Some members of the Indiana University community are raising concerns about the ability of emergency services personnel to respond to calls from campus.
Emergency response teams have tried to increase the speed and coordination of their disaster response efforts in response to threats like 9/11.
The Indiana Red Cross is expected to spend three weeks on the coast, and Duke plans to have its crews stay about two weeks.
It can take months for FEMA to approval assistance for individual disaster areas.
An emergency shelter is now open at the First United Methodist Church in Bloomington.
Now that flood waters have begun to recede, the state can begin assessing the damage.
The event is held each year to encourage students to think before drinking and driving.
Witness testimony has begun in the case of Michael Griffin.
Indiana legislators are considering a new rule that would limit cell phone use while driving for motorists of all ages.
Aid agencies in Monroe and Owen County hope that their relatively new, 2-1-1 phone call can become an industry standard.