Easy to spread, the flu can have deadly consequences.
More than 134,000 people used passenger rails in the state of Indiana this year.
Nine people face charges after police say a 3-year-old girl was locked inside a wooden box for extended periods of time.
Children who would like to track Santa are asked to ask their parents for permission or help.
A federal agency has awarded nearly $18 million in funding to dozens of Indiana’s housing and service programs for the homeless.
The kid has only been on the job for about a week.
The town was sued over a cross on its Christmas tree in the city.
Frank Shahadey made his initial appearance in federal court for his indictment in Indianapolis on Tuesday.
Chloe had the chance to meet and thank some of the Riley researchers who helped save her life.
The Chicago-Fort Wayne-Columbus passenger rail line would make connections to 100 regional cities.
State labor officials say Indiana had a record-tying low of 115 workplace deaths in 2015.
President Obama has been granting commutations at rapid-fire pace in his final months in office.
In 2015, the U.S. government first put a limit on sugar, recommending that added sugar only make up 10 percent of your daily calories.
Despite Indiana being ranked in the bottom half, the state has gone up for the first time in four years.