A study conducted by students at the Kelley School of Business has found that Brown County has too few doctors for the number of patients it serves.
Since Anthem and Premier Healthcare's contract expired, patients have seen a rise in out-of-pocket expenses.
The latest numbers of people seeking money to help pay their high winter energy bills may be decreasing.
A recent report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation shows Indiana's unemployment rate for 20-to-24 year olds is in line with the national average.
Columbus Regional Hospital is no longer inducing early births for convenience's sake after partnering with March of Dimes.
Ivy Tech says the number of students in its electrical engineering program has increased sevenfold.
Retailers might hire more than 25,000 employees than last year and some could expect to keep their jobs after the holiday season.
Indiana retailers said they were still expecting heavy crowds on Black Friday despite the growing popularity of online shopping.
Enrollment and applications to schools of education are down in Indiana and nationwide.
After tabling the measure last month, the council will likely vote on the smoking ban Tuesday.