This week on Indiana Newsdesk, we discuss how same-sex marriages in Indiana are being recognized, and new surveys show Hoosiers don't save enough money.
Hoosiers on average save only about $3,000 for financial emergencies.
Indiana University participated in a national collegiate competition to save electricity and water.
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.
A prolonged debate over vote centers helped lead to this week’s paper ballot counting snafu in Bloomington.
The Monroe County Election Board must vote unanimously to create vote centers.
According to the Secretary of State’s office, that means a cost savings for towns like Ellettsville and Stinesville.
The City of Kokomo’s bond rating has been raised to the second-highest possible level by Standard and Poor’s.