Critics worry the world’s leading sexperts are neglecting the cold, hard science of its revolutionary founder for something more touchy feely. Turns out, the dirtiest four-letter word in sexology might be “love.”
IU Emergency Medicine’s Dr. Krista Brucker is on a mission to change the way patients who overdose on opioids are treated, ensuring they receive the same level of care as a gunshot wound victim or heart attack survivor. Along the way, she’s gained respect as one of the city’s most serious opioid fighters. Now, she’s trying to convince city officials to set up a needle exchange to avoid deadly—and costly—HIV and hepatitis C outbreaks. Will they listen to her before it’s too late?
The Carmel girls’ swim team has won 31 straight state titles, the nation’s longest streak of high school championships in any sport. The Greyhounds begin their quest for No. 32 this fall. Is there something in the water? We sent a writer and photographer into the deep end to find out.
Seventeen years ago, Cleveland Bynum twice admitted to committing a gruesome quintuple murder, and was sentenced to 300 years in prison. In 2014, another confession from beyond the grave cast doubt on his guilt. Now, one of the city’s grittiest wrongful conviction lawyers, Fran Watson, is unearthing new evidence that raises the question: If a dead man can’t save Cleveland Bynum, can anyone?