Without needed donations and funding, the Humane Society of Johnson County could potentially shut down in May 2015.
Domestic violence prevention advocates say a controversy over possible funding cuts illustrates a need for better communication and adherence to timelines.
Domestic violence shelters in Indiana are already receiving new funds from the state's Criminal Justice Institute.
The Nashville Township wants to find funding for infrastructure upgrades, which could mean higher utility rates.
State officials are considering building toll roads or creating public-private partnerships to fund the bridge.
Supporters of the Amtrak line in Indiana are making their case for why the state should allocate $3 million to make up for federal cuts.
The YMCA is about $2 million short of its $10.2 million goal to build the facility, but a loan is covering the cost of construction.
The $5 million will be used for job training and a program offering free career certifications and high school equivalency degrees.
Monroe County Head Start says it will cut 12 Head Start slots for children ages three to five and lay off 15 employees.
Columbus Municipal Airport officials say they are still trying to find ways to avoid a shutdown of the airport's control tower.