The council voted 5-4 in favor of the ordinance Monday, and Mayor Greg Goodnight signed it Tuesday morning.
The Department of Health and Human Services awarded $1.5 million to Indiana health centers to expand substance abuse treatment.
The Kokomo City Council is considering an LGBT anti-discrimination ordinance after lawmakers failed to pass legislation this session; and vandals target IU.
The 2016 legislative adjourned last night. Brandon Smith is getting reaction from lawmakers and the governor today about what they did and did not accomplish.
Donnelly says the legislation would provide programs to help establish best prescribing practices.
The conference tournament in Indianapolis could produce an in-state showdown between old men's basketball rivals Indiana and Purdue.
The FBI is investigating vandalism at the Islamic Society of North America and it's a busy day at the statehouse as the session enters its final days.
Title IX Coordinator Jason Casares has been on paid administrative leave since a colleague said Casares sexually assaulted her at a conference.
Forties again today, and near 40 tomorrow, but it won't stay that warm or that dry too much longer. Snow is coming back...
Restrictions related to the Avian Flu outbreak are lifted, the fight over whether Todd Young can appear on the U.S. Senate primary ballot may not be over.