The Environmental Protection Agency has finalized its plans to clean up contamination at the site of the old DuPont chemical plant in East Chicago. It’s adjacent to infamous U.S.S. Lead Superfund site.
Representatives from the Office of the Indiana Attorney General collected prescription drugs from Terre Haute residents Friday.
Groups Recover Together is one of several addiction treatment centers opening in Bloomington this year.
The Fayette County Commissioners approved a contract with Fayette Regional Health System allowing it to take over the program. Fayette County will not pay the hospital to run the program.
The company that processes some 40 percent of SNAP transactions at farmers markets across the U.S. will shut down at the end of the month. This puts 24 of Indiana's 74 SNAP-accepting markets at risk of losing that service.
This week on Noon Edition we'll talk about the opioid crisis in Indiana and the City of Bloomington's decision to publish detailed overdose information on a city website.
Authorities say a central Indiana paramedic stole vials of the painkiller fentanyl from ambulances that were intended for patient use.
As Bloomington officials attempted to remove location details from a map on a city website, they inadvertently published information that included the names, address and ages of drug overdose victims.
Indiana health and broadband providers will soon be able to apply for federal money to increase the use of tele-medicine.
The mayor directed location information to be removed from the website as a result of community concerns.