-19 as of Friday.
The order withdrawing the ruling follows an article in The Times suggesting the appeals court may have mistakenly applied the 2021 eminent domain statute, instead of the law in effect in 2019.
Counselors have reported not only is call volume increasing, so is the critical nature of the calls. Prevalent issues include depression, anxiety, feelings of being overwhelmed, and loneliness.
Delegates to the Republican State Convention on June 18 in Indianapolis now only will have four candidates among which to choose the party's nominee for state treasurer.