Hoosiers can report flooding damages online; a 16 mm film of Amelia Earhart has been donated to Purdue. Read more in our morning roundup.
How devastating will the record rainfall be for farmers? We visit a quarry preserved just like it was during the peak of limestone production in the 1920s.
About half of the state received more than twice the average rainfall for June.
Subway is suspending relations with Jared Fogle; Indiana is taking nominations for its new state poet laureate. Read more in our morning roundup.
Indiana set a record for rainfall in the month of June; roads this weekend are the most dangerous predicted by the National Safety Council since 2008.
In an effort to prevent long-term damage in unplanted fields, cover crops could be key for Indiana farmers.
INDOT to map out alternative routes for the final stretch of I-69; Columbus authorities warning about dangerous flood waters. Read more in our morning roundup.
The state is ineligible for future hazard mitigation funding as long as compliance issues in Kokomo persist, which could result in millions of dollars lost.
The IHCDA is working with FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security to buyout homes across the state that are in areas prone to flooding.
Kokomo officials are monitoring the city's water levels and preparing for floods to prevent damage.