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$1.7M Bridge Project Contract Awarded for I-69 Near State Road 332 / McGalliard Road

$1.7M Bridge Project Contract Awarded for I-69  Near State Road 332 / McGalliard Road

Construction near the interchange will require temporary closure of the State Road 332/McGalliard Road entrance ramp to southbound I-69 and the northbound I-69 Exit 241 for up to 30 days. The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) has awarded a $1.7 million contract to HIS Constructors for maintenance and modernization of the Interstate 69 bridges over […]

IMS to Host Red Bull Air Race Season Finale

IMS to Host Red Bull Air Race Season Finale

The Racing Capital of the World will crown a new champion in 2017, with the Red Bull Air Race hosting its season finale at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Oct.14-15. Tickets and hangar passes are on sale now at www.ims.com/tickets.  “IMS is where the biggest names in motorsports come to produce epic moments and make sporting […]

The lasting effects of ministrokes may contribute to dementia

The lasting effects of ministrokes may contribute to dementia

Medical University of South Carolina investigators report preclinical research showing that microinfarcts induce prolonged dysfunction in brain areas estimated to be 12-times larger than the visible injury site. Evidence overwhelmingly supports a link between cognitive decline and cerebrovascular diseases such as atherosclerosis, arteriolosclerosis, and cerebral amyloid angiopathy. Not only do individuals with cerebrovascular diseases have […]

Pelath On State Of State: Is Governor On Board For Tax Increases? Hard To Say

Pelath On State Of State: Is Governor On Board For Tax Increases? Hard To Say

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana House Democratic Leader Scott Pelath from Michigan City today issued the following statement after Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb gave his first State of the State address: “While Republicans in the Legislature are calling for new taxes on Hoosier motorists, it seems our governor is not yet ready to embrace their plan. “The […]

2nd Annual Health Care Education & Enrollment Event

2nd Annual Health Care Education & Enrollment Event

Outreach and enrollment specialists in Madison County stand ready to enroll Hoosiers Anderson, IN – Covering Kids and Families (CKF) of Madison County, health coverage advocates, are pleased to invite you the 2nd Annual Health Care Education & Enrollment Event to be held on January 23 from 9:00 a.m – 2:30 p.m. at The Excel […]

Yorktown Middle School Wins ‘Best in State’ in Verizon’s Innovative Learning App Challenge

Yorktown Middle School Wins ‘Best in State’ in Verizon’s Innovative Learning App Challenge

Team of Sixth Graders Inspired by Classmate with Severe Allergies Create Allergy Aid App. YORKTOWN, Ind. – A team of Indiana sixth graders inspired by a classmate’s several food allergies created an award winning app proposal to scan food products, share personalized allergy profiles and make sure all information is easily accessible online. The innovative […]

Indiana Health Officials Report Increased Flu Activity, Deaths

Indiana Health Officials Report Increased Flu Activity, Deaths

INDIANAPOLIS—The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) is urging residents to take precautions amid recent increases in flu-like illnesses in several areas of the state. Four Indiana residents have died of the flu since the influenza season began in October. “It’s always heartbreaking to learn that someone died of the flu, and we are just […]

Subzero Wind Chills Through Early Afternoon And Again Tonight

Subzero Wind Chills Through Early Afternoon And Again Tonight

Arctic air will remain over the area through early Sunday. Temperatures near or just below zero early this morning will only warm into the teens later today…then fall back into the single digits tonight. West-northwest winds will make it feel even colder with subzero wind chills through early this afternoon and again tonight. If you […]

Secondary Crash Sends One to Hospital

Secondary Crash Sends One to Hospital

Madison County (01-05-2017) A secondary crash is an incident that occurs as a direct or indirect result of a previous incident. This morning around 9:15 a.m. traffic was slowed on I-69 SB, at the 214mm exit, due to a crash just south of the exit blocking the left lane of I-69. A Ford van, driven […]

Cosmic source found for mysterious ‘fast radio burst’

Cosmic source found for mysterious ‘fast radio burst’

Cornell University researchers and a global team of astronomers have uncovered the cosmological source of a sporadically repeating milliseconds-long “fast radio burst.” Once thinking these bursts had emanated from within the Milky Way galaxy, or from cosmic neighbors, the astronomers now confirm that they are long-distance flashes from across the universe – more than 3 […]

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