Officials will hold a briefing on the HIV outbreak in southeastern Indiana; Bloomington-based Cook Group has a new leader. Read more in our morning roundup.
Despite efforts to quell the outbreak caused by the sharing of dirty needles, the number of new HIV infections in and around Scott County continues to rise.
Health officials say they've known there was a drug problem in Scott County for at least the past decade.
Most of the cases are linked to IV drug abuse, with the infection spreading through shared dirty needles.
The Indiana Attorney General filed a motion Friday to suspend the license of the pharmacy that has been linked to a nationwide meningitis outbreak.
The FDA found unclean conditions at a southern Indiana farm linked to an outbreak of salmonella that killed three people in Kentucky and left hundreds sick.
The Indiana State Fair says pigs at several fairs around the state have been getting sick.
State health officials say Indiana is experiencing its largest outbreak of whooping cough, including two infant deaths, since 1959.