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Carmel clinic treats Hamilton Co. patients for free

Flood Warning issued November 22 at 10:21AM EST expiring November 25 at 7:00PM EST in effect for: Fountain, Parke, Tippecanoe, Vermillion, Warren Flood Warning issued November 22 at 10:21AM EST expiring November 28 at 4:36AM EST in effect for: Parke, Vermillion, Vigo Flood Warning issued Novemb

6 NEWS WRTV - 2017-11-22 21:02:32

Carmel Fire Department demonstrates what it takes to rescue patient from trapped car

Photo of car rescue exercise. (WISH photo) CARMEL, Ind. (WISH) - 24-Hour News 8 reporters Joe Melillo and Brittany Lewis spent a few hours with the Carmel Fire Department learning what it takes to be rescued and rescue someone from a trapped car. The Carmel Fire Department set up two cars to demon


How a Carmel medical clinic treats those in need

CARMEL, Ind. - Carlos Fernandez was in a tough spot when the company he worked for changed hands and he lost his job of 25 years, along with his health insurance. Fernandez, 48, Carmel, has Type 2 diabetes, and he said his medication costs $900 per month. Unable to afford the life-saving drug, he tu


Carmel High School wins The Zone Banner

Carmel High School celebrates winning The Zone banner in November 2017. (WISH Photo) CARMEL, Ind. (WISH) - All season, schools in central Indiana have battled for WISH-TV's The Zone Championship Banner presented by Sport Graphics and Section 127. The schools competed for the best student section.


One man killed, another injured in overnight shooting at apartment complex

A 24-year-old Indianapolis man was killed and another man injured by gunfire late Wednesday in the 4100 block of Shady Oak Drive. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police have not named the victim, but he has been identified by Fox59 as Jamontez Woods. The death of Woods keeps Indianapolis on pace to eclips

INDIANAPOLIS STAR - 2017-11-24 01:01:31

TRAFFIC ALERT: Large spill causes long delays on I-70 near downtown

INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) - The left three lanes of I-70 west bound approaching the north split are closed due to a large spill. The Indianapolis Fire Department hazmat team is on the scene working to identify the spilled substance. State Police say to expect lane restrictions until at least 6 p.m.

WTHR - 2017-11-22 22:30:53

Police investigating fatal shooting on northeast side

INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) - One person is dead and a second wounded in a shooting on the northeast side of Indianapolis. The shooting happened on Shady Oak Drive, near 42nd and Mitthoeffer, just before midnight Wednesday. Police are on the scene investigating the shooting. This story will be updated as m

WTHR - 2017-11-23 05:09:50

Here's why Bankers Life Fieldhouse is having a huge year for concerts

When Janet Jackson performs Sunday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, it will be the venue's 28th concert of 2017 and part of a record-breaking year. "Unbelievable," said Rick Fuson, president of Pacers Sports & Entertainment. "I don't remember in my career there ever being as many shows in our arena - Mar

INDIANAPOLIS STAR - 2017-11-24 12:12:25

Highway 60 resurfacing project completed between Faribault and Kenyon

Striping on Highway 60 between the Straight River near Faribault and Huseth Avenue in Kenyon wrapped up earlier this month, marking the end of the road resurfacing project, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation. This project replaced aging pavement, extended the lifespan of the hig

REPUBLICAN-EAGLE - 2017-11-23 15:39:00

Use it or lose it: Faribault Council discusses what to do with federal dollars

The city of Faribault has only a few weeks to figure out how to spend $445,000 or send it back to the federal government. The task before the City Council Tuesday night was to determine what to spend the money on or whether to spend the money at all. Community and Economic Development Director Deann


Faribault resident walks, runs 2,017 miles in a year

Try counting from one to 2,017. It's a long, tedious task, isn't it? Now, imagining walking or running 2,017 miles. Even given 365 days, it's an odious task. Faribault resident Carol McHugo is approaching that number as part of the Run the Year initiative. It challenges athletes to travel 2,017 mile


City clerk set to retire is asked to postpone her departure

Faribault City Clerk Carole Dillerud tried to retire, but the city needs her too much. Dillerud, who has served the city for the past five years, expressed her intent to retire by Dec. 1, but given the city will likely be introducing a new city administrator at the beginning of 2018, city staff aske

SOUTHERNMINN.COM - 2017-11-24 19:30:00

To avoid 'fatbergs,' keep grease, wipes out of sewer

When you're cooking that Thanksgiving turkey, it might be tempting to pour the extra grease down the drain. But there are some gargantuan-sized reasons to avoid that temptation. From London to Baltimore, horror stories about fatbergs - giant globs of fat and grease mixed with disposable wipes and ot

SOUTHERNMINN.COM - 2017-11-24 16:30:00

Management strategies for chronic low back pain

If you have low back pain, you are not alone. About 80 percent of adults experience low back pain at some point in their lifetime. It is the most common cause of job related disability and a leading contributor to missed work days. An estimated 149 million daysof work per year are lost due to LBP. T

SOUTHERNMINN.COM - 2017-11-24 16:25:00

Hands-on learning; Parks and Rec bringing back ASL classes

About 150 people in the area use the language, along with thousands across the country. Now Faribault's Parks and Recreation department is offering a class this winter to learn the language, but attendees won't need to speak much. A session of American Sign Language classes start this winter at the

SOUTHERNMINN.COM - 2017-11-23 23:09:00

Minnesota program hopes to address alcoholism among seniors

STILLWATER, Minn. (AP) - If Vicki Burkhow were younger, she'd be drunk by now. It's 2 p.m., a time of day when she was intoxicated for much of her life. Those were the days when she lost her job, was jailed for drunken driving, and "pretty much drank myself to death." Now, at 66, staying sober is co

SOUTHERNMINN.COM - 2017-11-23 22:12:00

Metal is alive in Owensboro

Kevin Brake thinks his friends in the band Lifeless Legend are the new wave of metal in Owensboro. Brake travels with members Matt Langford, Michael Goodlett, Logan Kluck, Brian Fulkerson and Damian Reed to their post-hardcore metal-core shows and helps behind the scenes. He also attends their rehea


Officials moving ahead on day treatment center

Officials with the state Department of Juvenile Justice are planning to have a new day treatment facility open in Owensboro by the beginning of the 2018-19 school year, which would replace the day treatment center scheduled to close on Kentucky 54, the commissioner of the state agency said recently.


Owensboro family spends Thanksgiving brightening others

As we celebrate Thanksgiving with loved ones, some decided to spend it giving back this year. We met an Owensboro family sacrificing their holiday to brighten others. About a dozen volunteers spent all morning at the Daniel Pitino Shelter serving Thanksgiving meals to around 100 people in need. When

14NEWS.COM - 2017-11-23 22:21:30

Man arrested for stabbing Owensboro man several times

OWENSBORO (WEHT) - Owensboro police make an arrest in a stabbing investigation. 33 year-old Jeffrey Young is charged with assault after officers say he stabbed a 24 year-old man several times in his neck, side, and back. Police say this happened Wednesday afternoon at the Colonel House on Triplett s

WTVW - 2017-11-24 19:45:55