Indiana has more damage from excess moisture than any other agricultural state, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Purdue University estimates losses to the state’s corn and soybean crops at $300 million and $200 million, respectively.
An election official in Hancock County said software problems that created long waits at some polling places led some people to leave without ever voting in Tuesday's primary. Meanwhile, heavy turnout is causing long waits at some places in Hamilton County.
The Indiana Supreme Court upheld a trial court’s decision Thursday that evidence did not support the town of Fortville’s contention that it needed the land it wanted to voluntarily annex in the near future.