ORLAND, Ind. - Authorities say a northeastern Indiana county's highway superintendent was killed in a weekend motorcycle crash.
Steuben County officials say 66-year-old Ken Penick of Orland had led its highway department for about 10 years.
The Sheriff's Office says Penick died of head injuries Saturday night when his motorcycle crashed into a car that had just turned from a county road onto Indiana 120 about a half mile from his home.
Police say Penick wasn't wearing a helmet. The driver and passenger in the car had minor injuries.
County Commissioner Loretta Smart tells The Herald Republican that Penick worked hard and always had the county in his heart.
The Hamilton County Sheriff's Department is looking for a missing 74-year-old man from Cicero.
A Flash Flood Watch has been issued for all counties in Central Indiana until 8AM Monday.
The early results looked promising.
Two men have been charged in connection with a multi-state crime spree that ended in Missouri.
The Rockville Road bridge is set to reopen Monday morning.