State Health Says Almost 4,000 Hoosiers Have Coronavirus

The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) Saturday announced that 523 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at ISDH, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and private laboratories. That brings to 3,953 the total number of Indiana residents known to have the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous day’s…

Frankfort Library Extends Closure for All Branches Until May 1

Governor Eric Holcomb has said, “Social distancing is the most important and effective tool we have to defeat COVID-19. If we act now, we can save lives and then re-open our state for business, group activities, sports and the other things we enjoy doing together as Hoosiers. But we need every person to take this…

‘The Gong Show’ Coming Back to WILO Next Wednesday

To help people get through the coronavirus and other assorted life issues, WILO-AM and FM is bringing back “The Gong Show” from 7-8 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. “The Gong Show” was a staple on WILO during the ice storm in the early 90s. The show is known for its absurdist humor and style,…

‘Inside the Huddle’ Airs Live Saturday Morning on WILO

WILO’s Saturday morning sports talk show “Inside the Huddle” rolls on live from 9-10 a.m. Saturday. The show is sponsored by State Farm Insurance Agents Susan Kaspar and Tony Theofanis. Our guests this week will be Frankfort High School Athletic Director Ed Niehaus at 9:15, followed by Butler University Coordinator of Basketball Operations Brandon Crone…

‘Leading In Uncertain Times’ Friday, April 3

The WILO/Chamber of Commerce “Leading In Uncertain Times” series continued Friday morning with Witham Health Services President and CEO Dr. Ray Ingham. “We’ve made a number of significant changes in the way we do business,” said Ingham. “It’s been going on for about two weeks. It was very easy to do. We got it done…

IU Health Expands COVID-19 Testing to Indiana Health Care Workers, First Responders and Critically Ill Patients

Beginning April 3, Indiana University Health is expanding testing for the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which causes COVID-19, to any health care worker or first responder in Indiana who may have been exposed to the virus. This includes health care workers serving at non-IU Health facilities. Many Indiana hospitals and health care facilities—particularly in rural areas of…

Residents Warned Not to Fall Victim to COVID-19-Related Scams

Hoosiers are facing challenging times to keep their families safe and avoid the spread of COVID-19, and unfortunately scammers are adding additional risk by taking advantage of the current health crisis. Newly-surfaced reports show scammers creating text messages, emails, websites and social media posts to pose as government entities and organizations to obtain financial information…