Adams Health Network,which runs Adams Memorial Hospital, has confirmed that a ransomware attack targeted some of its computer servers on Thursday, January 11.
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The raid took place Thursday morning after police acted on a tip that drug dealing had been taking place at the residence.
The House voted by a near party-line 230-197 vote to approve the legislation, which would keep agency doors open and hundreds of thousands of federal employees at work through Feb. 16. The measure is designed to give White House and congressional bargainers more time to work through disputes on immigration and the budget that they’ve tangled over for months.
The Department of Child Services is facing its own set off challenges right now. The Governor recently appointed a new director, after the former director quit last month. That former director wrote a scathing letter critical of Indiana’s Governor.
Earlier this week, a similar event was captured on video in Michigan.
The home is the first of six that will be renovated with funding the city receives from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
Two people are injured, one in critical condition after a two vehicle crash at Coliseum Blvd. and Crescent Ave.
The twice daily service to Philadelphia is expected to begin in June on regional American Airlines aircraft.
The artistic director of Warren’s historic Pulse Opera House, Cynthia Wartzok, is organizing a benefit concert. At least 20 performers and groups want to take part in it.
The driver was not hurt but is expected to face several charges.
Around 1 p.m. Tuesday, January 16, a Trooper pulled over a silver Hyundai for a moving violation nine miles west of the Howe/LaGrange Exit.
Earlier this month, the owner of the buildings at South Calhoun and West Rudisill filed a request with the Board of Zoning Appeals to tear down the buildings, and build a fast food drive through.
Pope Francis said that until he sees proof that Bishop Juan Barros was complicit in covering up the sex crimes of the Rev. Fernando Karadima, such accusations against Barros are “all calumny.”
J. David Cox, national president of the American Federation of Government Employees, said shutdowns can have dramatic impacts as jobs are left unattended. The longer a shutdown lasts, he said, the worse it gets.
Shell casings, DNA, stolen jewelry and a cellphone taken from a victim were among the pieces of evidence that investigators used to tie Cleophus Cooksey Jr., 35, to the killings, according to court documents.
Texas carried out the nation’s first execution of 2018 Thursday evening, giving lethal injection to a man who became known as Houston’s “Tourniquet Killer” because of his signature murder technique on four female victims.
One of the nation’s largest online charter schools is closing abruptly, leaving families of the roughly 12,000 Ohio students from the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow scrambling to find other schooling options halfway through the academic year.
Police were on the first floor handcuffing the woman they were seeking to arrest when 31-year-old Kevin Sturgis, of Philadelphia, began firing from the second floor, said U.S. Attorney Dave Freed.
Many groups are working on liquid biopsy tests, which look for DNA and other things that tumors shed into blood, to try to find cancer before it spreads, when chances of cure are best.
The Fort Wayne women’s basketball team dropped a road game at Western Illinois Thursday night (Jan. 18), 91-44.
Between April 24 and May 10, 22 different Northeast Indiana and Northwest Ohio high schools, plus Fort Wayne’s University of Saint Francis and Indiana Tech, will square off in a dozen games at the home of the Fort Wayne TinCaps. (
West Noble topped NECC foe Garrett 55-24 in girls hoops at Paul Bateman Gymnasium to headline area basketball action on Thursday night.