ANDERSON, Ind. — The Winter Storm will leave the region today and calmer weather will arrive gradually over the next several days. Highs will stay chilly for the first half of the week, but climb into the 40s for late-week. There is a chance for a wintry mix on Thursday.
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Rain pelts county, causing flooding
A storm system that's created headaches for holiday travelers dropped 1 to 2.5 inches of rain on Madison County on Saturday, where it combined with runoff from melted snow to cause flooding in low-lying areas and roadways.
- ACS sets deadline for Wigwam offers Unless there is a viable offer by March 1 for the purchase of the Wigwam complex it could fall victim to the wrecking ball.
- State denies health center grants The Indiana State Department of Health has formally withdrawn a grant to the Madison County Community Health Center and suspended the organization from receiving future grant programs.
- Police officers give back to community Five Anderson police officers wearing Santa hats, along with Police Chief Larry Crenshaw and Deputy Mayor Pete Heuer, greeted families with armfuls of Christmas presents on Friday.
- Alcohol tax hike may be tough to swallow A few extra pennies on a six-pack of beer could help Indiana counties afford addiction and mental health programs for low-level offenders, keeping them out of prison, in line with a law that goes into effect in July.
- Chick-fil-A opens restaurant at university School food is not known as being a first choice for a meal by most students, but that was before Anderson University brought a Chick-fil-A to campus.
A store in bloom
Kathie Swan says that for more than 20 years she has been fortunate enough to do a job she loves. That is something customers often realize after walking through the doors of her business, Katie’s Bloomers Floral Shop on Broadway.
- What's Where: Dec. 21 Local meetings and activities are planned Saturday.
- 'Teen Mom' opens up to Dr. Phil “Teen Mom” star Amber Portwood sat down with Dr. Phil McGraw on the set of "Dr. Phil" for her first interview since being released from prison last month. On the show, which aired Friday, the Anderson resident said she’s battled addiction since childhood and put drugs above her daughter, Leah, not wanting “that mommy life.”
- Area schools get passing grades from state With some exceptions, Madison County area schools scored well Friday as letter grades were unveiled by the Indiana Department of Education.
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