ANDERSON, Ind. — Another surge of colder air will arrive today and highs will be very winter-like. Most places will only reach the lower 30s today. Other than the chance of a few flurries. It should be fairly quiet. Colder-than-normal temperatures will linger through the end of the week. Their is a chance of rain and snow by Sunday and for early next week.
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Hospital dedicates St. John’s Chapel
St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital renamed its chapel on Tuesday to pay homage to its past. About 70 people attended the dedication service of the newly christened St. John’s Chapel just inside the main lobby doors at the hospital.
Suspected drag racer set to go to trial
A second suspect in a deadly drag-racing incident more than a year ago is about to stand trial.
AHS business class shares downtown vision with city leaders
Mounds Mall would have to be demolished if Mounds Lake Reservoir ever becomes a reality. And Anderson High School business teacher Debra Berry’s marketing class has an idea about where it might relocate: Downtown Anderson.
Boost in education funding won’t benefit all schools
In the budget bill passed by the General Assembly last month, more money is allocated for K-12 education over the next two years, but that doesn’t mean every school will get more dollars.
Local school districts prepare to face funding challenges
Even with a slight increase in state funding projected for the near future, Anderson Preparatory Academy, like many other public schools, will still face financial challenges.
More rain and cooler
Scattered showers and thunderstorms will continue through today, while temperatures cool down into the upper 70s.
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Rain, hail possible this morning
The National Weather Service issued a hazardous weather warning Tuesday evening for Central Indiana, including Madison County.
Police: Cameras might help in burglary investigation
An intruder held a juvenile to the ground against his will while another person stole property from the home, according to police reports of a burglary Monday night.
Man pleads guilty to child exploitation, gets 10 years
Daniel E. Ward, 47, received a 10-year, fully-executed sentence in the Department of Correction on Monday after being convicted of two counts of child exploitation and one count of possession of child pornography.
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