Unions representing teachers with the Anderson, Avon and Martinsville school districts and the teachers who lead them filed the lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Indianapolis.
Local tech vets join forces on platform to tackle unsolved crimes
The three co-founders of Uncovered.com have launched a crowd-funding initiative to raise money for their tech startup, which is focused on cracking unsolved missing persons and murder cases.Read More
With Pittman family suits settled, developments in Carmel, Zionsville to proceed
The five children of late heart surgeon and real estate developer John N. Pittman have reached a legal agreement after years of fighting over the management of their father’s estate. As a result, The Bridges in Carmel and The Farm at Zionsville can proceed.Read More
Pot users welcome: Amazon to stop testing jobseekers for cannabis
The company, the second-largest private employer in the United States behind Walmart, is making the change as states legalize cannabis or introduce laws banning employers from testing for it.Read More
Feds launch investigation of Lilly factory in New Jersey
Eli Lilly on Thursday said in a government filing that it has received a subpoena from the U.S. Justice Department for documents related to the factory and is cooperating with the investigation.Read More
The bill would lead to Juneteenth becoming the 12th federal holiday. It is expected to easily pass the House, which would send it to President Joe Biden for his signature.
In a scathing ruling Saturday, U.S. District Judge Lynn Hughes of Houston deemed lead plaintiff Jennifer Bridges’ contention that the vaccines are “experimental and dangerous” to be false and otherwise irrelevant.
Law enforcement agencies across the country experienced a wave of retirements and departures in the year since George Floyd’s death. Meanwhile, hiring has slowed.
An Indiana man whose $35,000 Land Rover was seized after his arrest for selling heroin will get to keep the vehicle, the Indiana Supreme Court ruled Thursday, more than two years after the U.S. Supreme Court sided with him in a key ruling on criminal fines.
Zionsville Mayor Emily Styron filed the lawsuit in March after the town council unanimously denied her request to demote Zionsville Fire Department Chief James VanGorder.
In addition to more money for IMPD, the proposal includes spending on domestic violence reduction, mental health capabilities and juvenile intervention.
The program was established in 2015 after Scott County generated national headlines for racking up more than 237 cases of HIV in a single year, in a county of just 24,000 people.
IU announced Tuesday that students and employees would be able to attest to their vaccination without having to provide documentation of having received the shots, as was required under the previous policy announced May 21.
The Supreme Court is leaving in place a verdict in favor of women who claim they developed ovarian cancer from using Johnson & Johnson talc products.
The case features an array of high-profile attorneys, some in unusual alliances, including former independent counsel Kenneth Starr, who is representing the women who sued Johnson & Johnson.
Ashley HomeStore has agreed to pay an Indiana Army National guardsman $6,000 after he alleged he was fired from the store’s Greenwood location after returning from active duty.
Like its Big Tech counterparts Facebook, Google and Apple, Amazon faces multiple legal and political offensives from Congress, federal and state regulators and European watchdogs.
Former Muncie Mayor Dennis Tyler, 78, admitted to receiving $5,238 to steer Public Board of Works contracts to an unnamed company.
Indiana’s attorney general argues in new legal filings that the governor is wrongly trying to use the courts to expand his powers with a lawsuit challenging the authority state legislators have given themselves to intervene during public emergencies.
The Indiana Northern District Court, however, is continuing to require face coverings in most situations.
The incident occurred under the entrance canopy at the Fairfield Inn & Suites, across from the Indiana State Museum and near White River State Park.
Epic Games, maker of the popular video game Fortnite, is trying to topple the so-called “walled garden” for iPhone and iPad apps that welcomes users and developers while keeping competition out.
Joshua Payne-Elliott, a foreign language and social studies teacher, sued the archdiocese after his contract with Cathedral High School was terminated in June 2019 for being in a same-sex marriage.
As part of his battle with the Legislature over executive powers, Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb is accusing Attorney General Todd Rokita of creating a legal fiction in order to expand the attorney general’s “authority beyond his statutory duties and powers.”