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.
Preschool is not mandated in Indiana and funding for individual corporation programming can be hard to find.
According to the AG's office, many people do not even know they have unclaimed property.
The concerns of those who attended the town hall meeting at an Indianapolis Baptist church ranged from confusion over Medicare’s various plans and policies.
Sidewalk construction and upkeep in Bloomington is causing tension between some residents and city officials.
Howard County officials say a 10.4 million dollar check from Chrysler will help the city pay debt.