Indiana towns with large immigrant populations are grappling with President Trump's executive order and its impacts.
The cities of Indianapolis, Bloomington, Carmel and Columbus were appealing a decision by a Hamilton Superior Court judge.
Mayor Lienhoop says he was able to attend the inauguration as well as many of the festivities in Washington D.C. that weekend.
Columbus-based manufacturer Cummins Engine has many employees born in other countries, and more than half of its workers are based overseas.
City workers installed the signs Friday morning, honoring Columbus native Vice President Mike Pence the day he was sworn into office.
Lienhoop says CSX leases the land and rails that run through the city and they are cooperating to come up with a long term plan to reduce traffic back-ups.
The day after Vice President-elect Mike Pence returned to Indiana, reports of students facing election-related racial taunts have emerged from his hometown.
Mayor Lienhoop says his administration is about moving on and his former predecessor and detractors are hurting the city.
Columbus Mayor Jim Lienhoop says his administration continues to be dogged by the actions of his predecessor Kristen Brown and a small group of her supporters.
Mayor Lienhoop says the proposed city budget comes with a 1.5 percent cost of living salary increase.