Indiana to declare emergency in county with explosive HIV outbreak

Since December, 72 HIV cases have been reported in five counties. Most of those cases came from Scott County, according to the newspaper.

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Officials say most of the cases are tied to intravenous use of the prescription drug Opana.

Pence, a Republican, said he does not "support needle exchanges as anti-drug policy, but this is a public health emergency." Read the full report here.

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