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A group of Indiana faith leaders has teamed up with IUPUI to provide free, anonymous lead testing kits in Indianapolis, Muncie and, eventually, statewide. The program aims to break down barriers for Black, Brown and other communities of color, and lower-income communities who are more likely to be exposed to lead at home.

Justin Hicks / IPB News

The Indiana State Department of Health and IUPUI will begin the third phase of its COVID-19 tracking study on Sept. 29. This round of the study is set to include children as participants for the first time.

Lauren Chapman / IPB News

More than $61 million in federal funding from the CARES Act is making its way into Indiana schools to support remote learning needs.

Indiana State Police

CROWN POINT - A woman driving northbound in the southbound lanes on I-65 hit another vehicle, killing herself and the driver of the other car.

Indiana State Police Public Information Officer Trooper Glen Fifield, says it happened just after 1:30 a.m. Monday.

A 911 caller reported that a vehicle entered I-65 from the wrong ramp at U.S. 231.  About one minute later, OnStar reported a crash involving a 2015 Chevrolet Corvette.

New ECHO Project At IUPUI Focuses On HIV

Feb 26, 2019
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NWI Times / Inside Indiana Business

Today:  A conversation with Jennifer Mullen, RN, Trauma Program Coordinator and Dr. Reuben Rutland, one of the trauma surgeons at Methodist Hospital Northlake campus in Gary, which has just been verified by the American College of Surgeons as a Level III Trauma Center -- the only trauma center in northwest Indiana.  The hospital first sought accreditation two years ago.

Indiana Public Broadcasting's Annie Ropeik reports on a citizen in Indianapolis who's taken it upon himself to help maintain the streets he drives on in his city -- by filling in potholes when he sees them.