At a recent conference in Indianapolis, Greg Millet of the Foundation for Aids Research shared his concerns about the future of HIV prevention and treatment.
Police say Travis Spoor didn't tell sex partners that he's infected with the virus that causes AIDS. That's a legal requirement in Indiana.
Isiah Benford had been charged with failing to notify at least 11 sexual partners that he has HIV, resulting in at least three women becoming infected.
The department says it didn't advertise the opening of the program because it believed a soft opening was the best way to get the word out to those affected.
Indiana lawmakers legalized the creation of syringe exchanges in the Hoosier state in 2015. Eight counties now have state-approved programs.
Tippecanoe County Commissioners approved the proposal, but Lafayette Mayor and Police Chief expressed concern and frustration.
A judge delayed Isiah Benford's trial until February because some documents and witnesses were not shared with the defense sooner.
The public showed overwhelming support for the syringe exchange proposal at a public meeting, prompting the commissioners to take an unplanned vote.
How the interest in the presidential race could impact other issues on the Hoosier ballot, the HIV outbreak in Scott County and morel mushroom hunting season.
We take you back to Austin where nearly 200 people are now living with HIV, Bloomington's water pollutants and presidential hopefuls try to win over Hoosiers.