The Indiana Senate has approved legislation containing nearly all the provisions Gov. Eric Holcomb has said must be enacted into law before he'll end Indiana's COVID-19 public health emergency.
Community Healthcare System’s hospitals in East Chicago and Hobart hospitals got recertified as Primary Stroke Centers.
Data released by the Indiana Department of Health show just 105 cases of COVID-19 were tallied Tuesday in Lake County, 50 new COVID-19 cases in Porter County and 40 confirmed cases in LaPorte County.
The Indiana House voted 73-18 Tuesday to enact new abortion restrictions aimed at preventing "coerced abortions," which already are banned by Indiana law.
Last Friday, Lake County reported 1,451 deaths, meaning an additional 66 people have died of the virus in the county in a seven-day period, statistics show.
Franciscan Health Hammond's Volunteer Advocates for Seniors and Incapacitated Adults or VASIA swore in its latest class to help people who can't advocate for themselves.
Munster firefighters and the Bishop Noll Institute high school girls’ basketball team are giving back with donations to the Community Healthcare System's Cancer Resource Centre in Munster.
Franciscan Health Crown Point attained a three-star rating in coronary artery bypasses from The Society of Thoracic Surgeons, its highest possible mark for patient care.
The Indiana Department of Health has classified all 92 counties in the state at its highest-possible "red" designation, signaling high community spread of COVID-19 in every single county.
The Republican-controlled House voted 58-35 Tuesday to approve a controversial plan restricting Indiana companies from imposing a COVID-19 vaccine requirement on their employees.
Lake County currently has the second highest death toll since the start of the pandemic in the entire state, behind Indianapolis.
Andrean High School National Honor Society students, a plastic surgeon's office in Schererville and the Lake County auditor and recorder offices all recently donated to breast cancer care in Northwest Indiana.
A new board-certified endocrinologist and internal medicine physician has joined the Franciscan Health Physician Network and is now practicing medicine in Northwest Indiana.
Healthcare Foundation of LaPorte is accepting applications for grant funding for health and wellness projects and programs in LaPorte County.
The Indiana Department of Health has designated 81 of the state's 92 counties at its highest-possible "red" classification, signaling uncontrolled spread of COVID-19 in each of those counties.
Currently 36.1% of ICU beds are in use by coronavirus patients with only 9.9% of ICU beds in the state available.
St. Catherine Hospital in East Chicago was designated a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence by the American College of Radiology.
Franciscan Health Dyer recently upgraded and renovated its Family Birth Center to make it more state-of-the-art.
Palliative care physician Ridaa Ali was honored with a St. Raphael Award by her by colleagues at Franciscan Health Crown Point.
A controversial plan restricting Indiana companies from imposing a COVID-19 vaccine requirement on their employees has cleared its first hurdle at the Statehouse.
House and Senate Republican leaders are warning Indiana hospital systems and insurers their prices better drop or else legislation to statutorily reduce prices will be on the way.
Data released Monday show 20,584 Hoosiers tested positive for COVID-19 between Friday and Sunday — despite limited testing opportunities due to the New Year's holiday and severe winter weather.
BP is buying back its BP Midstream Partners spinoff that manages pipelines, including those running to and from the BP Whiting Refinery.
A longtime Franciscan Health Dyer volunteer was recognized for his military service at a recent Honor Flight to see war monuments in Washington D.C.
Linz Heritage Angus outside Crown Point bought a 5,000-acre ranch in Oklahoma where it will start raising Black Angus cattle.