Cave restrictions were put in place nearly a decade ago to protect hibernating bats from the deadly White Nose Syndrome.
The governor’s plan to fund the state’s aging infrastructure won’t do anything for local roads, ISTEP scores and teacher evaluations and Indiana's cave system.
Below the rolling hills and farmland in southern Indiana is an entirely different world.
Indiana State Parks department plans to reopen Wyandotte Caves in 2016.
The state is providing limited cave access as part of a pilot program. The caves were originally closed because of a bat disease called white nose syndrome.
Geologists were called in to test three sink holes, one as big as a house, to see how much work needs to be done under the airport runways.