Chrysler Donates $50k to Help Indiana Flood Victims

KOKOMO, Ind. (AP) _ Flood victims in two Indiana counties are getting some help from Chrysler.
  The Kokomo Tribune reports the automaker presented two checks totaling $50,000 to the United Way of Howard County and the Tipton County Foundation for flood relief on Thursday.
  The donation follows a $10,000 donation on Wednesday by Duke Energy.
  Howard, Tipton and Grant counties were heavily affected by April flooding, but Indiana Department of Homeland Security spokesman John Erickson says there wasn’t enough damage to seek a federal disaster declaration. 
  The U.S. Small Business Administration will be in Howard and Tipton counties next week to provide loans to small businesses, homeowners and renters for damage suffered during the flooding.