The Ground Zero 360 traveling exhibit arrives in Indianapolis September 7th. This traveling exhibit memorializes the September 11th attack on the World Trade Center with multimedia, artifacts from the buildings and items donated by victims’ families.

An affable dog named Elvis managed to crash a truck into several parked cars while his owner snatched a few items in an Evansville grocery store. No one was injured and police felt no need to perform a sobriety check on Elvis.

Stepping up the battle against non-native vegetation, the Indiana Dunes has adopted a tank-like robot, the Marsh Master, as a member of its “staff.” For years, the Dunes has rented the expensive but effective device, but several sizable donations this year allowed the Dunes to finally purchase one.

In their yearly assessment of higher education institutions, The Wall Street Journal named Purdue University the fourth best value of any college or university in the country. WSJ also named Purdue the sixth best public university in the United States.

Sheriffs from Posey and Vanderburgh counties are teaming up to secure extra funding to provide housing for non-violent or low-level offenders across the state. This new housing would provide more opportunities for rehabilitation, rather than simply “warehousing” prisoners.

Brown County officials have announced the return of the popular Leaf Cam, which allows Internet users to peruse the brilliant colors of the county’s famed fall foliage. Images from the camera, which is installed at the Bean Blossom Overlook, refresh every 15 minutes.