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Legislators are crafting a grant program aimed at improving Indiana's sixth-worst in the nation infant mortality rate. Instead of state initiatives to address infant mortality, legislators are hoping local hospitals and doctors have better ideas. The proposed "Safety PIN" (for...
This Wednesday marks the 25th anniversary of the passing of Indiana teenager Ryan White. White died from complications of HIV/AIDS April 8, 1990. Officials at the Indy-based Damien Center say since the former Kokomo student's passing, the nation has made great strides on the...
An Indiana podiatrist is sending out a warning to Hoosiers. Watch your feet. The American Podiatric Medical Association says more than 38 million young students take part in sports activities each year across the United States. One in three who participate in team sports will...
Indiana's Congressional legislators are speaking out on the pending Iran nuclear deal. Republican Congresswoman Susan Brooks says many questions about the deal remain unanswered. Brooks says she questions whether the deal will lead to the actual dismantling of Iran's nuclear...
Two adults and three children were shot in a Northwest Side town home and police are trying to figure out why. The shooting happened Sunday night around 9:30. Police say three suspects entered an apartment on Wildflower Court, fired numerous shots and fled the scene The victims...
A pedestrian was killed in downtown Indianapolis early this morning after a crash involving a taxi. Police say that the crash happened at East New York Street and North Cleveland Street and by the time they arrived the victim was already deceased. Witnesses say that the...
Ball State University economist Dr. Mike Hicks is concerned about the latest jobs report. The U.S. Labor Department says the economy created only about 126,000 jobs in March. That kept the unemployment rate steady at 5.5%. Job creation for March was the worst month for new jobs...
Warren Englehardt at his home at Zionsville Meadows (image courtesy of Zionsville Meadows) There will be two milestones met when the Indy Honor Flight takes off for Washington DC on Saturday. The Honor Flight organization's first trip of 2015 will also be its largest ever, with...
Some concerned members of Indiana LGBT community don't think Indiana lawmakers and Governor Mike Pence went far enough with the RFRA fix. Indiana MoveOn members say RFRA only protects the LGBT community from discrimination on religious, but not civil grounds. Scott Spychala is...