(Screenshot of IndianaHousingNow.org)

Hoosiers in need of help with their rent can now apply for assistance from a federally-funded state program.

Emma Atkinson / WTIU

Face coverings are now required in West Lafayette to help mitigate the potential spread of COVID-19 -- and people who violate that mandate will face a financial penalty. 



Ali Schroer was just out of college when she started her first teaching job, but her new insurance plan didn’t cover her allergy medication. 

"So this new allergist that I was seeing in Colorado had said, after several go arounds of me asking to take this medication, said, ‘Oh, well actually know that you can just get it online.”'

Lauren Chapman / IPB News

The Indiana State Department of Health reported 67 additional confirmed deaths over the last week, bringing the state’s total to 2,567. The state announced more than 51,000 total confirmed cases, with more than 564,000 Hoosiers tested.

Book Review: Sand Talk

Jul 10, 2020

Do you ever feel confused about the world? Fed up with the inescapable vastness of the universe and our lack of understanding about our place in it? Author Tyson Yunkaporta has a simple solution: draw symbols on the ground! Joking aside, his book Sand Talk is a book like no other that gives views on just about everything through an "indigenous perspective." West Lafayette Library Director Nick Schenkel has the review.

Samantha Horton / IPB News

Indiana's two largest public universities are throwing their support behind a lawsuit challenging a new federal student visa policy from Immigration and Customs Enforcement. 


Former Secretary of State Todd Rokita is the Indiana Republican Party’s nominee for attorney general.

Incumbent Curtis Hill – who criminally battered four women in 2018 – lost a narrow vote by party delegates.

(Evan Robbins/WFYI News)


LGBTQ groups and Democrats at the Statehouse are pushing back against a school policy by the Archdiocese of Indianapolis. The policy bars transgender students from attending schools the Archdiocese oversees

(FILE PHOTO: Steve Burns/WTIU)

Advocacy groups are suing Indiana over a state law that prevents voters from asking a court to extend polling place hours on Election Day when there are problems voting.

Lauren Chapman / IPB News


A federal judge permanently struck down a 2018 Indiana anti-abortion law that required doctors to report a long list of so-called abortion complications.



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