People experiencing homelessness are moving to other areas of the city after increased police patrols in People's Park.
Goodnight says the new Humane Society in Kokomo will include a cat cafe.
Many medical professionals recommend women begin mammogram screenings at age 40, but recent recommendations could mean paying out of pocket for the screenings.
Hamilton says increasing police presence at People's Park has kept people from staying all day allowing for more people to visit the park.
The Indiana Division of Forestry says logging is a way to manage the forest for overall health, but advocacy groups say the logging is detrimental.
Bennett says the city deficit will decrease by $1 million this year without any additional revenue.
Borshoff employees can bring their babies to work from the age of six weeks to six months.
The online software is designed to increase access for low-income families, but some believe the money would be better spent on in-class programs.
Martinsville Mayor Shannon Kohl takes your questions and talks about the planning stages and impact of I-69.
Some worry what a Ringling Bros. finale means for the future of the circus, but the circus is very much alive in Indiana.