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Full Plow Truck Call-Out Planned for Accumulating Snow Tonight, Monday

Full Plow Truck Call-Out Planned for Accumulating Snow Tonight, Monday

INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is preparing for another round of accumulating snow beginning tonight and a full call-out status of plow trucks Monday morning. The National Weather Service has predicted 1 to 3 inches of snow with the highest amounts north of Indianapolis. INDOT will start late tonight with patrols and […]

Beethoven’s 5th Symphony and a World Premiere

Beethoven’s 5th Symphony and a World Premiere

On Sunday, January 29th music lovers are invited to a musical treat featuring classic works and new compositions. This concert is in addition to the ASO’s 50th Season Subscription ticket due to the intimate environment of York Hall on the campus of Anderson University. One of the most cherished and famous pieces of orchestral literature, […]

Bitter cold produces record-high gas deliveries

Bitter cold produces record-high gas deliveries

Increased usage will spur higher energy bills compared to last winter. Indianapolis, Ind. – Extreme temperatures the last half of December 2017 through the first half of January this year have led to gas usage in volumes of record delivery. Gas delivered through Vectren’s 13,300-mile pipeline network to its 587,000 customers in central Indiana from […]

Ice to create travel hazards in Ohio, Tennessee Valleys into early Monday

Ice to create travel hazards in Ohio, Tennessee Valleys into early Monday

AccuWeather Global Headquarters – January 7, 2017 – AccuWeather reports a swath of snow, ice and rain is forecast to develop and spread over a large portion of the central United States as arctic air retreats into early Monday. A weak storm will move out of the Rockies and grab moisture from the Gulf of […]

Holcomb Statement on Death of Indiana National Guard Soldier

Holcomb Statement on Death of Indiana National Guard Soldier

INDIANAPOLIS — Governor Eric J. Holcomb offered the following statement regarding the death of Fort Wayne native and Indiana National Guardsman Sgt. 1st Class Mark Boner, an automated logistical specialist who was one of about 250 soldiers who left Indiana for training at Fort Hood in Texas last week in preparation for deployment to Kuwait: […]

INDOT On Full Call Status Through Mix of Precipitation

INDOT On Full Call Status Through Mix of Precipitation

INDIANAPOLIS – The Greenfield District will have over 110 plow trucks in operation this evening for snow-fighting activities. The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) reminds motorists to be cautious while traveling tonight and tomorrow morning as a mix of freezing rain, sleet and snow is expected to impact the Monday morning commute across central Indiana. […]

Relief from brutal cold is in sight

Relief from brutal cold is in sight

AccuWeather Global Headquarters – January 6, 2017 – AccuWeather reports after a brutally cold end to 2017 and start of 2018 in the northeastern United States, a milder weather pattern is on the way next week. “There are signs of at least a temporary pattern change next week,” AccuWeather Chief Meteorologist Elliot Abrams said. A […]

Ice, snow may turn roads into ‘skating rink’ in eastern US on Monday

Ice, snow may turn roads into ‘skating rink’ in eastern US on Monday

AccuWeather Global Headquarters – January 5, 2017 – AccuWeather reports ice and some snow will accompany a weak storm and a surge of milder air into the eastern United States by early next week. “While heavy precipitation is not anticipated by the storm at this time, it just takes a small amount of ice to […]

Harsh cold, biting winds to threaten Midwest, Northeast into the weekend

Harsh cold, biting winds to threaten Midwest, Northeast into the weekend

AccuWeather Global Headquarters – January 4, 2017 – AccuWeather reports despite already experiencing some of their coldest weather in recent years, residents of the Midwest and Northeast will need to brace for another round of arctic air by Friday. The arctic air will bast into the region behind the blizzard that hammered the coastal Northeast […]

Keeping your Mobile Tech Safe in the Storm

Keeping your Mobile Tech Safe in the Storm

Ever notice that your smartphone doesn’t hold a charge in the winter time – or worse, suddenly dies when it had 30 percent battery life? Cold temperatures, along with winter precipitation, can have a negative effect on smart devices and their batteries. Even moderately cold weather can make your phone seem sluggish. With roughly 80 […]

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