While the governor's proposed health care expansion got a seal of approval, press organizations criticized his plan to create a state-run news agency.
Mayor Goodnight talks about his greatest achievement of 2014 and looks ahead to what's next for Kokomo in the new year.
The lawsuit, which was filed in the Marion County Environmental Court, seeks to allow the city to continue construction on the Kokomo Municipal Stadium.
SB 100 gives the Indiana Department of Homeland Security the ability to issue a cease-and-desist order in certain circumstances.
Kokomo has received approval from the DNR on a flood mitigation plan, even as it seeks to resolve a dispute with FEMA regarding similar issues.
If it passes, the proposal would authorize the Indiana Department of Homeland Security to issue a cease-and-desist order to stop work on the project.
FEMA officials say the construction is a violation of a federal hazard mitigation grant the city accepted.
The move will enable the company to expand production of its eight-speed transmission vehicles.
Mayor Goodnight explains why the city's curbside recycling roll-out is delayed and his reaction to Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan not to run for mayor next year.
Kokomo has largely recovered one year after a tornado swept through the city, but some people are still rebuilding.