The lawsuit alleges drugs made by the manufacturers contributed to the county's ongoing opioid epidemic.
More than 12,000 people living in Indiana have HIV.
The letter states that syringe exchange programs reduce the spread of disease and do not increase the rate of community drug use.
A hospital in a rural Indiana county hit hard by opioid abuse is starting a drug detoxification unit emphasizing treatment for those diagnosed with HIV.
Once a summer the Jameson Camp in Indianapolis hosts a session for campers with this in common: either they or a family member have HIV/AIDS.
A Scott County HIV outbreak update, why those trying to fix nutrient runoff in the Gulf of Mexico are looking to Indiana and a new exhibit at the Indy Zoo.
It’s been more than two years since HIV rapidly spread through the small town of Austin, and the community is in recovery.
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.