The steel and aluminum tariff Indiana impact. Trump’s plan to combat the opioid epidemic. And the state’s bobcat population.
Officials removed bobcats from the state’s endangered species list in 2005, and the DNR says there’s evidence showing the population is robust enough to start a hunting season.
President Trump’s tariffs on imported steel and aluminum go into effect Friday, and they could negatively impact a growing industry in Indiana.
Students at Indiana State University got a look this week at some of the challenges inmates face, even after their jail time is up.
The legislative session is over. Our statehouse reporter joins us for the latest. And students filed out to protest gun violence.
Lawmakers legalized CBD oil, approved a measure to fill a funding gap for K-12 public schools, and more. But even lawmakers called the session’s end chaotic.
Students across the country participated in the first of several protests planned in response to recent gun violence.
Indiana University Health Bloomington is working to prescribe fewer opioids to patients – even in the hospital’s emergency room.
Dozens of protesters marched to Gov. Eric Holcomb’s office Tuesday to request he veto a bill that would dramatically increase penalties for a drug dealer if a person overdoses and dies.
Those working on the opioid crisis frontline want to know what’s next? How county officials and Amish communities are working together to preserve the roads.