01: Superior Court Judge Alison Frazier ruled that police officers could search an individual's cell phone after an arrest as long as there was probable cause to do so.

02: North American Stainless received the Kentucky Excellence in Environmental Leadership award for environmentally friendly initiatives.

05: The Madison School Board accepted a $1.37 million bid for renovations to the Madison Junior High School pool.

06: Madison City Council reversed its decision not to fund the Economic Development Partners and entered into a memorandum of understanding with the group that changes would be required before a deal was made.

12: The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals granted a temporary injunction to delay the national health care mandate for Grote Industries LLC.

13: The National Parks Service listed Madison as one of 40 historic neighborhoods in its "Discover Our Shared Heritage Travel Itinerary."

13: Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana opened a food pantry inside Southwestern Middle and High School.

13: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said it would hold off on developing land around a cave in Trimble County, after discovering it had possible ties to the Underground Railroad.

14: Madison Consolidated School District safety specialist Jill Deputy said the school researched options to bring in three school resource officers to rotate through the schools.

20: The Indiana House recognized Jefferson County resident Jim Pendleton's service during World War II where he fought in the Battle of the Bulge.

21: The Trimble County school board approved the second phase of the athletic fields project, which involved the construction of a new football stadium and track and field facilities.

27: King's Daughters' Hospital announced CEO Roger Allman would retire in June.