Heather Lusk is a freelance journalist based in Indianapolis, United States of America. She has written for local newspapers and national websites. She primarily focuses on human interest stories, history and travel. Living in a conservative state like Indiana she has access to people who feel passionately about both sides of the political aisle. Recently she has been researching corruption in small town governments, handling pre-teen meltdowns and how CBD growers survive in a state without legalized marijuana.
Only a handful of fear-free clinics exist in the world that have been built from the ground up. Many facilities are recognizing the need to make additions to ease the fear of pets or provide house calls to reduce anxiety.
Even in a Republican-heavy state like Indiana, groups of open-minded citizens are banding together to have civil conversations about political issues and to try and make a change in the country.
Indianapolis, United States of America • Current Affairs, Natural Disasters • April 30 @ 12:00am
A decade ago an earthquake destroyed much of Haiti and changed millions of lives. Many stories cover the devastation and lack of improvement over the past ten years. In the town of Fondwa 16 miles (26km) from the epicenter there is a story of hope. US-based Zanmi Fondwa ("Friends of Fondwa") has... Read more