Coalition considers listing public fund abusers
The Public Integrity Coalition, newly formed by the Indiana attorney general, is considering a way to connect local governments and…
Indy musician recounts painkiller addiction
From bringing down the house at charity concerts to visiting the White House with former President Bill Clinton, musician Jimmy Ryser was on…
Mother, nurse wants Narcan in public's hands
A Central Indiana mother is pushing lawmakers for greater access to Narcan – a drug that can be a lifesaver in the case of a heroin overdose.
Addicts target Wal-Mart in shoplifting scheme
Feeding a heroin addiction often means addicts resort to stealing – from friends, family and businesses.
City could consider public's use of Narcan
Indianapolis police and ambulance crews have reported success in dispensing Narcan to people who overdose on heroin.
911 calls tell story of public heroin use
Indianapolis is seeing roughly three heroin overdoses each day, but they're not confined just to dark alleys as Hollywood would have you believe.
Tuesday: GOP favored, but expect extra innings
The battle for control of the Senate is a bit like this year's World Series between the Giants and the Royals – steady, not glitzy, close and…
Pence hits road for GOP; Dems plan final weekend
Republican Gov. Mike Pence has taken to the campaign trail to support Republican candidates for the General Assembly, making bus stops…
OPINION: This is the Costanza Election
This is at least the third time that a midterm election has been labeled a “Seinfeld Election” – an election about nothing.…
Candidate charged with stalking opponent
An Indiana Statehouse candidate is facing four felony charges after allegations of stalking one of his opponents.
Ind. ranks near bottom in political engagement
Indiana residents are far less engaged in politics and contribute less money to political campaigns than nearly every other state in the…
NY and NJ soften policies on forced quarantines
New York and New Jersey have both softened the policies requiring medical workers traveling from West Africa to be isolated in a hospital for 21 days.
Bart. Co. voters to decide Pre-K referendum
Next Tuesday, Bartholomew County voters will decide on a referendum to raise taxes to help send needy children to preschool.
College Application Day helps ready seniors
High school seniors are set to participate in College Application Day.
$10K grant gives teachers a chance to travel
A special grant aimed at educators could give teachers, principals and guidance counselors the chance to travel the world for free.
Turnabout on education hints at election fears
Legislative battles across Indiana have quietly shaped up to continue fights over education that have defined the past two statewide elections.
Nixed grant expected to send 5,700 to preschool
State officials expected a federal grant to help send 5,700 more Indiana children to preschool programs before Gov. Mike Pence decided not to…
Pence won't reconsider bid for $80M pre-K grant
Gov. Mike Pence stood by his decision not to seek a federal preschool grant worth up to $80 million Tuesday despite calls for him to reconsider.