Religious leaders in Indiana accompanied Erika Fierro to her mandatory immigration check-in Tuesday and held a vigil to protest her situation.
The state is giving money to nearly a dozen school corporations to help them offer more science, technology, engineering and math – or STEM – education.
U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams says more people should carry naloxone, the opioid overdose antidote. But it’s hard to get it to people who need it most.
The lawsuit challenges the 2018 law’s new abortion complication reporting requirements and mandated yearly inspections of abortion clinics.
Indiana’s unemployment rate held steady last month at 3.2 percent, remaining at its lowest point since December 2000. The rate hasn’t increased since July last year.
Students across the nation walked out of school Friday to protest gun violence in schools, but efforts will likely need to shift to keep up the momentum.
Competitive online gaming, or esports, has exploded in popularity lately, especially for college students.
A court struck down portions of Indiana’s 2016 anti-abortion measure, which in part banned abortions performed solely because of a fetus’s gender, race, or potential disability.
Indiana lawmakers will consider five bills in their May 14 special session – without public testimony or amendments.
A national addiction policy group launched an Indiana chapter this week with an aim to create more resources for families and individuals struggling with addiction.