"I don't get high...I just get what I call normal. I can't get out of bed without a little something."
Check out the first installment of "Getting Right," a series of stories by our health reporter, Jake Harper, about shifting attitudes and signs of recovery as Scott County deals with its recent HIV outbreak. You can listen to Jake's stories throughout this week on NPR Morning Edition (7:50 a.m.) and NPR All Things Considered (5:50 p.m.).
In part 2 of his series exploring how an #HIV outbreak is changing Austin, Indiana, Jake Harper shares the story of Police Chief Don Spicer and his struggle to save his neighbors from drugs. http://bit.ly/1NgHLhg
Tonight at 10 pm on WFYI-1, when a group of African-American lesbians were violently threatened by a man on the street, they fought back and were later charged with gang assault and attempted murder. Learn about their uphill court battle, and the role that race, gender identity and sexuality play in our criminal justice system on "Out in the Night." Preview here: http://www.pbs.org/pov/outinthenight/
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