States are increasingly investing in community health workers to improve their residents' health.
As the opioid epidemic rages on, public officials are being forced to consider controversial ways to curb it. In Seattle, that means opening the nation's first supervised injection facility.
Few families use them -- and even fewer put enough money away to matter. Advocates, however, say the programs are too young to judge.
Most places in America aren't adding many tech jobs. The Indianapolis region is an exception.
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