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Volunteers working on a “Homes for Wounded Warriors Project” in Kokomo are frantically to finish a home for an Afghanistan War veteran and his family, after learning Sunday that veteran Anthony Walton suffered a seizure, fell and is in intensive care, fighting for his life. Workers are even more committed to completing the home for Walton, who while on active duty, was shot 37 times, costing him the use of his left arm and leaving him legally blind.
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A monstrous tornado at least a half-mile wide with winds up to 200 mph ripped through the Oklahoma city of Moore Monday. Officials say the death toll is expected to rise while more than 200 are being treated at hospitals.The National Weather Service says the twister was at least an EF4.21.05.13
A former Anderson couple just recently sold their house in Shawnee, Okla., and bought one in Moore – the site of yesterday’s deadly tornadoes. Becky and Dustin Smith, who are safe, say they don’t know if that house is still standing. The Smiths haven’t been able to get out to the area of their new [...]21.05.13
A severe thunderstorm rolled through the area around 4 this morning, damaging a Noblesville gas station. Power out in parts of Hamilton County caused Noblesville Schools to operate on a two hour delay. At its peak, Duke and IPL were reporting a combined 22 thousand without power – Anderson Power & Light reported more than [...]