For the past decade, Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) has helped thousands of students overcome barriers and stay on the right track.
A chance for Hoosiers to win money, may also be the key to help hundreds of Indiana veterans.
U Health says there are over 100,000 people waiting for a kidney, but less than 20,000 transplants are performed every year.
The vaccines start March 1.
The ceremony took place at the City-County Building.
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The African American experience is as old and rich as America itself. But much of this history is only known to a few, or even overlooked en…
The event starts at 3 p.m. at the City-County Building.
It was part of a nationwide cat adoption event.
The Lord’s Pantry at Anna’s House distributes “souper bowl bags” to those less fortunate.
It is expected there will be close to 600 plungers in attendance at this year’s Plunge.
Check out how one organization is helping out within the Hoosier community!
Today, people all around the world will choose to raise awareness on what changes so many lives.
The Little Hats, Big Hearts program raises awareness about heart disease.