Indiana's new hazard mitigation plan describes the threat from natural disasters such as flooding, earthquakes, tornadoes, hail and snow storms.
State health and safety officials say federal money for emergency preparedness planning has been inconsistent.
The Indianapolis office of the National Weather Service has cut a third of its annual Skywarn training courses due to budget constraints.
Howard County is seeking ways to fill a gap in its budget after the city stopped funding its emergency management services.
The State Fair’s Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan was created to deal with issues ranging from weather events to public safety emergencies.
State law prohibits local municipalities from banning firework usage surrounding the Fourth of July.
More than one hundred witnesses were questioned…though employees of the company that built the stage declined.
Experts say extremely warm weather this season is unusual. Sunday's high is expected to be near 60 degrees.
Some members of the Indiana University community are raising concerns about the ability of emergency services personnel to respond to calls from campus.
A meteorologist with the National Weather Service says a statewide policy needs to be put in place.