A new study aims to provide additional support to family caregivers of patients with Alzheimer's disease and promote informed medical decision-making.
A new bill offered in the Indiana legislature would levy harsher penalties for crimes against public safety officials and their relatives.
958 single-family building permits were granted in November 2015. That number is up 14% when compared to November 2014.
A new report on civic health finds that Indiana performed well in family interaction, but fell behind other states when it comes to voter turnout.
The department will redirect part of its budget to create two new programs.
In order to be eligible, farms had to have been owned by the same family for more than 100 consecutive years.
National Night Out was created 28 years ago as a neighborhood crime and drug prevention program to encourage police-community partnerships.
Indiana Home Care Task Force chair John Cardwell says he’d still like to see more money put into CHOICE so less is needed for nursing home care.
Sidewalk construction and upkeep in Bloomington is causing tension between some residents and city officials.
The storms destroyed dozens of homes and buildings. Thousands of South-Central Indiana residents are without power.