Indiana is seeing an 82 percent cut in federal funding for the state’s Navigator program, which helps people enroll in healthcare coverage through the ACA.
Students participated in hands-on activities like saving a baby, stop, drop and roll drills, and escaping a simulated fire.
The event focused on different aspects of addressing the opioid crisis, including through harm reduction and law enforcement.
Monroe County officers have been wearing vests that are already expired.
An Indianapolis charter school is the first in the country to use a virtual reality program to teach science to high school students.
Without special eye protection, scientists warn that retinal damage is imminent for anyone viewing next month's eclipse from Indiana.
The wear and tear on Daviess County roads isn’t caused by Mother Nature – it's the result of horses.
The sun will be completely obscured by the moon on August 21, and scientists say you’ll need more than a pair of sunglasses to view it.
Sports leagues are changing their rules in an attempt to avoid the number of athletes who suffer concussions.
Bosma Enterprises is one of about 90 National Industries for the Blind agencies across the country and is the largest employer of blind people in Indiana.