The lawsuit alleges drugs made by the manufacturers contributed to the county's ongoing opioid epidemic.
The debate to arrest people who use drugs or get them into treatment, lowering the required age for Hoosier kids to start school and Lincoln’s Indiana roots.
Integrating the states prescription drug tracking system with health records may help cut back excessive opiate prescriptions.
Reports from the Indiana State Police show a decrease of 58 percent in lab incidents from 2016 to 2017.
Although needles are occasionally found, officials say the public library remains a safe space to visit.
Monroe County Circuit Court Judge Marc Kellams says the opioid crisis is a major cause of the surging population.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that social worker employment will grow by 19 percent between 2014 and 2024.
A Madison County Council member is pushing an ordinance that would effectively end the county's two-year-old program.
The counties adding programs are Allen, Johnson, Monroe, Vigo and Tippecanoe.
Eight Indiana counties currently have exchanges in place that allow drug users to swap dirty needles for clean ones.