DeAnne Weaver and her sister Beth Carr were less than a mile from the finish line last year when two bombs exploded.
OPTIMISTIC seeks to reduce Medicaid and Medicare costs by treating patients in nursing homes instead of transferring them to the hospital.
Sexual assault survivor Jenny Wendt is advocating a change to legislature that allows her accused rapist - who confessed to the crime - to walk free.
Irsay was arrested earlier this month on four counts of possession of a controlled substance and for operating while intoxicated.
Indiana used to be one of 10 states that didn’t provide any state dollars for preschool — but that’s about to change.
As of February first, the percentage of Hoosiers between the ages of 18 and 34 who enrolled in the federal health exchange was 23 percent.
The lawsuit that is being filed is similar to one announced last week that alleges Indiana's laws banning same-sex marriage are unconstitutional.
A group of convenience store owners is suing Indiana, saying its alcohol laws provide liquor stores an unfair advantage.
Students across all seven campuses who attended IU from 2011-2014 are potentially at risk.
Kokomo officials are monitoring the city's water levels and preparing for floods to prevent damage.