Illinois regulators have yanked a doctor's license for prescribing vast amounts of addictive painkillers to patients in 11 states, including Indiana.
About one in five employers reported an injury or near miss due to prescription drug issues.
A new report from Trust of America's Health measures fatal injury rates across the country.
The Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index has consistently found the Hoosier State to be among the worst for individual well-being.
A report from the American Cancer Society says Indiana's pain management policies have significantly improved. The state went from a grade of C+ to a B.
A doctor at St. Vincent Hospital says hospitals in Indiana and surrounding states have seen a 300 percent increase in heroin overdoses.
Jim Irsay is charged with two misdemeanor counts of impaired driving in connection with his March arrest.
Legislation passed this sessions builds upon a law created in 2012.
Attorney General Greg Zoeller says legislation passed this session will help address Indiana’s prescription drug abuse epidemic from multiple angles.
Irsay is due in court March 26 to face four felony counts of driving under the influence and possession of a controlled substance.