On today's Health 360 Edition, it's a Season's Greeting for overeating! Dr. Peter Rothman & Sean Bueter discuss the problem, and some healthy solutions w/ Lutheran Hospital's Jennifer Harrison & Todd Jenkins.
On Health 360 we're talking about drug and alcohol addiction--what you need to know if you or a loved one needs help to find treatment. Judi Brunow, a licensed addiction specialist from Park Center, joins us.
State revenues are expected to grow at a modest pace in the next few years. That’s based on new forecasts unveiled Monday. State lawmakers are still preaching caution as they head into a budget session.
Governor-elect Mike Pence announced Thursday he will make a leadership change at the state Department of Homeland Security. It’s the first Pence-appointee who comes from outside the Daniels administration.
The Indiana Department of Homeland Security’s new director will be John Hill, replacing current director Joe Wainscott. Hill was previously the administrator of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration as well as a former member of the Indiana State Police. Pence said he’s grateful for Wainscott’s service but adds bringing in Hill was a unique opportunity.
After already breaking the state’s record for job commitments in 2012, nine more companies have pledged to create more than 2,500 jobs over the new few years in locations around Indiana. Indiana secured those commitments despite offering some of the lowest tax incentives in the region.
Ousted Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Bennett has a new job — Florida Commissioner of Education. Florida's Board of Education voted Wednesday morning to give Bennett the Sunshine State's top appointed education job.
Bennett threw his name into consideration after losing his re-election bid to Democrat Glenda Ritz. He was one of three finalists the Florida State Board of Education interviewed Tuesday in Tampa.