Organizers say they've raised more than $160,000 toward needed repairs on a 75-year-old church that launched Columbus' Modernist architectural legacy.
Officials in a southern Indiana city want to start an investigation program for groundwater testing after contaminants were found last month.
The police department went to the city council to ask for an additional $70,000 to cover overtime expenses.
Columbus Mayor Jim Lienhoop takes questions on the city's inoperable car program, riverfront development and attracting the Millennial workforce.
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If you've racked up fines at the Bartholomew County Public Library, you will soon be able to reach into your pantry instead of your wallet to pay up.
Low head damns are man-made structures that are capable of trapping someone in powerful churning water.
There are now three city wells offline in Columbus.
The veterans shared their memories of what that time was like and what their service means to them decades later.
Mayor Lienhoop takes your questions and talks about a two year initiative that aims to confront the county's opioid epidemic problem.