Quarry deaths tend to trend upward in the spring and summer months in Indiana, when people try to swim in the pools of water.
The state’s Republican leaders remember Otis Bowen as the architect of some of the changes the party is still working to enact today.
Former Indiana Governor Otis Bowen, who also served as the Secretary of Health and Human Services under President Ronald Reagan, died Saturday.
State Health Department officials are still urging Hoosiers to take precautions against the flu.
Emerald ash borers have killed more than 100 million trees in the U.S., and that correlates to a rise in human deaths, a new study finds.
The Centers for Disease Control announced Thursday one person has died and 21 people have been infected with fungal meningitis in Indiana.
Four officers at the Wabash Correctional Facility have been fired and charged with felony assault.
Two people in Marion County and four in the state have died of West Nile Virus this year.
Police say there is no indication of foul play connected to Keenan's fall from a Bloomington parking garage.
A series of two falling trees is responsible for the death of a trail guide at Brown County State Park.