| Jan 8, 2011
Although first approved to treat schizophrenia, new antipsychotic medications are increasingly being prescribed for a host of other uses, even when there is little evidence they work, U.S. researchers said on Friday.
The drugs, known as "atypical...
| Feb 18, 2011
| 3:13 PM
A cardiologist, endocrinologist, psychiatrist, nurse practitioner and allergist. These five medical professionals in Burbank and Glendale may have different specialties, but they have one source of income in common — drug companies.
Since 2009, 33...
| May 23, 2012
| 6:04 PM
The donations are piling up for Goodwill stores in Central Indiana. Eli Lilly will wrap up a clothing drive Thursday.
Employees donated dozens of bags of clothes. This drive has been going on for 20 years now, helping Goodwill employ and educate people....
| Jun 13, 2012
| 5:25 PM
Eli Lilly announced Wednesday that it has big plans to invest $20 million in a Chinese drug manufacturing company.
Lilly wants to use Novast Laboratories to develop a generic brand of medicines with the Lilly name.
The company said it hopes it will help...
| Jun 18, 2012
| 6:33 PM
Carmel City Council members are considering a resolution to double the city's subsidy to its arts district to $1.6 million in the coming year.
The bump in funding comes as a $5.5 million subsidy approved last fall runs out at the end of the fiscal year,...
| Jul 9, 2012
| 1:15 PM
State officials are contacting the largest consumers of water in 32 counties hoping that a message of conservation is being heard. They issued a water shortage warning in those areas. Several area counties could be next.
State officials are urging...
| Jan 18, 2012
| 3:35 PM
The Add One Job movement continues to grow in the Hoosier state. Two more companies recently joined the campaign.
The first is PTI, a local IT consulting service.
"We provide technology solutions to companies locally and nationally in the Microsoft...
| Jan 5, 2012
| 6:07 PM
Eli Lilly shares dropped Thursday after experts forecasted a steeper-than-expected earnings drop this year.
Thursday’s drop was just $1 per share but shares are expected to continue to decline because the company's patent for anti-psychotic drug...
| Jul 28, 2011
| 12:15 PM
WASHINGTON--U.S. Rep. Joe Walsh of McHenry owes more than $100,000 in child support and interest to his former wife, she alleges in a Cook County Circuit Court filing.
The dispute, set out in a court filing last December, remains unsettled. Walsh's ex-...
| Aug 12, 2011
Do you ever feel like curling up in a ball and trying to forget the problems around you? With everything going on in the world today -- sky high unemployment, the housing market at its lowest point, prolonged wars in the Middle East, famine and genocide...
| Mar 26, 2012
| 7:19 AM
A major ramp to I-70 is closed for the week to install art in Indianapolis.
Life Evolving is a 40-foot metal sculpture of a ribonucleic acid (RNA) nucleotide molecule is being installed near the McCarty Street on-ramp to EB I-70, just south of the Eli...
| Aug 20, 2011
| 5:51 AM
Indianapolis Firefighters had a busy Saturday morning with an industrial plant fire on the City's south side.
Several fire trucks were called to the National Starch plant at 1515 Drover Street, near Raymond and White River Parkway S. Drive around 6:50 a....