Officials in a central Indiana county have effectively ended its needle exchange program by cutting off funding for the two-year-old program.
A Madison County Council member is pushing an ordinance that would effectively end the county's two-year-old program.
Critics of Madison County’s exchange say money that currently goes to buying needles would be better spent on treatment and education.
Officials in Madison County want to study plans for a mass transit system that would run into Indianapolis.
HMSES, a co-op between schools in Hancock, Madison and Shelby Counties, provides special education services across districts.
No one showed up to Madison County's first needle exchange clinic aimed at preventing an HIV outbreak.
The emergency declaration will allow the county to set up a syringe exchange aimed at mitigating the spread of Hepatitis C.
Madison County is requesting approval for a needle-exchange program to prevent an HIV epidemic like the one that’s infected nearly 170 people in Scott County.
A legislative study panel voted 12-1 to leave it up to the counties whether to build light rail or stick to expanding bus service.
IU experts say the recent tax cap and the end of the toll road lease will keep local city and county budgets on the edge for at least a few years.