Indiana spent $40 million on snow-fighting efforts from October through March while using 273,000 tons of salt and ringing up 308,000 personnel hours. Much of that battle took place in the northern part of the state.
The Great Recession caused waves of foreclosures and layoffs that pushed more Americans into renting. More than 36 percent of people now rent, compared with 31 percent before the recession began in late 2007.
The Rivoli Theatre and the Indiana Medical History Museum in Indianapolis are among 10 places on this year's most-endangered places list from the not-for-profit historic protection group Indiana Landmarks.
No NFL games will be blocked from local television next season, the league said Monday at the owners' meetings. The teams voted for a one-year suspension of the long-standing blackout policy for the preseason and regular season.
Explosions shot manhole covers into the air at a busy downtown Indianapolis intersection on Thursday, raising safety concerns as the city prepares to host the Final Four next month. IPL said the explosions caused "significant damage to the electrical infrastructure."