Franklin Hall, which is currently undergoing a multi-million dollar renovation to house the university's new Media School, was initially opened in 1907.
Indiana's food banks are starting a new Farm to Food Banks program that aims to get more fresh produce to low-income Hoosiers.
The number of new cases being diagnosed has drastically slowed.
Under the deal, Anthem would cover about 53 million patients, becoming the country’s largest health insurer by enrollment.
Fayette County officials believe a needle exchange could reduce the number of Hepatitis C cases and prevent an HIV outbreak.
Through group discussion, videos and workbook activities, participants learned how to prevent and identify child sexual abuse.
In the 2014 edition of KIDS Count, Indiana ranked 27th in children’s overall well-being.
According to a report from the Indiana Youth Institute and the Annie E. Casey Foundation, the state has more children living in poverty than it did in 2008.
No human cases of West Nile virus have been spotted in the Hoosier State; however, recent heavy rains could contribute to a larger mosquito population.
Monroe County consistently ranks high in Indiana for children vaccination rates, and area officials plan to continue that progress.