Farmers in Indiana are having one of the worst crop yields in decades, and they are trying to figure out how to deal with their financial losses.
A report says the inappropriate payments took place over the course of three years.
The school board is expected to finalize a plan for reducing its budget by May 1st.
The money most city and county departments saved because of the mild winter will get spent in other areas and will not be kept within the departments.
Two Grammy awards could mean big bucks for a Bloomington indie rock label.
South Bend Senator John Broden says an independent audit would help restore the faith and trust of the public in the system.
Claims may be postmarked as of the deadline date.
Six months after no one claimed a large amount of drug money, it will be split up to help fund law enforcement.
The staff in the Coroner's office are contract employees, and most make less than minimum wage despite the fact that they require specialized training.
According to the Secretary of State’s office, that means a cost savings for towns like Ellettsville and Stinesville.