Most of us have been taught to cover our mouths when we cough or sneeze, but for the last five years, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has been trying to persuade kids to cover their convulsive expulsions with their elbows, instead of using their hands.
Indiana residents may want think twice about taking a dip in any of the area lakes, as a recent autopsy indicates that a parasite commonly referred to as the “brain eating amoeba” has claimed the life of an Indiana man...
Walmart, the world’s largest retail chain, is currently testing a “scan and go” iPhone application that would allow customers to scan items as they shop and pay more quickly and conveniently at a self-checkout counter.
Anyone who has ever tried to quit smoking knows just how hard it can be to put down that nasty habit for a month, much less forever.
However, in October, a month is all you will need to possibly win $2,500, as Indiana health officials plan to challenge those Hoosiers trying to shake the nicotine monkey off their backs to stop smoking for 31 days for a chance to win some cash...
Should new school buses have seat belts installed before they are used to transport Indiana’s children to and from school? Democratic state Senate hopeful Terry White seems to think so, according to a proposal he made earlier last week
There is a lot going on this weekend here in the tri-state – If you plan to get your weekend started early, nearly every bar in town has karaoke and pool, and if they don’t have that, they have booze and food – you can’t miss...
There are some who believe that there is a super group of fast food marketing masterminds residing deep beneath the lowest secret level of the Pentagon conspiring to develop more sophisticated methods of selling garbage to the American public.
There is no question about it, the scorching toll of this summer’s drought has finally reared its ugly head, as the federal government has officially declared all 92 Indiana counties agriculture disaster areas
Students at a Georgia high school will likely start their first day back wondering if they should have included a bulletproof vest on their supply list, as police say they are still searching for a man who showed up on campus last week with a loaded gun.
If you are planning to take part in the Ski Day festivities this weekend, Indiana and Kentucky law enforcement agencies want you to know they are beefing up their patrol efforts along the Ohio River east of Evansville
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