Coronavirus In Indiana: 925 New Positive Cases, 6 DeathsPublic health authorities in Indiana reported about 925 new positive COVID-19 cases Saturday, and six deaths.
Over 1 Million Indiana Residents Given First Dose Of COVID-19 VaccineAccording to health officials, 1,000,321 people have received at least one dose and 569,465 are fully vaccinated.
Indiana Death Certificate Backlog Is Causing Financial Mess For Grieving FamilyA Northwest Indiana funeral home is waiting on 20 death certificates, but they can't get them signed because of problems with the state's brand-new birth and death records system.
New Records System Is Holding Up Death Certificates For Grieving Families In IndianaPeople who are grieving the loss of loved ones can’t get death certificates for them due to a new state records system in Indiana.
Coronavirus In Indiana: Tighter Restrictions Going Into Effect After Midnight SundayNew COVID-19 restrictions go into effect in Indiana Saturday night, with large-scale gatherings will no longer be allowed.
Indiana COVID Cases: 1,302 With 17 Additional Deaths"Our temperatures outside are going to continue to drop and that we're officially in fall. And that is going to make it harder to hold activities outdoors. As people come inside more and the flu season ramps up, we need Hoosiers to be more vigilant about hand washing, social distancing and wearing masks."
Indiana Reports 1,096 New COVID-19 Cases; 5 Additional DeathsThe Indiana Department of Health reported 1,096 additional COVID-19 cases on Sunday. 
Indiana Reports 652 New Confirmed COVID-19 Cases; 9 Additional DeathsIndiana public health officials Tuesday announced 652 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and nine additional deaths. 
487 New Coronavirus Cases, 12 Deaths Reported In IndianaA total of 487 new coronavirus cases have been diagnosed in Indiana and another 12 deaths have been reported, Indiana state officials said Sunday.
Indiana Health Officials Push Parents To Test Kids For LeadThe Environmental Protection Agency tore down the West Calumet Housing Complex in East Chicago, Indiana after high lead levels were discovered in the soil in 2016. The Indiana Department of Health says the finding has prompted more than 2,200  East Chicago residents to get blood tests, but it's not enough. 
East Chicago Child's Lead Results Come More Than A Year After TestingTwo-year-old Samira Allen's mom was notified in July of the dangerously high amount of lead in her blood more than a year after being tested at a state clinic, CBS2’s Dorothy Tucker reports.