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Skin Cancer More Common Than All Other Cancers Combined

Skin Cancer More Common Than All Other Cancers Combined

INDIANAPOLIS—State health officials are reminding Hoosiers to take steps to protect their skin from harmful ultraviolet rays as part of Skin Cancer Awareness Month in May. “Hoosiers should protect their skin all year long, but summer presents additional dangers as people spend more time outdoors,” said State Health Commissioner Jerome Adams, M.D., M.P.H. “Remembering that […]

Chilly air to threaten a frost in parts of the northeastern US this week

Chilly air to threaten a frost in parts of the northeastern US this week

AccuWeather Global Weather Center – May 8, 2017  – AccuWeather reports the chilly air swinging through the northeastern United States will not relinquish its grip until at least the middle of May. For most, the cool pattern will result in temperatures averaging 10 to 15 degrees Fahrenheit below early May averages. For some, the pattern will be more reminiscent […]

Sierra, daughter of fallen Officer Rod Bradway, gets surprise photo op with her Blue Line Family for Prom

Sierra, daughter of fallen Officer Rod Bradway, gets surprise photo op with her Blue Line Family for Prom

INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) and Marion County Sheriff’s Office team up to provide a surprise photo op for the daughter of Officer Rod Bradway, who was killed in the line of duty in September of 2013. On September 20, 2013, the IMPD lost a brother, but Sierra lost her father.  Many […]

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series

Richmond Winner Logano Goes For Second Straight ‘Dega Victory Joey Logano, 26, won his first race of the season Sunday at Richmond in his 300th career start. He’ll attempt to win again in his 301st start in Sunday’s GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway (2 p.m. ET on FOX, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) – a […]

Non-surgical weight-loss treatment found safe, effective for those with limited options

Non-surgical weight-loss treatment found safe, effective for those with limited options

Chicago, IL (May 6, 2017) — A new study finds that individuals struggling with obesity who are not candidates for weight-loss surgery can benefit substantially from non-surgical endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty, according to research presented at Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2017, the largest international gathering of physicians, researchers and academics in the fields of gastroenterology, hepatology, […]

Eastbound I-70 Exit to Post Road Closes This Weekend

Eastbound I-70 Exit to Post Road Closes This Weekend

Milestone Contractors plans to close the eastbound I-70 exit ramp to Post Road (Exit 91) through the weekend starting Friday (May 5) night at 9 p.m. until Monday (May 8) at 6 a.m. for concrete paving and patching.  During the weekend ramp closure, eastbound I-70 traffic exiting to Post Road will be directed to continue eastbound to Mt. […]

State Road 234 in Hancock Co. to Close in July for Culvert Construction

State Road 234 in Hancock Co. to Close in July for Culvert Construction

Construction contractors plan to close State Road 234 in Hancock County in July to replace a drainage culvert channeling Barrett Ditch just east of State Road 9 near Eden. The 60-day road closure is scheduled to begin on or after July 5, after Independence Day, and the highway is expected to be open to traffic by the […]

River Flood Update Madison County

River Flood Update Madison County

Madison County Emergency Management and Highway Department are currently providing traffic control at several locations throughout the north central part of Madison County due to flood waters across several county roads. As of 10:00PM, the National Weather Service – Indianapolis has forecast the White River to crest on Friday night at 9:00PM near 13.9′.   […]

Sandbags: Knightstown, Middletown, New Castle

Sandbags: Knightstown, Middletown, New Castle

Henry County has received a significant amount of rain recently and is expecting more. We are seeing some low area water accumulations but have had no reports of flooding involving structures. Most roadways are passable but a few have minor flows of water crossing them. Several areas have significant puddling which could cause driving hazards. […]

INDOT Invites City, Town and County Officials to Local Road and Bridge Funding Meetings

INDOT Invites City, Town and County Officials to Local Road and Bridge Funding Meetings

The Indiana Department of Transportation will host six regional meetings for city, town and county officials to detail changes to the Community Crossings matching grant program through recent legislation. Last month, Governor Eric Holcomb signed into law House Enrolled Act 1002, which invests hundreds of millions of dollars annually in new funding for state and […]

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