A recent report shows Indiana spends $9.3 million on tobacco prevention programs, which is one-eighth of what a national health organization recommends.
Key players at the Indiana Statehouse are becoming more amenable to the idea that the upcoming session might be the time to devote state funding to pre-K.
An appeals court ruled Tuesday that Indiana cannot defund Planned Parenthood because it performs abortions.
The INDOT Commissioner says the state needs more funding for long-term projects, but he did not specify where that funding might be found.
CFO Neil Theobald says the move could reduce overall expenses amid rising health care costs and uncertainties in state and federal funding.
The Board of Public Works made the decision after the ambulance board was unable to make a recommendation.
Voter accessibility concerns raised by county Republicans have been one reason Monroe County has yet to adopt vote centers.
Indiana legislators are trying to figure out what the Supreme Court's ruling on Medicaid means for the state.
A group of activists say they do not approve of Wellpoint's sponsorship of political groups and advertisements.
Previously, MCCSC only had enough funding for half-day kindergarten, so parents wanting to enroll their children for the full day had to pay the difference.