Indiana currently charges 7 percent sales tax on products such as tampons, pads and menstrual cups. An amendment to a wide-reaching fiscal bill could make Indiana the 30th state to eliminate retail sales tax on feminine hygiene products.
HSE board members voted unanimously to appoint Patrick Mapes, the former Perry Township Schools superintendent, to the top spot.
The inaugural chancellor and executive vice president of Indiana University Indianapolis started work this month. Latha Ramchand talked to WFYI's Ben Thorp to discuss how she'll lead IU Indianapolis through its split with Purdue University, as IUPUI officially becomes two.
Lawmakers are eliminating barriers for medical providers to address an industry-wide shortage of health workers. Legislation headed to the Gov. Eric Holcomb would also establish requirements for the states new Medicaid program.
Ulyssa, an Indiana-based record label, is dedicated to discovering and celebrating a vast trove of unheard music on Spotify.