Gov. Eric Holcomb and Mayor John Hamilton last week discussed the need for coordination between state and local officials in fighting the opioid epidemic.
Columbus Regional Health purchased the former hotel, which went up for sale at a Bartholomew County foreclosure auction.
The Indiana Department of Transportation says around 44.2 million Americans are expected to travel for Independence Day.
The Convention Center Advisory Commission received two proposals after issuing a request for qualifications to find private developers for the project.
A political activism group has placed a billboard near Sen. Joe Donnelly’s home in South Bend urging him to vote against the American Healthcare Act.
The Maryland family is seeking damages after they say their son tore a ligament in his knee at a university football camp.
Research from a new IUPUI study uses search engine queries to look at how the public reacts to major events and tragedies.
The Indianapolis Re-Entry Educational Facility will close after just more than seven years of operation.
Holcomb selected 15 additional Indiana counties to participate in On My Way Pre-K, the state’s first state-funded preschool program.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Brownfields Program awarded Bloomington $300,000 to continue redevelopment of the B-Line Trail Corridor.