ANDERSON, Ind. — Rain chances diminish a bit today, becoming spotty late this afternoon. Most of the day remains dry with mostly cloudy skies. An isolated storm is possible on Tuesday, but again the majority of the day will be dry with clouds hanging around. Wednesday is the driest day, before more rain and storms move into our forecast to wrap up the week. Temperatures remain in the 70s all week long, with temps nearing 80s degrees Thursday and Friday.
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NBA D-league team proposed for Wigwam
Terry Thimlar, a former Indiana high school basketball coach and now a sporting event coordinator in Florida, has presented a plan to rehabilitate the Anderson High School gymnasium, known as the Wigwam, the city announced Wednesday.
- New service provider chosen for TRAM service in Madison County Rural transportation in Madison County will continue, though the provider will change effective Jan. 2, according to Kenneth D. Adkins, president and CEO of LifeStream Services.
Smith, mayors oppose marriage ban
A group of Indiana mayors, including Anderson Mayor Kevin Smith, came out against an amendment attempting to make same-sex marriage constitutionally illegal.
Harrison College to host career panel Dec. 5
The Harrison College Anderson campus will open its doors to the public Thursday from 6-8 p.m. for a Criminal Justice Career Panel.
- Arrest Log: Dec. 4 Arrests made by Madison County law enforcement on Monday and Tuesday, based on Madison County Jail records.
- RACER Trust meets in Anderson The RACER Trust met with Anderson community members in a private meeting Wednesday to discuss marketing strategies for the former General Motors properties in the city.
- What's Where: Dec. 5 Local meetings and activities are planned Thursday.
- Ernie's Pet Food Pantry hosting weekend activity Ernie's Heart Pet Food Pantry will host a Christmas Charity Boutique and Open House from 4 to 7 p.m. this Friday and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at its new location at 2103 Broadway.
- What's Where: Dec. 4 Local meetings and activities are scheduled Wednesday.
State agency opposes limited unemployment plan
A coalition of business and labor groups want Indiana legislators to expand unemployment benefits to partially furloughed workers, but the proposal faces opposition from the state agency that would implement it.
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