Up to eight inches of snowfall are expected in some parts of the tri-state, but it looks like some areas may even eclipse that.
Full call-outs from INDOT Seymour District facilities will continue through the night.
Snow is continuing to blanket the tri-state and it won’t be stopping for at least a few more hours.
213,000 Indiana children ate a free school breakfast last year, less than half of those who participated in the federal School Lunch Program.
Supporters of Indiana State Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz will brave winter weather to rally at the Indiana Statehouse Monday. HB 1609 author State Rep. Jud McMillin heard from teachers on Friday.
A group of people claimed a $10,000 lottery prize from a ticket purchased in Sunman.
UPDATE: As snow piles up Monday, municipalities are adding to the list of announcements and warnings.
UPDATE: The Indiana Department of Transportation is maintaining mobility this morning—but it’s a “Slow-Go”.
Lauren Hill and her Mount Saint Joseph University teammates were treated to lunch at Skyline Chili in Harrison on Sunday afternoon.
The Indiana Senate has passed a bill that would open up adoption records to adoptees.