COLUMBUS, Ind. (WISH) - Crews are in the process of upgrading the mechanism to Columbus' 14 tornado sirens.
24-Hour News 8 news partner The Republic reports Columbus City Garage purchased $371,053 worth of equipment – and $165, 853 was allotted for siren repairs.
The crews will install two each day and the project will be completed by mid-June.
Indiana State Police this year have a new weapon in the fight against crime and terrorism but one that can also track you and every call you make.
The Capital Improvement Board voted Monday to spend close to $200,000 on a master plan for tourism in the Circle City.
The girlfriend of one of the north side home invasion suspects was arrested Monday.