The man was arrested on a tentative charge of second-degree sexual assault.
This weekend, 150 central Indiana companies put their fitness skills to the test.
A northwest Ohio community that sought thousands of gallons of water during a tap water ban now has too much stockpiled and is giving it away for free.
Former Peanut Corporation of America owner Stewart Parnell, 60, could face more than three decades in prison for the outbreak that was linked to nine deaths.
The Indiana State Department of Health reports 233 medical exemptions were granted for kindergartners for the 2013-14 school year.
The government is confining its 6 million people to their homes through Sunday in a bid to stem the biggest Ebola outbreak in history.
The money goes toward treatment and support programs for people living at Alzheimer’s disease.
A state agency is preparing a multimedia campaign aimed at trying to reduce Indiana’s high infant-mortality rate.
Burger King Japan added black cheese and deepened the color of the other ingredients in a special burger duo added to menus Friday.
“The best way to protect yourself against the flu is to get a flu vaccination.”
Authorities hope to find and isolate Ebola patients who have resisted going to health centers, often seen only as places to die.
Did you know, every 13 hours a baby in Indiana dies. State and local health officials say much of the blame falls on parents with bad habits they don’t break before pregnancy.
Repeated exposure to antibiotics can lead germs to become resistant to the drug so that it is no longer effective in treating a particular illness.
More than 25 percent of pregnant women in West Virginia from 2008 to 2011 said they smoked during their pregnancy.
A British nurse who survived Ebola has traveled to the United States to donate blood to an American still battling the disease.
Those blue specks found in Crest toothpaste apparently aren’t there to clean your teeth.
Indiana’s attorney general has filed complaints against four doctors for allegedly violating the state’s abortion record-keeping and advice and consent laws.
The authors said they are not recommending any changes in how people use artificial sweeteners based on their study, which included some human experiments.
Child’s Play Charities donated toys, games, electronics, video games, and gift cards that will help distract and comfort kids during hospital stays.
The study released by the Fort Wayne-Allen County Department of Health shows a majority of young people feel that cyberbullying is a serious problem.