Ohio processed more than 24 million queries from doctors and other health professionals through the Board of Pharmacy’s Ohio Automated Rx Reporting System.
Indiana saw a more than 300 percent increase in the number of overdose deaths from heroin between 2010 and 2015, climbing from 54 to 239.
The move comes after the Indiana House approved a budget bill last month including an amendment that blocked its annexation efforts and barred the city from revisiting the plan for five years.
Ticks can spread Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever and other diseases. The primary disease of concern that mosquitoes spread is West Nile virus.
The 6-year-old girl was partially ejected from a minivan Sunday afternoon when her mom was punched by her boyfriend and he grabbed the wheel while the two were arguing.
In a tweet Sunday night, the president calls for putting more money into the health care system. And he says he wants it to be “the best anywhere.”
The U.S. ban on laptops from passenger cabins on some international flights may get expanded. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly says he’s considering banning laptops from the passenger cabins of all international flights to and from the United States.
Officers issued 149 summonses for illegal possession or consumption of an alcohol beverage. Other charges included possession of a false ID, providing alcohol beverages to minors, and drugs.
The Fort Wayne Urban League works to encourage parents to take an active role in teaching their children. They host a special gala to help raise money and awareness for the cause.
It’s that time of year again when you’ll start to see more and more bees buzzing around. But, what do you do about them? Megan Ryan and Alex Cornwell from Southwest Honey Company joined First News Saturday with some advice.
Police are allowed to use drones for search-and-rescue efforts, to record crash scenes and to help in emergencies, but the law requires a warrant for other uses.
The school has proposed a 1.9 percent tuition increase. That amounts to $85 per semester for a full-time in-state undergraduate student.
With no clear favorite, questions about Honda’s reliability, Penske’s power and newcomer Fernando Alonso’s lack of experience in this race, there could be a surprise winner in “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing.”
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education will accept applications for the grants until June 30.
RiverDrums is a free public event featuring volunteer artists representing Fort Wayne’s history focusing on our rivers as a unique community resource
The two slept on store shelves hidden by boxes at a Walmart in central Indiana and the video of their stunt on YouTube has garnered them national attention.
The lawsuit filed Thursday argues the museum’s $35 million expansion project violates the organization’s rights to property easements.
The Allen County Highway Department gave away free sandbags Thursday and they were filled quickly.
A charged debate happened last session over whether convenience stores should be able to sell cold beer.
The suit alleges the former Munster Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent received more than $850,000 in overpayments to their annuities, salary and stipend, and other items between 1999 and 2014.