A summer camp in Martinsville offers disabled children a safe environment that encourages independence and self-esteem, research says.
Local leaders in counties that didn’t qualify for the state's pre-k pilot program are still seeking ways to make early childhood education a priority.
Ten Indiana schools are receiving 3D printers in an effort to interest students in science, technology, engineering and math fields.
Poverty is becoming more concentrated in Indiana and across the nation, which is making it more difficult for children to break the cycle of poverty.
The DEA raided Drug & Opiate Recovery Network clinics in four central Indiana counties in an investigation of illicit drug prescriptions.
After conflicting federal rulings on healthcare subsidies, Gov. Mike Pence hopes Congress will rethink healthcare reform.
The IU women's basketball coach is leaving for "personal health and family reasons."
The federal government is placing the children with a "sponsor," who is normally a parent or relative.
Indiana unions added about 3,000 members in 2013, and the same number of nonmembers working in union shops.
Military personnel from across the nation come to Muscatatuck Training Center to prepare with local first responders for emergency situations.