The governor is asking for assistance for Daviess, Fountain and Howard counties after tornadoes swept through the state in November.
Local and federal agencies are conducting additional damage assessments to determine whether the state can receive federal aid after last month's tornadoes.
This week on Noon Edition, Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight and Washington Mayor Joe Wellman explain how their cities are recovering from Sunday's tornadoes.
Washington residents describe the severe storms that shook their town Sunday - leaving people without power and some without a place to live.
Daviess County officials say they have seen $38 million in new investments since I-69 was opened from from Crane to Evansville.
Daviess County officials say the rocks used in county roads are getting stuck in the horses' hoofs, which can cause the animal to become lame.
Daviess County seems to have taken the brunt of the severe weather early Tuesday morning.
The portion of I-69 from Evansville to Crane is scheduled to be complete by the end of the year.
The area is a major economic artery with Amish buggies and all types of motorized transportation sharing the road, with sometimes disastrous results.
No tornadoes have been confirmed yet by the National Weather Service.