Lead-based paint remains a common source of lead poisoning in young children. Hundreds of homes will be tested each year.
Residents have fought plans to develop a limestone quarry along the Wabash River near Lafayette, arguing that it would lead to noise, traffic, pollution and water quality problems and hurt property values.
The Tipton women told officers she found the child not breathing about 20 minutes after placing him face-down in a crib.
Authorities say the man killed his wife in 2015 and tried to make it look like she died during a break-in. He maintains his innocence.
One lawmaker is suggesting lawmakers allow alcohol sales at grocery, convenience, pharmacies and liquor stores on Sundays from noon to 7 p.m.
A Goldsmith man was arrested after police found 300 marijuana plants, 6 pounds of processed marijuana and $13,000 in hydroponic growing equipment in his home.
An Indiana man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend and eating parts of her body isn’t mentally competent to stand trial, a judge ruled Wednesday.
An Indianapolis fertility doctor accused of inseminating patients with his own sperm is expected to plead guilty to charges that he lied to investigators.
A University of Notre Dame graduate is donating $100 million to the university, in the largest unrestricted philanthropic gift the school has ever received.
About 38,500 Indiana students currently lack the connectivity needed to use modern classroom technology. Also, 30 districts don’t have high-speed connections.
IU Health plans to build one or more hospitals in Fort Wayne with an official announcement coming Thursday, according to multiple sources.
Interfraternity Council President Trevor Holland says the decision was made with the university for the safety of their members and the community.
The company that owns the Crown Audio plant in Elkhart has notified state officials it intends to lay off 50 workers effective Dec. 22. Harman International Industries announced last month it would close the factory that makes audio devices for concert venues and other settings, although some job cuts might not happen until next summer.
The report looks at three years of data from the KIDS COUNT data book and breaks it down by racial and socioeconomic factors. It then provides suggestions on how to address the issues.
With the new WIC app, benefit recipients can scan food barcodes at the stores and instantly see what’s approved, as well as other information.
The 44-year-old woman suffered multiple blunt force trauma in an accident involving a machine Saturday night at the Autoneum North America plant in Jeffersonville.
The poll’s findings come amid a public relations blitz by Gov. Eric Holcomb, who has touted new projects during appearances around the state.
All three pharmacists were found to have misused Indiana’s online INSPECT database that pharmacists and physicians use to check controlled-substance prescription histories of patients.
The project will replace an existing insulin vial filling line and allow it to meet growing demand for its insulin products.
Police and school officials say a man visiting Indiana State University’s campus was wounded when a handgun being carried in his pocket accidentally discharged.