Senate Bill 65 would authorize the Lake County Council to make a one-time transfer from the elected officials training fund to the recorder's records perpetuation fund.
A federal appeals court appears unlikely to disturb an Indiana Supreme Court ruling that held the shoreline of Lake Michigan is, and always has been, owned by the state for the enjoyment of all Hoosiers.
Lake County property owners now can be alerted any time their name is included in home ownership or mortgage documents filed at the county recorder's office.
A landmark 2018 Indiana Supreme Court ruling that affirmed the shoreline of Lake Michigan is owned by the state and held in trust for use by all Hoosiers could be undone by legislation set for a hearing Monday in the House Judiciary Committee.
Three town of Porter homeowners filed a federal lawsuit Thursday seeking permission to bar individuals from accessing the Lake Michigan beach near their homes.
INDIANAPOLIS — A yearslong dispute over private property rights and public access to Lake Michigan is headed to the Indiana Supreme Court, who…