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Cardiologists warn not to ignore these symptoms

  In the movies, it’s not unusual for a character having a heart attack to dramatically clutch his chest, then collapse in a heap. In real life, however, there are… Read more »

New CBD oil store to open in Kendallville

KENDALLVILLE, Ind. (WANE) – A pair of entrepreneurs are opening a store in Kendallville that will sell hemp CBD products. The Pure Dream at 121 South Main Street will be… Read more »

State files complaint after woman’s death in ‘deplorable’ assisted living home

INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) – The doors closed at Roland’s Retirement Club in Speedway last November. It’s where just a few weeks earlier, Speedway police found a woman dead inside her apartment…. Read more »

4 defendants accused of defrauding American Senior Communities in multi-million-dollar scheme to plead guilty

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Four men indicted in a massive scheme to defraud American Senior Communities will plead guilty in the case, according to court documents filed this week. Former CEO… Read more »

New Women’s Center at Community Hospital North aims to help with early detection and more

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Sometimes we’re so busy taking care of others, we forget about making time for our own health. That was the concept behind creating a Women’s Center at Community… Read more »

IU Health RN no longer an employee after investigation into controversial tweet

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – An IU Health nurse is no longer an employee after an investigation was launched Saturday into a controversial Tweet. IU Health said Taiyesha Baker faced an internal… Read more »

Video obtained by TV station shows Georgia World War II veteran dying as nurses laugh

ATLANTA (AP) — Two nurses lost their licenses after a television station persuaded courts to unseal a video secretly recorded by the family of a man who died in their… Read more »

Postal worker, troopers save life of Indy man who hadn’t brought in mail for several days

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Two state troopers and a United States postal worker are being credited with saving the life of an Indianapolis man. On Sept. 20, state police say U.S…. Read more »

Protesters call on Eli Lilly to lower insulin costs

INDIANAPOLIS — Dozens of people gathered outside the headquarters of Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly on Saturday to demand that the company lower the cost of insulin. The organizers of the rally… Read more »

Mooresville preschool teacher cancer-free after given one year to live

MOORSEVILLE, Ind. – A Moorseville preschool teacher suddenly diagnosed with brain cancer received a clean bill of health this week just four months after the illness was detected. Amanda Anderson,… Read more »