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We look at what overcapacity jails mean for some of the state’s most vulnerable citizens. Tour the new IU School of Art, Architecture and Design building in Columbus. Monroe County is looking at ways to improve its rural transit system, in particular for elderly people in rural areas.

A Senate committee advanced legislation to empower foster parents. Anti-abortion bills are on the move. And the House passes a vaping tax. Here’s what you might have missed this week at the Statehouse.

Indiana University’s new Master of Architecture program is only in its second year, but applications are growing and students are settling into the new building in Columbus.

A new bike route is being planned for south central Indiana. Officials behind the project say it's an effort to promote safety and connectivity. 

The Indiana State Department of Health has confirmed 1,023 cases of Hepatitis A in Indiana as part of a multi-state outbreak of the highly infectious liver disease.

Representatives from healthcare, pharmaceutical and medical device companies came together at Cook Medical headquarters Friday to talk about the ongoing opioid crisis in Indiana.

Two Indianapolis companies had vastly different experiences trying to avoid the steel tariff.

The owner of two Bloomington restaurants must pay more than $160,000 to some of its employees after a U.S. Department of Labor investigation.

Indy Eleven owner Ersal Ozdemir argues attendance continues to grow and a new facility could help the team become a part of Major League Soccer.

A bill working its way through the state Senate would make it easier for companies to store carbon dioxide underground.

A state insurance committee this week advanced a bill that would limit short-term health plans to under a year.

A proposal to include newborn screenings for a genetic disease called Krabbe is headed to the Indiana Senate.

Senate President Pro Tem Rodric Bray (R-Martinsville) says his chamber won’t be influenced by what the House will support when it comes to hate crimes legislation.

County sheriffs say more people are ending up in their jails who have mental illnesses. And, the overcrowded facilities don't have the resources to address their needs.

To celebrate Valentine's Day, actors read aloud from the Lilly Library's expansive collection of love letters.

The Bloomington Craft Beer Festival is making a comeback after a one-year hiatus.

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