The Hoosier Environmental Council and other organizations say the byproduct of coal burning is a serious threat to the public's health.
A report released Friday claims Indiana faces serious water resource challenges if state officials don't take action.
The state will perform its own internal auditing, forfeiting about $350,000 in federal grant money annually.
An Indiana University Medical School graduate who is being treated for Ebola released a statement about his recovery Friday.
The University of Liberia president is in Bloomington with Indiana University officials to collaborate on ways to help control Liberia’s Ebola outbreak.
Insurance companies are facing higher costs after increased enrollments have led to more hospital visits for treatment.
The Indiana Coalition Against Sexual Assault has closed due to outstanding taxes owed dating back to 2012.
Access to Recovery, a program that's helped Hoosiers in recovery since 2010, will be ending when federal funding dries up at the end of the year.
Kent Brantly, who is a resident of Fort Worth, Texas, graduated from the Indiana University School of Medicine in 2009.
The IU graduate was working at a hospital in Liberia treating patients for Ebola.