The federal budget deal awaiting President Obama's signature could restore some funding to Head Start. But that may not help all the kids who lost their slots.
IU and other universities are appealing to Congress to reach a deal before another round of sequestration budget cuts come in January.
Monroe County Head Start says it will cut 12 Head Start slots for children ages three to five and lay off 15 employees.
The Office of Defense Development will be located in Bloomington.
The Dow hit a record high Tuesday, even though experts say investors have given up on the possibility that Congress and President Obama can compromise.
Officials say the state should be able to absorb the cuts because it is in good fiscal condition.
Some work study positions will disappear at Indiana University campuses, but the school’s flagship may be spared.
A White House report outlines specific cuts that would likely be made in Indiana, but state agencies are still trying to determine how they will be implemented.
Senator Joe Donnelly (D-Indiana) says he wants more flexibility in where cuts must happen, while Governor Mike Pence says the state is planning where to cut.
Indianapolis Air Show announced Tuesday it would cancel this year's show, fearing budget cuts from the federal sequestration.