The report released last week found that about 8 percent or 530,000 Indiana residents lacked medical insurance in 2016, compared to 14 percent or 903,000 residents in 2013.
The $38 million clinic in Mishawaka is opening Monday after almost two years of construction. Officials say the new clinic will offer more outpatient services than the previous clinic in downtown South Bend, with the number of patients expected to grow from about 8,000 to 13,000 over the next two years.
The boy became scared and turned the throttle as he grabbed onto the handle bars.
All high school seniors who will graduate between January and June 2018 are eligible, so long as they are a U.S. citizen. The program is also open to private, parochial and home school students.
Mayor Pete Buttigieg said that paid parental leave is “the right thing to do” and is “pro-family” by supporting parents.
The planned statues include ones of basketball stars Larry Bird, Tamika Catchings, Bobby Leonard, Reggie Miller and Oscar Robertson.
The Colts will use the Grand Park Events Center’s 370,000-square-foot center and four outdoor fields from July 22 to Aug. 18.
The skimmers, which are used to steal credit card information, can be easily spotted if you know what to look for according to Indiana State Police.
Trondo Humphrey, now 38 years old, was released Friday from the county jail in Anderson.
An Indiana factory that makes various audio devices will close over several months, affecting 115 workers.
The manpounded on the door, said he was looking for a woman, then kicked in the door. It appears to be a case of self-defense.
The funding announced Thursday by the Health and Human Services will enable 21 health centers across the state to increase patient access to both mental health and substance abuse services.
The Muncie schools canceled two days of classes after many buses ran late and some children weren’t picked up Aug. 2 for the first day of school. Officials spent days adjusting bus schedules.
The Department of Education says DeVos’ first stop will begin Friday morning at the 21st Century Charter School in Gary.
The Indiana State Ethics Commission moved on Thursday to bar former Department of Homeland Security administrator Leann Walton from ever working in state government. Walton was fired as the agency’s chief financial officer in August 2016.
Drone video shows damaged downtown LaGrange as the owner of the buildings weighs his options.
Community leaders addressed lawmakers saying poor internet connection impacts home prices, the size of school districts, and students’ ability to work.
The incident started when police said the woman wandered into the bar area of the hotel without wearing pants and demanded a Coke, then began spitting.
The university plans to build two additional residence halls to accommodate the increase in students living on campus. The goal is to strengthen the school’s residential nature.
One teen smashed a window in the locked Jeep with a tire iron before the teens pulled the woman from the burning SUV.