A recent report ranks Indianapolis as the worst city in the country for food access options.
Half of Indiana children younger than 9 years old are living in low-income households, and 70 percent of low-income 3- and 4-year-olds don't go to preschool.
Some Indiana school corporations may have to increase the price of school lunches until they satisfy a new mandate from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The Monroe County Community School Corporation says it will offer preschool at Summit Elementary School beginning next fall.
They propose instead to continue using the Healthy Indiana Plan.
One patient claimed that, fearing he was having a stroke, he went to the emergency room, where a nurse demanded he explain a past-due bill on his account.