Blazing heat and weeks without rain are parching the region
Mosquito populations are much larger than normal because of the mild winter and warm spring.
May's average temperature has a chance to set an all-time record in Indiana.
Many retailers have been losing money while trying to avoid breaking through the four-bucks-a-gallon mark.
Farmers say they need a late frost to give their crops time to mature. They planted crops late this year because of the rainy spring and hot summer.
Local high school students compete globally in their solar bikes and cars.
The extreme temperatures of the last ten days may doom some of Indiana‘s mosquito population.
If the heatwave continues through the weekend as forecasted, it would be the longest heatwave to hit Indiana in 40 years.
Says Greg Seiter, "This is going to be a strong summer for travel once again."
One issue drew particular attention…studying the recent state Supreme Court ruling on the Fourth Amendment.