Some homes and garages were damaged and several trees blown down in the area, but no injuries were reported.
City planners hope a change to zoning rules will encourage Indianapolis residents to travel on buses, bicycles, car shares and other methods of energy-saving transportation.
The Goshen Community Schools board is expected to take up the matter on July 27.
A woman told firefighters that she found the neighborhood stray stuck in the tire and needed help.
Lawmakers and university trustees have approved the $62.5 million project that will house about 5 different departments.
In response to her death, state and local leaders have released statements praising the wonderful life she lived.
Conservation officials said hazardous high water led to speed restrictions on motorboats.
The black bear was first confirmed in northwest Indiana during the week of July 12.
The board will release school accountability grades using the new rules for the 2015- 2016 school year.
State reports show tax revenue was about 1 percent less than projected for the past year, during which state agencies returned about $133 million.
A secretly recorded video shows a Planned Parenthood official discussing the disposal of body parts from aborted fetuses.
The body of 35-year-old Genevieve Rogge of New Albany was discovered June 28 in the river near Mauckport, about 30 miles southwest of Louisville, Kentucky.