Indiana’s State Chemist Office has been busy ahead of the 2018 planting season preparing farmers to use the powerful herbicide Dicamba.
A report from an Indiana trade organization claims nine in ten Hoosiers have access to high-speed Internet, but legislators are not convinced.
Data shows rates of drug overdose deaths are continuing to rise in rural areas of Indiana, surpassing metropolitan numbers.
Residents living in rural Indiana are looking at different ways to fight the opioid epidemic.
Indiana Rural Health Association, Upper Midwest Telehealth Resource Center to receive $325,000 per year across next three years.
Ranking Indiana ninth in the country, The Health Resources and Services Administration is recognizing 10 states for improving healthcare in their communities.
Why some southwestern Indiana residents are running against long-time incumbents for a spot on their energy cooperative's board of directors.
A new national report finds the number of babies born addicted to drugs has risen sharply, especially in rural areas.
About 44 percent of Hoosiers living in rural areas don't have access to high-speed Internet.
Rural areas often have the most difficult time addressing drug problems because of a lack of resources.