The former congresswoman and the retired federal judge wrote in a column that they are “deeply concerned” about Attorney General Todd Rokita’s actions toward Dr. Caitlin Bernard, the Indiana physician who performed an abortion on a 10-year-old Ohio girl.
American Senior Communities agrees to pay $5.6M to settle false claims allegations
American Senior Communities, the largest nursing home company in Indiana, has agreed to the settlement to resolve allegations that it violated federal laws by submitting false claims to the Medicare program.Read More
Police release details of Greenwood mall shooting, including identities of shooter, ‘good Samaritan’
Greenwood officials disclosed Monday afternoon that the shooter who killed three people at Greenwood Park Mall on Sunday evening—and then was shot and killed by a “good Samaritan” bystander—was a 20-year-old city resident who had a run-ins with police as a juvenile.Read More
Court rules antitrust complaint against IU Health can proceed
A Bloomington surgeon alleging Indiana University Health violated federal antitrust laws by acquiring local competitors has convinced the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals to reinstate his complaint.Read More
The Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana and 11 partners in other states have reached a settlement agreement with a New York-based operator of senior-living apartments, including several in the Indianapolis area.
The measure uses more than $1 billion in reserve accounts to send $200 checks to millions of eligible Hoosiers, including hundreds of thousands of Hoosiers utilizing Social Security or disability benefits.
Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh misled Maine Sen. Susan Collins and the American people about his determination to overturn Roe v. Wade.
A deeply divided Indiana House voted Thursday to keep exceptions in cases of rape or incest in a bill that would ban nearly all abortions in the state.
Stephen King didn’t break any legal ground on the stand Tuesday as he testified against his own publisher’s efforts to merge with Penguin Random House. But he did know how to please a crowd and even get the judge to thank him for his time.
The amendment has potential ramifications for Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears, a Democrat who has announced that he will not prosecute cases involving abortion or possession of small amounts of marijuana.
The federal lawsuit filed Wednesday by the county’s director of human resources lists Boone County Councilman Aaron Williams and Boone County as co-defendants.
U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman in Manhattan also ordered Stephen Buyer of Noblesville to stay in the continental United States while four counts of securities fraud are pending against him.
Aearo Technologies filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection this week as a way to deal with the more than 230,000 product liability suits filed against the company and its corporate parent, 3M, in recent years over its now-discontinued Combat Arms earplugs.
Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita sent a notice to the legal team for Caitlin Bernard on Tuesday advising it that the doctor is under investigation for how she had reported the procedure to state officials.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana sued Indianapolis Public Schools on behalf of a 10-year-old, who will no longer be able to play softball on her school’s all-girls’ softball team.
Embattled Crawford Circuit Court Judge Sabrina R. Bell, who was previously disciplined for her role in a shooting in downtown Indianapolis, has resigned following her arrest for allegedly hitting her ex-husband in front of their children.
An external investigation revealed multiple allegations against Deputy Chief Joe Bickel, including claims that he groped or kissed female employees.
An attorney representing the doctor who oversaw the abortion procedure of a 10-year-old rape victim filed a tort claim notice Tuesday against Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita—the first step in the process of filing a defamation lawsuit.
Sunday’s violent episode at Greenwood Park Mall did not end like the majority of mass shootings in this country, with the assailant’s arrest, suicide or death at the hands of police officers.
The long-debated question of whether cameras should be allowed in the courtroom is up for conversation in a proposed rule before the Indiana Supreme Court, which is asking for public feedback on the matter.
Uber has long defended itself by asserting that it can’t be held responsible for behavior of its drivers, who aren’t employees but rather are contractors.
Legal aid providers around the state that offer civil legal assistance to low-income Hoosiers have received a financial boost totaling more than $2.5 million from the Indiana Bar Foundation.