ANDERSON, Ind. — There is a small warmup heading this way for the end of the work week. High temperatures today will be about 10-15 degrees below average, around 40. By Friday, highs reach the lower 50s, and weekend temps dip back into the lower 40s. A few different waves will move through, offering repeated chances for rain and snow. A wintry mix is likely this afternoon and evening. Another wave will give us rain Saturday morning, then another wintery mix Sunday.
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Oklahoma family with Anderson ties OK after tornado
Telly Hogue-Rinker’s aunt and uncle, Becky and Dustin Smith, just recently sold their house in Shawnee, Okla., and bought one in Moore. The couple is from Anderson and had moved to Oklahoma after retiring. Now, they don’t know if that house is still standing.
Madison County reinstates wheel tax in split vote
After a one-year hiatus, the owners of vehicles in Madison County will once again have to pay an excise surtax and wheel tax beginning in January.
Anderson High School students share vision for new downtown mall
Marketing students at Anderson High School have a fresh vision for Downtown that would take shape if the Mounds Lake Reservoir is ever built.
APA hosts Senior Girls Luncheon
The Anderson Preparatory Academy is hosting its inaugural Senior Girls Luncheon Tuesday afternoon at the high school campus.
St. Vincent to dedicate remodeled chapel
St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital will dedicate its remodeled chapel Tuesday at 5 p.m
Juvenile inside during home invasion
According to the Anderson Police Department, a juvenile was in his house during a home invasion early Monday evening.
Five sent to hospital after head-on collision
Five people were sent to the hospital Monday evening after a two-vehicle accident, according to the Madison County Sheriff’s Department.
Strong thunderstorms and showers expected
Strong thunderstorms and showers expected, especially this evening.
Poll question for Tuesday, May 21
Vote daily in The Herald Bulletin poll. Today's poll question can be found at the bottom of the homepage on the right side.
Bowhunters take aim at Anderson for June competitive event
After a six-year absence, competitive archery is returning to Anderson next month.
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