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  • State Farm sponsors INDOT Hoosier Helper patrols

    State Farm sponsors INDOT Hoosier Helper patrols
    The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announced Thursday that State Farm Insurance will be the exclusive sponsor of the Hoosier Helper freeway service patrol. The collaborative partnership is designed to create a long-term, supplemental funding...
  • Quick Hits: Battle of the Badges Blood Drive is Tuesday

    As part of a friendly competition among Southern California public-safety agencies, a Red Cross bloodmobile will be taking blood donations on Tuesday from officers of the law and their supporters at the Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station. Now in its...
  • Insurance Companies Busy Day After Storm

    Insurance Companies Busy Day After Storm
    Many Metroplex residents spent much of Wednesday talking to their insurance companies.  State Farm Insurance officials tell The 33 News they're working on about 2,400 homeowner claims and 4,200 auto claims after Tuesday night's storm, and both numbers are...
  • City celebrates Fiesta Days

    City celebrates Fiesta Days
    Applauding both community and country, thousands gathered in La Cañada Flintridge over Memorial Day weekend to paint the town red, white and blue during its 38th annual Fiesta Days celebration. Four days of family-friendly events organized by La Cañada...
  • Ice too much for some businesses to stay open

    Ice too much for some businesses to stay open
    As ice reformed during the day Tuesday throughout the city of Indianapolis, the weather left the decision about closing early up in the air for some businesses. Fifth Third Bank was not one of them. It closed all of its central Indiana branches by 1 p.m....
  • Ice Storm: Ice dam claims flooding in after storm

    Ice Storm: Ice dam claims flooding in after storm
    As central Indiana began to thaw out, ice dam calls also began to trickle in. "When the sun came out, it started warming things up and then the phone started ringing," said Doug Catt, a State Farm Insurance agent in Avon. "We started getting a lot of...
  • What Would You Do If You Lost Control While Driving In The Snow?

    What Would You Do If You Lost Control While Driving In The Snow?
    We've been hearing the warning for weeks: this is going to be a bad winter. So are you ready for dicey driving conditions?  Would you know what to do if you lost control and were heading for a snowy ditch?  Would you slam on the brakes or hit the...
  • Annual Random House Book Fair set for March 2-3 at Carroll Community College

    A movie, workshops and visits by several national Random House authors will all be part of the annual Random House Book Fair, to be held Friday and Saturday, March 2-3, at Carroll Community College, 1601 Washington Road, Westminster.. The book fair draws...
  • Byron Mouton: 10 years after Maryland's national title

    Byron Mouton: 10 years after Maryland's national title
    Byron Mouton has often had to reinvent himself. A big scorer in high school in Louisiana who turned into more of a defensive stopper during his two seasons at Maryland, Mouton tried to start an online basketball apparel company while finishing his...
  • Flood Insurance -- what you need to know

    Flood Insurance -- what you need to know
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo - When it rains it floods. If you aren't protected with insurance that can leave you with a big headache. Flood damage is not cheap. In fact, FEMA estimates that just two inches of water inside your home can cost nearly $21,000 in damages....
  • Pretty in Pink - free taxi helps women get access to mammograms in Branson

    Pretty in Pink - free taxi helps women get access to mammograms in Branson
    BRANSON, Mo. -- Since 1990, deaths from breast cancer in our country have dropped 30 percent, largely because of early detection through mammograms. A problem still exists for many people in the Ozarks, however: getting to the hospital to get that scan...