Two South Bend attorneys who filed a lawsuit against 62 Indiana hospitals are not opposing the state's motion to dismiss the lawsuit.
An alumnus of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology is giving a $1.1 million donation to increase diversity in computing.
The Indiana Blood Center says its blood supply levels across the Hoosier state are critically low.
Data shows rates of drug overdose deaths are continuing to rise in rural areas of Indiana, surpassing metropolitan numbers.
A national study on migration reveals Illinois ranks number one for the most people moving out of, rather than into, the state.
It may feel too cold to exercise outside, but the harsh winter weather can also have an impact on your indoor workouts.
Residents living in rural Indiana are looking at different ways to fight the opioid epidemic.
The growing number of flu-related cases in Indiana is pushing some hospitals to take extra precautions.
The Indiana Department of Education wants to make school bus rides safer for preschoolers in the new year.
Vigo County schools are providing hundreds of bags of groceries to students over the holiday break.