Purdue University is developing technology that would give soft contact lenses the ability to monitor body temperature, glucose levels and other health factors.
The original 2016 ordinance requires a permit for any public dance within the city. The revised version changes the wording to focus on “special events,” rather than dances.
The lawsuit claims that, while county officials have known about the overcrowded and potentially unhealthy conditions for years, they have not fixed the issue.
State health officials say humans can get the flu if they're too close to an infected pig.
Superintendent Danny Tanoos announced his retirement in February of this year. His last day in the position is June 30.
The City of Columbus is considering renovating a section of its riverfront to make it safer for residents. The plan would make some parts of the river calmer.
Erin Predmore has accepted an offer to serve as President and CEO. She will replace Interim President Anne Bono.
A former Vigo County School Corporation employee wants to be able to keep his police pension instead of using it to pay the more than $80,000 he owes the district.
Vigo County officials met Wednesday to see potential renderings of the project from an Indianapolis architecture firm.
The decision comes after the Indiana Department of Education spent a month investigating a potential leak of test questions.