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Republican Mike Braun Surging in Indiana Senate Race
According to a recent poll conducted by the Braun campaign from October 14-17, Braun leads Donnelly by 44 to 40 percent, with seven percent backing Lucy Brenton, and five percent of voters remain undecided.
Hoosier Dental Care Gets a $1.6M Boost - Building Indiana
The grant, “Strengthening the Oral Health Workforce in Indiana through an Innovative Community-Based Dental Education Model,” is a collaboration among the dental school, the Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and Policy at the IU School of Medicine, and the Indiana State Department of Health
Indiana Abortion Advocates Tell Their Attorney General To ‘Stop Chipping Away At Roe’
“Nothing in the Constitution prohibits states from requiring health facilities to provide an element of basic human dignity in disposing of fetuses,” Hill said in a statement,The Chicago Tribune reported Sunday.
Oak Street Health and Humana Team Up To Expand Access to Value-Based Care in Indiana With New Indianapolis Center
INDIANAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oak Street Health, a network of health centers providing primary care for Medicare patients, and leading health and well-being companyHumana Inc.(NYSE: HUM) are expanding the availability of coordinated, patient-centered care in Indiana. Through a value-based care netw
You'll vote on two Indiana judges during 2018 midterm. Here's who they are | Webb
Supreme Court Justice Geoffrey Slaughter and Court of Appeals Judge Robert Altice are both up for retention. In Indiana, higher court judges are appointed by the governor. After that, voters must reaffirm them every 10 years.
Indiana Farmers Harvest 60-Acres To Write Incredible Trump Message
Even though some have expressed concern over farmers being hurt by President Donald Trump’s “tariff wars,” some Indiana farmers have made it clear that they are thankful about his overall policies, not worried.A special message was created to show Trump just how much “all the winning” is appreciated
Silver Alert declared for woman, 69, missing from Indiana
Mary L. Perry | Indiana State policeSUN TIMES MEDIA WIRE- Police have issued a statewide Silver Alert for a 69-year-old woman missing from Fort Wayne, Indiana.Mary L. Perry was last seen about 5:30 p.m. Sunday. She is believed to be in extreme danger and may require medical assistance, according to
Opioid crisis spending sluggish in Indiana - WOWO 1190 AM | 107.5 FM
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Indiana Election 2018: Is Watson too liberal for the 9th district?
Liz Watson, the Democrat running for Congress in Indiana's 9th District, is facing an uphill battle against Republican Rep. Trey Hollingsworth in a red district that voted for President Donald Trump by nearly 27 points in 2016.
Is Indiana part of the new tornado alley?
The study in the Journal Climate and Atmospheric Science found that over the past few decades, U.S. tornadoes have shifted. The number of tornados has decreased in Oklahoma, Texas, and Kansas but spinning up more in states along the Mississippi River and farther east. including here in Indiana.
Escalating tariff war means economic uncertainty for Indiana businesses
Agricultural production has long been a cornerstone of the Indiana economy. With more than 10,000 businesses, 60,000 farms and 15,000 acres involved in research to improve farming, the state is undoubtedly a leader in national agriculture. This is just one of the reasons an escalating trade war with
Odds looking good for legal sports betting next year in Indiana
INDIANAPOLIS — Sports betting could be coming next year to Indiana, and placing a wager might be as convenient as reaching for your mobile phone.A legislative study committee unanimously recommended last week that the 2019 General Assembly consider having Indiana join the six states where betting on
Revived Indiana needle exchange program has positive results
ANDERSON, Ind. (AP) - A central Indiana county's revived needle exchange program has collected nearly twice as many used needles as the number of clean needles it's distributed, according to the behavior health system running the program. Aspire Indiana Executive Director Jerry Landers told The Hera
State studying northern Indiana site of recent semi crashes
Another trucker, 29-year-old Zackariah Anderson of Rushville, died in an August crash at the intersection.
Updated Penn State bowl projections; Lions should have wanted more from Indiana win, and more
Donnie Collins of the Scranton Times-Tribuneoffered his take on the Indiana win, which he called a need but said the Lions should have wanted more. Collins said it's fair to wonder if the win was the type of performance Penn State can build on for the second half of the season, beginning with Iowa S
Roundup: UF swimming splits with ranked Indiana and Texas
Both Florida swim teams came into this weekend's tri-meet in Austin, Texas, with plenty of confidence and something to prove.UF faces off with Texas and Indiana this weekend in AustinFlorida’s swimming and diving teams will be back in action this weekend, matching up against…
Indiana Attorneys Ask Health Committee To Oppose Medical Weed
INDIANAPOLIS, IN — The Association of Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys, Inc. is asking the Indiana Interim Study Committee on Public Health, Behavioral Health and Human Services to oppose medical marijuana legalization across the state. In a letter sent Thursday by Executive Secretary David Powell, the
Indiana's 5th Congressional District: Susan Brooks vs Dee Thornton
U.S. Rep. Susan Brooks, R-5th District, speaks to an audience at Anderson's Paramount Theatre, in this January 2016 file photo.John P. Cleary
Evansville Woman Wins Miss Indiana USA Crown - 44News | Evansville, IN
Fritchley is a graduate of North High School, and she is currently a student at Butler University. Tate is a former Miss Vanderburgh County Fair Queen, and she was the 2016 Indiana State Fair Queen.
Indiana's 4 Congressional's District : Jim Baird vs Tobi Beck
Republican Jim Baird+3Work/elected experience: Indiana Congressional District 10, 2010-present,