Several memorial events are planned for Abdul-Rahman Kassig.
About 200 Indiana Christmas trees will be sent to troops serving overseas as part of the Trees for Troops program.
The State Board of Education's Committee on School Turnaround is looking for ways to help nine failing schools get back on track.
INDOT says they’re in clean-up mode – interstates are wet, and crews are out to clear the accumulated slush.
The city is also slated to host the 2015 championship at Lucas Oil Stadium in April.
Transportation departments say they are ready for this year's winter, despite the temperatures dropping early in the season.
Open enrollment on the federal health exchange runs from November 15 to February 15.
The audit shows that those using vouchers faced denial rates of 82 percent. In areas that are predominantly white, that number jumped to 90 percent.
Former colleagues of Abdul-Rahman Kassig gathered in Tripoli to call for his release Saturday.
The mayor describes it as a personal decision, unrelated to local politics. He says he won't suggest a replacement on the Republican ballot.