Domestic violence prevention advocates say they won a small victory Friday when state officials approved funding for prevention programs at the same dollar amount as last year. But more than a million dollars is still being withheld as the state asks shelters to provide “additional information.”
The monarch butterfly is one of the most recognizable – bright orange wings, black stripes and white spots - but it’s also one of the most threatened species. In 20 years, their population in North America has gone down 90 percent.
The Little River Wetland Project in Fort Wayne wants to help prevent monarchs from disappearing all together. The non-profit based at Eagle Marsh protects the plants the butterflies need to help them on their annual migration from Canada to Mexico.
Let’s say that your father, mother, grandmother, sister, or other family member is admitted to the hospital. Given their poor and slowly deteriorating health, this admission comes as no surprise. Your loved one makes it through the event and is now ready to be discharged from the hospital.
Where should they go?
The answer we all would like to give: the place that best fits their medical and personal needs.
The Indiana Attorney General is warning Hoosiers about a new phone scam where people claim to be representatives of the Internal Revenue Service. More than two hundred Indiana residents have filed complaints in the last few weeks.
Attorney General Greg Zoeller’s office says the scam has cost people $5 million nationwide this year alone.
Someone claiming to be from the IRS or the U.S. Treasury Department tells consumers they owe tax money and demands payment immediately, threatening to issue a warrant for their arrest otherwise.