Indiana has been hit with severe rain all throughout the year, from debilitating floods in July to the heavy rains this past week.
Some communities like Shoals are already experiencing the effects of two to five inches of rainfall that fell between Saturday and Monday morning.
FEMA upheld its earlier ruling that the state experienced two distinct weather events.
In a statement, Gov. Mike Pence says the Indiana Department of Homeland Security will appeal the agency's decision.
Labor Day could be one of the last chances Hoosiers have to get out on the water. In case of an emergency, Indiana’s conservation officers are ready to respond.
Disaster loans are available to residents and businesses in 27 counties impacted by severe weather and storms this summer.
If approved, the federal aid would be used to repair roads and bridges and be used to reimburse local governments for debris cleanup and rescue operations.
Indiana Department of Natural Resources officials say heavy rains earlier this year have caused them to miss out on a significant amount of money.
INDOT says a stretch of I-69 will be complete by the end of 2015; the Hoosier State Rail Line is secure for two years. Read more in our morning roundup.
The state is requesting a secretarial disaster declaration for 53 of its 92 counties where recent flooding and heavy rains have caused crop damages.