New technology is giving one Indiana county a better look at what’s at the bottom of Lake Monroe, and it’s helping law enforcement solve some cases.
The 29-year-old eagle was sighted last week at Lake Monroe and might still be nesting there.
County officials say they can't stop logging on private property unless it's in a residential area.
Both beaches are fully submerged in water due to heave rainfall and will not be open during Memorial Day weekend.
Among the lakes receiving funding are Lake Lemon and Lake Monroe.
The Friends of Lake Monroe group was founded by hydrologist Sherry Mitchell-Bruker and has about 40 members.
Clare Bozell spotted the bird in early November, making it the second year in a row Bozell has seen the bald eagle.
Indiana's 9th Congressional race, Lake Monroe's master plan and court arguments in the ban of Syrian refugees entering the state.
The Lake Monroe Master Plan provides an overview for how the lake should be managed. The document hadn't been updated in about 50 years.
Two beaches at Lake Monroe were closed for much of the summer because of higher-than-normal water levels.