New findings list medical errors as the third leading cause of death in the U.S. An information exchange in Indiana aims to prevent these mistakes.
This year's turnout for the Indiana primary could be record-setting.
Among the items on display are Ameila Earhart’s jacket, jazz legend David Baker’s trombone, and a 1.3 billion year old meteorite.
In Indianapolis, the richest 25 percent of residents now live on average eight-and-a-half years longer than the poorest 25 percent.
Better information on water quality will be obtained depending on the number of respondents.
The bill bans abortions based solely on the sex, race, or disability of a fetus. It also includes provisions about the disposal of fetal remains.
As a condition of the scholarships, students must teach in Indiana schools for at least five years after earning their degrees.
January's unemployment rate was 4.6 percent, better than all of Indiana's neighboring states.
The Apollo 14 lunar mission sent men to the moon for the third time. There were more than just astronauts aboard though.
Indiana's minimum wage will continue to be the same as the federal rate.