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September 18, 2023
Indiana utilities are shutting down coal plants while also replacing them with renewable energy sources such as solar and wind energy. Of course, there are plenty of Peaker Plants that are being added to accompany the natural gas source. These plants really are capable when the demand itself is sky-high. Some utilities beli... Read More
August 7, 2023
Recently, a major trucking company, Yellow Corp, announced their bankruptcy, abruptly laying off all of their employees, effective immediately. Thousands of people were left behind in the corporate dust storm, being left entirely jobless. Taking advantage of the many people left needing work, an Indianapolis-based trucking ... Read More
June 22, 2023
Indiana state health officials are advising Indiana residents to be aware and take extra precautions against mosquito bites this year, as West Nile virus has been detected. Thus far there have been no reported cases in humans, but they did take a sample from a mosquito, which tested positive for West Nile. While at this tim... Read More
May 10, 2023
With Memorial Day approaching, so is the Indianapolis 500 race. An age-old American tradition, this May race famously occurs the Sunday of Memorial Day weekend. This year, we are coming up on the 107th race, and it will be a historic race.
For the first time ev... Read More
March 8, 2023
In mid-January, Midwesterners got some exciting news about a new bus service. Megabus, one of the biggest providers of intercity bus services in the region, was partnering with Miller Transportation, another major provider. The team-up was supposed to help both services expand their networks. By doing so, they'd provide a n... Read More
January 24, 2023
Local surgeon Dr. Scott Mims is under the threat of suspension after the Indiana Attorney General‘s office has stated him to be nothing more than a “clear and immediate danger” to public health.
The petition was made earlier on Friday in order to distinguish what wo... Read More
October 24, 2022
Fentanyl is no subtle drug. It's a powerful synthetic opioid analgesic that bears similarity to morphine. All while being nearly 100 times stronger. The drug of fentanyl is a Schedule II prescription drug which can be used to treat patients with strong pains. It can be similarly used to manage pain in post-surgery. Fentanyl... Read More
September 12, 2022
There's an Indiana judge out there that isn't responsive to arguments regarding the abortion ban, and likely won't be until the following week on a lawsuit that will block the state's abortion ban. This new law is likely to start up on Thursday. The judge itself would be overseeing the case through an issue on Monday's orde... Read More
August 11, 2022
As of now, the state of Indiana has about 77 confirmed cases of monkeypox, all according to the United States Center for Disease Control and Prevention. That number is able to climb to about 9,000 cases around the country. The Department of Health is looking forward to distributing vaccinations through the web survey page. ... Read More
July 14, 2022
A killing in a truck on an Indiana highway finally reached its resolution after nearly three years. Pavel Nery-Gonzalez was convicted of the murder of his trucking partner, Angel Cruz, in May. Judge Gregory Horn sentenced him to 55 years in prison on Thursday.
The story o... Read More