State Senate candidate Reid Dallas and State House candidates Bob Heaton and Peggy Mayfield will not be attending candidate forums.
SuperPAC funding continues to flow into the Mourdock and Donnelly election campaigns.
State officials are urging farmers to use precaution as the drought has increased risks for fire, harmful dust and mold due to decomposition.
A $1.3 million deficit has been trimmed, but other governmental agencies are still asking for more money in the coming year, not less.
A $30,000 increase in the commissioners’ Rural Transit fund could help push an expansion of public transportation.
Voting centers allow residents to vote anywhere in the county as opposed to the precinct they live in.
The apartments are slated to be finished by December 2013 and can accommodate 40 individuals in one bedroom apartments.
Excise officers issue a record number of tickets as students settle in for another semester at Indiana University.
The Adam and Eve sculpture was damaged in the storms that ripped through Bloomington last year.
Some local property owners question the timing of the discussions and whether they will have the ability to review any proposals.