We'll be watching races across the WFIU/WTIU News coverage area, but here are five mayoral races we'll be keeping an especially close eye on.
Thousands of federal inmates are being released from prisons and halfway houses as part of new federal drug crime sentencing guidelines.
Mayor Bennett says all the hotels are filled this week due to Indiana State's homecoming and the covered bridge festival.
Mayor Bennett discusses the Wabash River Region proposal that would use state grant money to boost quality of living and economic development.
Carmel's City Council is expected to vote on an anti-discrimination ordinance; racing has resumed at a Terre Haute track evacuated after a chemical spill.
Highland TH LLC and Overseas Lease Group claim Terre Haute breached contracts that would have earned them $172 million.
Mayor Bennett explains the bond that would fund a new police station and why the waste water treatment plant operations is changing hands.
A federal court has granted a two-week extension in a case against the city of Terre Haute; an Indiana grocer is stepping into the online shopping trade.
The council voted Thursday to add gender identity to the city ordinance that prohibits discrimination.
Mayor Bennett gives us an update on summer construction in Terre Haute and city struggles over unfunded mandates.