Headed out on Halloween to trick-or-treat with your family? Check your community's hours before you make your plans.
Education advocates say they’re worried special education in public schools could be threatened under U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos.
Team members from the Alliance for Substance Abuse Progress, or ASAP, laid out 10 critical elements it will focus on during the two-year initiative.
Experts say the state's business-friendly tax laws help it to have the best tax climate in the Midwest and one of the best in the nation.
Diane Morris-Mack, 44, was arrested in Fishers in the early morning of Thursday, October 19 by a Hamilton County Sheriff's deputy.
The Brown County school district and the sheriff's department are partnering in an attempt to stop students from trying meth, heroin or other drugs.
Some pre-dental students are using a jewelry making class at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis to hone skills they will use in future careers.
A new awareness campaign encourages college students to utilize the Indiana Lifeline Law in case of an alcohol related medical emergency.
Indiana Rural Health Association, Upper Midwest Telehealth Resource Center to receive $325,000 per year across next three years.
Indiana State Department of Health officials confirm there have been 16 cases of human infection and three deaths this year.