Coats says if Americans want to see economic turnaround, there needs to be a change in leadership in Washington.
Bartholomew and Brown County schools have already begun because of a change in their academic calendars.
Columbus officials say they expect taxpayers to get more credits from the state, meaning the city may be able to increase taxes and not increase tax burdens.
Columbus has the second highest rate of visa applications in the nation for foreign engineers and computer scientists, a national report finds.
Mayor Brown tasked the newly resurrected ambulance board with recommending a new ambulance provider to the Public Works Board by July 17th.
The city of Columbus is making renovations to 4th Street using money from the downtown tax increment financing district.
The board will make recommendation not just for Columbus, but for Bartholomew County EMS services as well.
NTN Driveshaft says it plans to hire 50 employees by 2013.
The county’s plan calls for emergency dispatch operations to feed emergency information county residents who have supplied either a phone number or e-mail.
Columbus says it will now only sound its sirens when there is a tornado warning.