INDIANAPOLIS–IU Health is developing a new hospital in downtown Indianapolis valued at $2.3 billion. It is supposed to open in late 2027. The new hospital is supposed to expand the medical campus and “meet the needs of future patient care and attract top medical and research professionals.” Leaders say it will also save $50 million […]


INDIANAPOLIS — On Tuesday, Community Health will be teaming up with GRAIL and the Lawrence Township Fire Department to proactively screen for cancer in firefighters. Community Health will be using the Galleri Test to screen for over 50 types of cancer and potentially detect them before symptoms develop. The Galleri Test, launched in June of […]


INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Environmental Management says that air quality levels are expected to reach levels that are unhealthy for sensitive groups on Sunday. They have issued an Air Quality Action Day (AQAD) for most of the state effective until midnight. AQAD’s are issued to try and limit ground level ozone pollutants that […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The United States Olympic Swimming trials in downtown Indianapolis are not just about the sport, but it’s also about changing lives. Part of the reason Indiana fought to host the swimming trials in Lucas Oil Stadium is to bring awareness to the issue of drowning, says Sarah Myer, Chief Marketing Director of Indiana […]

INDIANAPOLIS — You may remember when Ascension St. Vincent experienced a cyberattack last month. Well, the medical group says patients can access their Electronic Health Records once again. If you receive care through Ascension St. Vincent, you should now be able to look over your Electronic Health Records (EHRs) online. Access to these and other […]

STATEWIDE–About 1 in 36 fathers have children who are autistic. Common worries associated with that include the impact on the child’s future, treatment options, family dynamics, and more. Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects how people communicate and interact with others and the world around them. Dr. Breanne Hartley is the Chief Clinical Officer […]

WASHINGTON — The right to use an abortion pill called mifepristone has been protected by the United States Supreme Court. In a unanimous decision Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled a group of anti-abortion doctors did not have any legal standing to sue the Food and Drug Administration in an attempt to have mifepristone access […]

INDIANAPOLIS–Indiana University Health is eliminating noncompete clauses for physicians practicing primary care. The move goes into effect December 15. “This proactive measure goes beyond recent legislative requirements and highlights IU Health’s commitment to fostering an environment of professional growth and patient-centered care. During its 2023 session, the Indiana General Assembly passed legislation banning noncompete clauses […]


  Story by Cat Sandoval  ANDERSON, Ind. (WISH) — Horrific video shows smoke and flames billowing in the air Monday at a massive apartment fire in Anderson. The fire at 10 a.m. forced about 16 residents to evacuate. Neighbor Mary Jo Siefert witnessed the scene. “There were flames. They were real high.” Arianna Van Horn lived […]

INDIANAPOLIS — This week, the American Heart Association is recognizing its 100th birthday, and you are invited to join in the celebrations on Monument Circle. Monday is the AHA’s Founders Day, in honor of the six cardiologists – including one Hoosier! – who formed the American Heart Association in 1924. The organization will be hosting […]