The new death was among 12 more reported across Indiana.
Appointments to receive the free vaccine must be made online at ourshot.in.gov, or by calling 211.
The deaths were among 32 more reported across Indiana, according to updated statistics provided Thursday.
The death was among 16 more reported across Indiana, according to updated statistics provided Wednesday.
Prosecutors asked for time to file written arguments on whether a Wisconsin woman convicted of stabbing a middle-school classmate to please internet horror character Slender Man should be released from a mental health facility.
The death was among 22 more reported across Indiana, according to updated statistics provided Tuesday.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's top aide apologized to Democratic lawmakers Wednesday for putting them in a tough spot over long-awaited data whi…
During separate meetings Monday evening, both the East Chicago School Board of Trustees and the City Council unanimously passed resolutions encouraging the state to make teachers and school staff eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
The resolution "strongly encourages" Gov. Eric Holcomb and the state health department to include school staff in phase 1B of the state's vaccination plan, which includes those age 65 and older, among others.
Four new COVID-19 deaths were reported in the Region, according to updated statistics provided Thursday, health officials said.
Appointments for the free immunization must be made online at ourshot.in.gov or by calling 211.
More than two weeks after the vaccine became available, the specifics of who will immunize the rest of the population, and how, remain up in the air.
The financial losses reach into the millions at the establishments familiar to everyone: Duff’s Famous Wings and Santora's Pizza Pub and Grill.
A total of 911 people in Northwest Indiana have died since the pandemic began: 573 in Lake County, 163 in Porter County, 129 in LaPorte County, 28 in Jasper County and 18 in Newton County.
Seven additional Northwest Indiana residents have died from COVID-19, while another 804 tested positive, data provided Thursday by health officials shows.