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Joining a chorus of Hoosier cities and counties, Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill has filed a lawsuit against Purdue Pharma alleging its misrepresentation of the risks and benefits of opioids played a role in the state's opioid crisis.


A 13-year-old boy has shown no remorse for shooting his teacher and a classmate at his Indianapolis-area school, and he will remain the responsibility of the state juvenile detention system until he is 18, an Indiana judge ruled Wednesday.


The Indiana Audubon Society is giving a heads up to owl fans this winter, as another possible invasion of the all-white, snowy owl is beginning to take place in Indiana right now. Owl fans should be on the watch now for the first snowy owls entering Indiana


Nearly a third of households in the United States have struggled to pay their energy bills, according to an Energy Information Administration report released this month. That holds true for Indiana, with a slight difference in geography across the country, but Hispanics and racial minorities face the greatest risks when it comes to taking drastic action to keep heat bills affordable.

WHITING, Ind. (AP) — A northwestern Indiana factory has repeatedly violated federal health standards by releasing alarmingly high concentrations of airborne lead in two cities that are already facing a problem with lead-contaminated soil, according to federal and state environmental officials.

Republicans will maintain their supermajority status in the Indiana General Assembly after votes were finally tallied in Porter County where state Rep. Ed Soliday, of Valparaiso, defeated his Democratic challenger.

The Indiana Court of Appeals has sent a case back to Jackson County Court, telling the judge he must make findings on whether a 16-year-old Guatemalan girl would qualify for special immigration status.

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicle says all of its license branches will be closed Saturday in observance of the Veterans Day holiday. The BMV also says branches with a regular Monday schedule will be closed Monday in observance

“We’re becoming a one-party state," said Brian Howey, publisher of Howey Politics Indiana. “Joe Donnelly is kind of like right now the death knell of the Bayh-era Democratic Party. It no longer exists.”

State Rep. Phil GiaQuinta, D-Fort Wayne, was named new minority floor leader during a Democratic caucus at the Indiana Statehouse on Wednesday.


A 13-year-old boy admitted Monday to shooting and wounding a classmate and a teacher at a suburban Indianapolis school in May, saying in a statement read by his attorneys during a juvenile court hearing that, "If I could, I would take it back."


There are few things that can make you feel lousier than the flu, and the 2018-19 season is expected to be particularly brutal.“The flu makes me nervous,” said Dr. Mark Bustamante, of Oak Street Health in Indianapolis.

President Donald Trump is headed back out on the campaign trail with rallies Friday in West Virginia and Indiana. In Indiana, he'll have help from Hall of Fame basketball coach Bob Knight, who coached the Indiana University Hoosiers.

The open enrollment period for 2019 health insurance coverage through the Marketplace and other individual plans is here. The Indiana Department of Insurance has what Hoosiers need to know to enroll. Consumers in Indiana use the federal Marketplace through Healthcare.gov, and for them, open enrollment runs Nov. 1– Dec. 15.

A former breeder of bearded dragons was ordered by a state board to stop testing fecal matter from the popular pet reptiles after complaints that it the company was running an illegal veterinary service.


U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly charged Republican opponent Mike Braun during Tuesday's debate with running an auto parts manufacturing business where employees have a hefty $10,000 health insurance deductible.

A pilot program teaching high school students how to properly use prescribed medicine and ways to battle illegal substance use will be expanded into 18 Indiana counties.The Prescription Drug Safety Network is a 45-minute computer program that can be

Voters this year are being asked whether they support an amendment to the Indiana Constitution obligating the General Assembly to adopt balanced budgets unless two-thirds of the members of both chambers vote to suspend the requirement


As President Donald Trump learned Saturday of the deadly attacks on a Jewish synagogue in Pittsburgh, he had staffers arrange for a minister and a rabbi to join him onstage for a speech at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis.

Medical marijuana advocates say they I still think they have a good chance of getting a medical cannabis bill passed, as limited as it may be, perhaps as early as the next coming session of the General Assembly.

On Thursday, Norman Burgess, 44, of Danville, was sentenced to 15 months in federal prison and ordered to pay $139,550 in restitution to the Wayne Township Volunteer Fire Department. He had pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud.


JEFFERSONTOWN, Ky. (AP) — A male suspect fatally shot a man and a woman at a Kroger grocery store on the outskirts of Louisville, Kentucky, on Wednesday, and then exchanged fire with an armed bystander before fleeing the scene, police said. He was captured shortly afterward.