Coming close to the latest wire, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield and Parkview Health have reached an agreement that will give Anthem members continued in-network access to all Parkview Health providers and facilities.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published the initial findings from the Indiana University Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI, the nation’s first statewide random sampling study to look for prevalence of COVID-19.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana is temporarily expanding its Next Level Jobs program through Dec. 30 to include more job seekers and employers, northeast Indiana lawmakers say.
As more states and municipalities make masks mandatory in public settings, the U.S. Department of Justice and the Better Business Bureau have issued a warning about flyers or cards stating that the owner is exempt from wearing face masks. These cards are not issued or approved by any state o…
AUBURN — Emmy Award-winning director and former Auburn resident George A. Johnson’s fifth feature film, “Pulled From Darkness,” is set to begin production this fall.
KENDALLVILLE — Whether East Noble students are positive for COVID-19, sick with symptoms that look like COVID-19 or simply exposed to someone with COVID-19, they’ll likely be home for at least 10 days.
ANGOLA — There will be live music supporting the Community Humane Shelter of Steuben County on the Crooked Lake sandbar July 24-25 for the seventh annual Crooked Lake Sandbar Music Festival.
AUBURN — An Auburn man is halfway through a project of penning a series of four books, beginning with the story of a retired sheriff solving a mystery and concluding with the story of how readers got to book one.
ANGOLA — The greater Angola community has gone the extra mile in helping welcome back returning and new international students at Trine University.
The federal Payroll Protection Plan worked as intended to carry small businesses and organizations through the COVID-19 pandemic, three local leaders said.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana hospitals continue to care for all Hoosier patients, including those with COVID-19, but new data show that the pandemic is causing significant financial challenges for hospitals across the state. With the impact of increased costs of supplies and other expenditures, su…
ANGOLA — There are two new faces working for Turning Point in Angola these days, but they’re not faces that are new to the world of needing someplace in their lives to make a change.
INDIANAPOLIS — COVID-19 can cause an array of serious health symptoms in its own right, but statewide statistics show the disease can be much more serious for people who have other underlying conditions.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen. Mike Braun’s bid to discuss tweaking laws protecting police officers from frivolous lawsuits has died, according to Steuben County Sheriff R.J. Robinson.
INDIANAPOLIS — Some day, enough people might be immune to COVID-19 to severely limit the opportunity for the virus to jump from person to person and spread in communities.
ANGOLA — Trine University has received a $3,400 grant from the Indiana Space Grant Consortium to support a senior design project that competes in the NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge.
ANGOLA — All lives do matter, say local protesters, noting that is precisely the reason they are trying to keep a national topic at the forefront of local conversation.
Indiana will be among a few states to offer the COVID-19 Test Home Collection Kit, which will have results confirmed in less than 72 hours, according to the Cincinnati-based company.
FORT WAYNE — The Indiana State Police and Parkview Trauma Centers are encouraging citizens to practice distraction-free driving and keep roadways safe.
AUBURN — Some owners still will be driving their classic cars around Auburn on Labor Day weekend — even though their parent club is not coming to the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival.
INDIANAPOLIS — Renters and homeowners struggling to make their bills because of COVID-19 will get continued protection from losing their homes or having their utilities cut off.
INDIANAPOLIS — A post-Memorial Day surge in new COVID-19 activity around northeast Indiana appears to be slowing and abating, according to recent Indiana State Department of Health figures.
INDIANAPOLIS — More than 1% of LaGrange County’s population has tested positive for coronavirus all-time, one of only five counties in Indiana to cross that threshold.
GARRETT — The JAM Center, 1200 E. Houston St., Garrett, will be hosting the Joker Run, a family-friendly bike ride event full of wellness, education and fun, Saturday, June 27, 9-11:30 a.m.
Lighthouse Montessori Education Center, sponsored by LaGrange First Church of God, is a ministry seeking to spread God’s love to families and communities in LaGrange and other counties.
The start of the 2020-21 school year is only two months away and there are more questions than answers about what school will look like as the state continues to deal with the coronavirus pandemic.
KENDALLVILLE — Despite continuing advice from health officials to wear a mask when out in public, more than half of respondents to a recent KPC Media Group poll said they don’t.
The Builders Association of Northeast Indiana has awarded three boys with honors in its recent LEGOS building competition that was held virtually and was judged this week. The Association was looking for the next generation of home builders and trade professionals. Youth from throughout the …