Authorities scoured the area for clues in the sniper shooting death of a southern Indiana man on Interstate 65 between Columbus and Seymour.


Cummins Engine Co. was cited by the Defense Logistics Agency of the U.S. Department of Defense for its responsiveness in supplying engines and parts during the Persian Gulf conflict. The company was previously honored by the U.S. Army Material Command for its accelerated delivery of engines and components.


White River was “dosed” with a harmless red dye called Rhodamine B so members of a survey team from the Indiana Department of Natural Resources and other boards could gauge the speed at which water traveled downstream.