The Hoosier state is one of 14 where a single insurer holds at least 50 percent of the market.
Even though state-approved syringe exchange programs were made legal last year, the state doesn’t offer assistance to those programs.
Thirty years after officials found high levels of lead and arsenic at an East Chicago lead smelting plant, clean-up has begun. Why did it take so long?
This is the first time the Indiana State Police Alliance has endorsed a Democrat in a gubernatorial race.
If the State Department designates Bloomington as a resettlement community, the city could welcome 60 refugees in the first year.
The study committee up to now has taken testimony largely from people reporting on the negative consequences created BY people living in the state illegally.
When the EPA reported high levels of lead and arsenic contamination in the soil, East Chicago officials decided to demolish the West Calumet housing complex.
Hamilton says a recently formed task force will look at safety, civility and justice in the city which relates to the growing drug addiction problem.
Mayor Bennett says city officials will have to look at a 30 percent sewer rate increase to obtain the funds needed for flood control and other federal mandates.
Gubernatorial candidate John Gregg accuses the state government of not doing enough when it comes to East Chicago’s lead contamination crisis.