The U.S. Department of Justice’s top attorney for environmental issues apologized to a federal court for practicing law with a lapsed bar license.
Children in Marion County may have been exposed to elevated lead levels in drinking water, and agencies in charge failed to alert parents.
Indiana's first Youth Climate Action Day allowed young people to address lawmakers about their environmental concerns and push for legislation
The EPA announced that Amphenol Corp. completed a mandated sewer line and soil cleanup near its former facility in Franklin, Ind.
The 2015 rule sought to expand the number of waterways protected by federal Clean Water Act protections
A new bill could raise electric bills, threaten the environment, and make it more difficult for Indiana utility companies to transition away from coal.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has released its five-year plan for outdoor recreation in the state.