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The third life of Darryl Pinkins
After 25 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit, Darryl Pinkins is finally free. Now he's starting over in a world that did not wait for him.
Will Cooke is the only doctor in Austin, Indiana, a city that in 2015 experienced the worst HIV outbreak in recent US history. Two years later, his work is still not done. Read our fourth installment of "Epidemic in Indiana" here.
Without a woman
The IDS talked to women taking the day off, women who could not afford to, and female-owned businesses. Find our full coverage here.
The lady in the van
Two years ago, Brittany Combs would have been scared to drive into neighborhoods populated by drug addicts. But now, she makes sure she's there every week, trying to save their lives. Read our third installment of "Epidemic in Indiana" here.
Close to home
Public health nurse Jackie Crane sees addiction and overdose at work every day. She never thought she'd see it happen to her own son. Read her story here.
End of the fall
TJ Covey has resolved to beat an addiction that’s ravaging much of the rural United States.
Read his story here.