Agricultural experts are expected to predict a poor harvest this year because of near-record rainfall in June and July.
Indianapolis has seen 13.13 inches of rain in July, beating the previous wettest month on record of 13.12 inches set in 1875.
Attorney General Greg Zoeller kicks off his congressional campaign; Mosquito populations are nearly three times higher than normal in Indy. Read more.
Lake Monroe is sitting at more than 10 feet above its normal pool level.
Gov. Pence will sign two bills into law today meant to protect children; dangerous weather continues to hit Indiana. Read more in our morning roundup.
Hoosiers can report flooding damages online; a 16 mm film of Amelia Earhart has been donated to Purdue. Read more in our morning roundup.
Subway is suspending relations with Jared Fogle; Indiana is taking nominations for its new state poet laureate. Read more in our morning roundup.
The recent flooding has caused an increased number of water rescues throughout Indiana.
In an effort to prevent long-term damage in unplanted fields, cover crops could be key for Indiana farmers.
Purdue agronomy professor Robert Nielsen says historical data doesn’t show a strong correlation between planting dates and crop yields.