A hospital in a rural Indiana county hit hard by opioid abuse is starting a drug detoxification unit emphasizing treatment for those diagnosed with HIV.
The final part of our series on the state’s public defense system, swine flu and the much-anticipated solar eclipse is Monday.
The five-year agreement comes as the technology and consulting company readies a new hub in Indianapolis.
Reports from the Indiana State Police show a decrease of 58 percent in lab incidents from 2016 to 2017.
The Whitley County Plan Commission settled on a half mile setback for CAFOs from large county lakes.
Part three of the Justice For All? series: Indiana could look to neighboring states like Kentucky for ideas on how to change its public defense system.
Community members marched through Bloomington holding banners and chanting “black lives matter” and “the people united, will never be divided.”
The new precautions include banning most bags and seat cushions, allowing fans to bring belongings in a clear bag instead.
The latest research from the IU School of Medicine shows biomarkers found in blood tests are universally useful in determining who is at risk for suicide.
Groups worry hate crimes are underreported in the state, and call for hate crimes legislation.