A recent study found the average single mother in Indiana spends about 27 percent of her paycheck on childcare.
Federal support for the program is set to run out next year.
A study for a campaign to reduce infant mortality found only a quarter of people surveyed were aware of the state’s high infant mortality problem.
A summer camp in Martinsville offers disabled children a safe environment that encourages independence and self-esteem, research says.
A lawsuit alleges the Indiana Department of Child Services has not been paying adoptive parents subsidies even though money is available.
Maple City Health Center in Goshen lets patients volunteer at local nonprofits to pay off medical bills.
The number of children without health insurance in Indiana has dropped nearly 1.5 percent in the past four years.
The Department of Education announced this week school districts can either add days to the end of the year or hours onto days to make up for canceled days.
Sophia Snow is one of more than 650 children from around the country who have been rescued after Amber Alerts were issued since they began in 1996.
Hoosier kids are healthier according to various indices, but 23 percent still live below the federal poverty level.