FORT WAYNE, Ind. — The mayor of Fort Wayne, Tom Henry, has announced he has late-stage stomach cancer. In a statement released Monday, Mayor Henry said his prognosis is “not encouraging” and he will begin chemotherapy next week. “I assure you that I have complete confidence in the team in charge of my care and […]

LAKE COUNTY, Ind.–The Indiana Department of Health says they have come across someone in Lake County infected with measles. This is the first time in Indiana someone has been reported to have the measles since 2019. “Measles is easily spread and can be serious, especially for young children. About one in five unvaccinated people in […]

STATEWIDE — If you live in central Indiana but can’t seem to find the healthcare option for you, Community Health Network may have the solution. Community Health Network is expanding its services with two new locations: one in Kokomo and one in Carmel. The Kokomo site will share space with the Walgreens on 3609 South […]

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INDIANAPOLIS — Eskenazi Health announced on Monday that Indianapolis EMS recently performed their first ever on-scene life saving blood transfusion. IEMS had been working since 2022 to develop a field blood program with Eskenazi Health. The program was deployed successfully within the last two weeks when IEMS responded to a patient who had sustained multiple […]

FISHERS, Ind.–There was a fire at a house under renovation in Fishers Monday night. The Fishers Fire Department said it was in the Breakwater subdivision. That’s near Brooks School Road south of East 116th Street. They were called about it just before 11. “Additional homes beyond the woods were a concern with fire extension, however, […]

INDIANAPOLIS–There was a fire that happened in the back of a home in Indianapolis on Monday. It happened on Worcester Avenue south of Prospect Street on the southeast side of Indy just after 12:15 pm. Theresa Jean was one of the people inside the home when the fire started. The house doesn’t belong to Jean. […]

WHITELAND, Ind.–Two schools in Whiteland have designated Thursday February 8 as a live synchronous e-learning day because of a water outage in Whiteland. The two schools on e-learning are Whiteland Community High School and Whiteland Elementary School, according to a release from Rick Hightower, communications director for Clark-Pleasant Community School Corporation, sent out Thursday morning. […]

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INDIANAPOLIS — A new podcast has been released that aims to support individuals who have loved ones struggling with addiction. The podcast is hosted by Matt Bair and Ryan Hedrick, both of whom work at WIBC Radio, and both have personally struggled with addiction in the past. The first four episodes will cover navigating the […]

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.–A professor at Purdue University says there is a way to slow cancer growth. Andrea Kasinski, Deputy Director of the Institute for Cancer Research at Purdue University, says both her and her staff are working on what’s called microRNA. “We think of microRNAs as the breaks. They prevent other things from being expressed. […]

STATEWIDE — In honor of American Heart Month, medical professionals are highlighting ways that you and your family can keep your hearts healthy. American Heart Month kicked off Thursday, with National Wear Red Day happening Friday. Wear Red Day highlights the dangers of heart disease – the leading cause of death in the United States, […]