The American Red Cross is cancelling an unusually high number of blood drives because of severe weather.
The American Red Cross is eliminating positions in Indiana as part of nationwide budget cuts.
Indiana Red Cross blood and platelet donations have dropped 13.5 percent since March and officials worry they will be facing a blood shortage later this summer.
National Severe Weather Preparedness Week begins today.
Aid agencies in Monroe and Owen County hope that their relatively new, 2-1-1 phone call can become an industry standard.
Pam Chapman of Duke Energy says crews have been working around the clock to fix power lines and restore electricity to the Bloomington area.
American Red Cross blood donations for the month of January are at a 10 year low.
The Red Cross doesn't have the donors they need as the U.S. population shifts.