A judge recently ruled that IBM Corp. owes Indiana $78 million in damages stemming from the company’s failed effort to automate much of the state’s welfare services.
State education officials say no sensitive data was improperly accessed and that steps are being taken to tighten security.
Capping a years-long court battle, justices held that overlapping ownership between Monarch Beverage Co. and Spirited Sales LLC should keep the latter from getting a state permit to wholesale liquor.
The planned closing of a state prison on the near-east side will put into play an entire city block just minutes from downtown that could be ripe for residential development.
The Indianapolis-based alcohol wholesaler had challenged Indiana laws that prevent beer wholesalers from also selling liquor.
Already, ports in Jeffersonville and Mount Vernon move goods to and from Indiana along the Ohio, downstream to the Mississippi River and out to the Gulf of Mexico.
Work to improve State Road 37 between Bloomington and Martinsville to interstate standards began in 2014 and was originally slated for completion by the end of 2016. But multiple delays and financing problems have raised concerns about the private developer.
The deal resolves a northern Indiana family's decade-long legal fight to clear their names after the Department of Child Services falsely prosecuted them for their daughter's death.
Lawmakers had big plans in 2017 to overhaul a disjointed workforce-development system, but after nibbling around the edges, they have tossed the hardest work to Gov. Eric Holcomb.
The deal—which has the support of both House and Senate leaders—means drivers will pay more at the pump and more when they register their vehicles.
The bill adds in requirements that the governor appoint someone who has lived in the state for two years and meets educational qualifications.
The convenience store chain would be able to keep the permits that two locations use to sell cold carryout beer—a hot-button issue for Indiana liquor stores. Renewing the permits might be trickier.
Holcomb said it’s up to the General Assembly to decide whether the law should be tweaked but he provided legislators no direction.
The state will instead pursue individual leases of state cell towers.
The firm set to take over as health care provider for the Indiana Department of Corrections plans to hire most of the 700 employees of the vendor it will replace.
Indiana cities are trying to harness the power of the online masses to support local quality-of-life projects.
The plan would be offered to teachers as an alternative to the current pension-style plan. Some fear the state eventually could try to phase out the latter.
House Ways and Means Chairman Tim Brown called the $31.4 billion budget an “honest appraisal of the money we have and the spending priorities we have going forward.”