HENRYVILLE, Ind. (WISH) - For many people in southern Indiana, the next step in recovery goes beyond cleanup. It includes saying goodbye to neighbors lost in the storms.
Moriah Brough, 20, Joseph Babcock, 21, and their children Jaydon, 2, Angel, 1, and Kendall, 2 months, were buried together in two caskets Monday at Crown Hill Cemetery in Salem.
A crowd gathered to pay respects to the family.
Angel Babcock initially survived, but she died in a Louisville hospital Sunday, bringing the number of deaths related to Friday's storms in Indiana to 13.
A fund has been set up to help the struggling family with funeral expenses. If you'd like to help, you can send donations to PNC Bank, PO Box 8, Pekin, IN 47165, or take donations to any PNC Bank branch .
The Indiana Motor Sports Commission approved the plans to move forward with a number of improvements at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The city of Kokomo has purchased a former steel plant site that has undergone years of environmental cleanup and plans to use the land to try to reduce damage from future flooding.
A northwest Indiana county council has passed a resolution stating its opposition to a proposed 47-mile tollway would Interstate 65 with I-55 south of Chicago.