Tuesday, March 11 2014 9:03 PM EDT2014-03-12 01:03:07 GMT
Brian Baltosiewich is a marketing producer at WBTV. For 22 of his early years in life, he struggled with what some people take for granted; simply trying to talk. Brian developed a pronounced stutterMore >>
Brian developed a pronounced stutter during his childhood. For more than two decades, the problem plagued him, until he decided to do something about it.More >>
Tuesday, March 11 2014 8:01 PM EDT2014-03-12 00:01:40 GMT
A 33-year-old man exposed himself to a classroom full of high school students in Eugene on Tuesday morning. Police said Christopher Vanorden entered classroom with students around 8 a.m. at WillametteMore >>
Eugene police said a 33-year-old man exposed himself in front of a classroom full of students Tuesday morning.More >>
The Indiana Joint Information Center says the best way to help disaster survivors in southeastern Indiana is with a cash donation to a legitimate relief agency, like the American Red Cross.
The type and amount of items needed can change hourly because of the evolving emergency situation. Cash is far more flexible than goods and allows voluntary agencies to more quickly acquire the supplies needed to address the most urgent needs.
The center says, "Well-meaning individuals who show up to help without prior contact or coordination with disaster management personnel in southern Indiana can further complicate or even hinder response and recovery operations already underway. "