The utility company originally planned to inspect about 300 manholes, but decided to bring in out-of-state crews to conduct inspections on more than 1,200 manholes following a series of explosions.
Because Four Winds Casino would be on land-in-trust controlled by a Native American tribe, it would not be subject to the same tax and regulatory system as other casinos in Indiana.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence defended the new state law that's garnered widespread criticism over concerns it could foster discrimination and said Sunday on national TV that it wasn't a mistake to have enacted it.
The governor said he's been in discussions with legislative leaders this weekend. He expects that a clarification bill will be introduced this coming week to the Religious Freedom Restoration Act he signed Thursday.
The main driver of colleges getting out of the insurance business is a provision in the Affordable Care Act that prevents students from using premium tax subsidies to purchase insurance from their college or university.
Supporters of the bill that Republican Gov. Mike Pence signed Thursday say discrimination claims are overblown. They maintain courts haven't allowed that to happen under similar laws covering the federal government and in 19 other states.
Officials say repairs to the Soldiers and Sailors Monument in downtown Indianapolis won't be done before this May's Indianapolis 500 activities as hoped.
Economic growth for all of 2014 was also unchanged at 2.4 percent, only a tiny improvement from the 2.2-percent growth seen in 2013. For the past five years, growth has averaged a subpar 2.2 percent.
Indiana lawmakers will have a slightly extended break from the Statehouse while the NCAA men's basketball Final Four is in Indianapolis.
NCAA President Mark Emmert says the association is keeping an eye on the impact of the "Religious Freedom Restoration" bill that Gov. Mike Pence signed into law Thursday.
Indianapolis Power & Light Co. said Thursday it has enlisted 50 technicians from Ohio and Illinois to help inspect about 1,300 manholes and vaults in the utility's downtown underground network.
Former Indiana Republican Chairman Eric Holcomb, State Sen. Mike Delph and Congressman Todd Young have all expressed an interest in succeeding Sen. Dan Coats.
Gov. Mike Pence's spokeswoman said the governor has planned a private ceremony for Thursday to sign the measure, which has come under fire from numerous business groups and leaders.
The Supreme Court is giving a former UPS driver another chance to prove her claim of discrimination after the company did not offer her lighter duty when she was pregnant.
A nearly 300-acre plume of tainted groundwater in Kokomo has been added to the federal Superfund program's priority list that seeks to move along investigations of industrial contamination.
Indiana lawmakers say a provision that would allow government entities to charge a $20 search fee for records requests that take longer than two hours will be removed from a proposal.
The decision stems from a case involving the Franklin Township school district in Indianapolis, which was sued after it eliminated free bus service for the 2011-2012 school year.
U.S. Sen. Dan Coats of Indiana announced Tuesday that he would retire at the end of his term rather than seek re-election in 2016. His announcement opens the way for what could be a lively GOP primary to replace him.
A proposal aimed at giving terminally ill patients in Indiana easier access to experimental drugs not yet on pharmacy shelve is about to become law.
Steak n Shake will enter IndyCar this year as primary sponsor for Graham Rahal for five races, including the Indianapolis 500.
A half-mile long and more than a million square feet in size, the former BorgWarner Automotive plant is a fading landmark in Muncie where more than 5,000 used to work. Today, the building is on sale for $1.75 per square foot.
Three weeks into his tenure at Anderson University, John Pistole is embarked on a crash course about how to be a university president and is relishing the challenge.
No NFL games will be blocked from local television next season, the league said Monday at the owners' meetings. The teams voted for a one-year suspension of the long-standing blackout policy for the preseason and regular season.
Republicans cast all the "yes" votes as House members voted 63-31 to support the bill that would prohibit any state laws that "substantially burden" a person's ability to follow his or her religious beliefs.
Efforts to expand Indiana adoptees' access to more than 50 years of sealed records hit a snag Monday after an aide to Gov. Mike Pence raised concerns about how the plan could impact biological mothers.