The number of new cases being diagnosed has drastically slowed.
Some Southern Indiana residents are coming to grips with the reality of having HIV. And as Baby Boomers retire, will Millennials be able to take their place?
The state is ramping up efforts to target sex trafficking; USS Indianapolis survivors are getting together for a reunion. Read more in our morning roundup.
Tangram, an Indianapolis-based organization aims to connect people with disabilities to jobs, is working on expanding their model nationwide.
Under the deal, Anthem would cover about 53 million patients, becoming the country’s largest health insurer by enrollment.
A law professor predicts a suit alleging a county employee was fired because she refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples faces an uphill battle.
The request comes after a shooting in South Carolina sparked controversy over the meaning of the flag.
In a visit to Indiana on Thursday, McDonald pointed to the Indianapolis facility as a leader in what he calls the VA’s “transformation.”
The federal government has granted Indiana a three-year extension of its waiver, which exempts the state from certain provisions of the national law.
Indiana's Commission for Higher Education has released materials to help state universities communicate better with students about their debt loads.