Residents impacted would receive documents and become part of the decision-making process about the cleanup going forward.
A new study from the nonprofit Mental Health America puts Indiana 45th in the nation when it comes to mental health care.
More than half a million Hoosiers are now covered because of the ACA, but a new report indicates that a small percentage of those people will see rising rates.
The Tippecanoe School Corporation is making antibiotics available to people after a kindergartner who has tested positive for bacterial meningitis.
FluMist is a live form of the vaccination that is administered as a nasal spray and was a preferred choice for many young children because there’s no needle.
Indiana still has a slightly higher rate of uninsured people than the national rate of 9.4.
The number of people who have limited access to healthy food year round dropped nationally, but is growing in Indiana.
Indiana’s first school-based tele-health clinic is open in Elwood. The clinic could help increase health care access in rural areas.
The CDC now estimates about 70 percent of all oropharyngeal cancers may be caused by HPV, including roughly 12,600 cases in men each year.
Indianapolis saw the highest incidence of excess mortality, with 86 excess deaths, even though it doesn’t have the poorest relative air quality in the state.