A federal appeals court ruling issued today indicates the subsidies provided under the federal health exchange are invalid.
More than one in ten children in Indiana live in high-poverty areas.
A report from the American Cancer Society says Indiana's pain management policies have significantly improved. The state went from a grade of C+ to a B.
Hospitals are seeing an influx of patients seeking medical health services under the Affordable Care Act, which could indicate a lack of outpatient services.
Officials hope a new policy will help prevent teen dating abuse and sexual harassment.
Indiana high school all-star teams are using a concussion preventive device that indicates when a player needs to be removed from a game.
The number of abortions in Indiana decreased 9 percent from those performed in 2012.
The Yellow Jugs Old Drugs program aims to keep people from throwing away old prescriptions, which can cause environmental damage.
Indiana has the second highest rate of sexual assault among teenage girls in the country. Education leaders are beginning to ask how they can prevent it.
WFIU/WTIU speaks to a Kokomo Tribune reporter about his series looking at why jails are becoming one of the main providers of mental health care in Indiana.