Crane employees and contractors are facing one day of unpaid furlough per week because of sequestration.
Both parties are pointing fingers when it comes to federal budget cuts, but IU professor Margie Hershey says Republicans are likely to get more of the blame.
With the state announcing a budget surplus of more than $2 billion, some have called for the state to return funds back to local governments.
The Brown County School Corporation is receiving less money from the state because of a decline in enrollment.
The USDA is closing an office in Martinsville that offers farmers assistance in applying for loans and complying with federal regulations.
Columbus Mayor Kristen Brown proposed a plan to eliminate the city's trash fee, but city council members are questioning some details of the plan.
City officials will consider additional user fees and will not rule out layoffs as a means of saving money.
Council President Vic Kelson says consolidation may yield the necessary cuts.
Mississippi is the only other state to have fewer in-home care recipients.
As of June 21, Medicaid patients will either have to pay out of pocket or lose Planned Parenthood's services.