The Indiana State Department of Health is trying to clear up misconceptions about Ebola with a new telephone hotline.
Changes are coming to Indiana’s food stamp program that could cause about 65,000 Hoosiers to lose their benefits next year.
People in Hamilton County are being watched for possible exposure to the Ebola virus.
This time of the year, campaign signs are about as plentiful along highways as fallen leaves.
UPDATE: God's Bright Treasures is continuing to accept donations of old shoes that people in impoverished parts of the world will be given in order to sell, providing an income for their families.
Southwest Local Schools’ efforts to update the district’s athletic facilities is getting a big hand – and a big check – from The Cincinnati Bengals and the National Football League.
If you live in the tri-state long enough, there’s a decent chance that you will at least come close to a deer bounding its way across the highway into the path of your vehicle.
The 2014 Fall Property Tax installment is due Monday, November 10th.
Police have identified more suspects who allegedly scammed area businesses out of thousands of dollars.
When snow storms hit in Indiana, somebody needs to clear the roads.