Local and federal agencies are conducting additional damage assessments to determine whether the state can receive federal aid after last month's tornadoes.
Gov. Pence requested Howard County be classified as a federal disaster area after the Nov. 17 tornadoes, but FEMA denied that request yesterday.
It’s the largest November tornado outbreak in recorded history with more than two dozen tornadoes confirmed in Indiana. Join us for "This Side Of The Storm."
This week on Noon Edition, Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight and Washington Mayor Joe Wellman explain how their cities are recovering from Sunday's tornadoes.
The tornadoes damaged 300 homes in Kokomo and destroyed 60 more. About two dozen businesses were destroyed.
The $155 million project eliminates more than a dozen stoplights for those going through Kokomo — and other projects on U.S. 31 are still to come.
Kokomo does not have tornado sirens and instead relies on weather radios.
Residents in Kokomo struggle to clean up what is left of their homes after tornadoes caused major damage on the town's west side Sunday afternoon.
Almost two dozen counties in Indiana were affected by yesterday's storms. Gov. Pence says it is too early to know if the state will seek federal assistance.
The number of homes without power is slowly decreasing, but several counties still report thousands of homes still in the dark.