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INDIANAPOLIS --It may be a good idea to start planning what kind of health insurance you want, even though open enrollment is in the fall. But, choosing health coverage is just one part of making sure you're getting good care, said Jenny Walden, outreach and enrollment...
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INDIANAPOLIS - An Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officer was injured in a crash on the city's east side Wednesday morning. IMPD said the officer was trying to catch a speeding driver on westbound 10th Street when a second driver ran a stop sign at Tuxedo Street and...
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PLAINWELL, Mich. — Meijer has recalled tens of thousands of pounds of ground beef over concerns the meat could be contaminated with pieces of plastic. The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service announced Monday that 43,292 pounds of beef produced at...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Today is National Youth HIV and AIDS Awareness Day. Dr. Laura Cheever from the Ryan White HIV-AIDS program says Hoosiers ages 13-to-24 are a critical population to serve. "It's more of a challenge for young people to get on medication and stay on medication," Dr...
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STATEWIDE -- Over the last couple months, INDOT has been out studying the state's roads and bridges. Everything is looking good, says a report from the American Road and Transportation Builders Association . It says out of over 19,000 bridges throughout the state, only around 1,...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - New moms in areas with Indiana's worst infant death rates will get personalized attention from health care workers under a bill on its way to Governor Holcomb. Holcomb requested the bill, which pairs new moms with health-care workers to guide them through every...
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INDIANAPOLIS --Indiana has been lucky to have only one person confirmed with the measles, said Dr. Richard Feldman , an expert on vaccinations and former director of the Franciscan Health Family Medicine Residency Program and former Indiana State Health commissioner. Feldman...
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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) -- Another Scotty's Brewhouse location is set to close. The company said the 96th Street location between Keystone Avenue and Gray Road will close on Sunday, April 14. The company released this statement on Tuesday afternoon: "We are saddened to share that...
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Terre Haute could get a new casino regardless of what the owners of Gary's casinos decide to do. The latest version of a gambling bill uncouples the Terre Haute and Gary casinos. If Vigo County voters approve, a five-member advisory board, led by Mayor Duke...