Flash flooding in 2008 caused nearly $180 million in damage at Columbus Regional Hospital.
Suffering from a lack of volunteers, The Brown County Volunteer Fire Department is discontinuing one of its services and looking for ways to continue others.
Health experts say numbers released Wednesday showing the base cost of health care services in a number of hospitals should be viewed carefully by consumers.
Columbus Regional Hospital is no longer inducing early births for convenience's sake after partnering with March of Dimes.
Some Indiana hospitals are losing Medicare funding because of the rate at which people are readmitted after treatment.
The Board of Public Works made the decision after the ambulance board was unable to make a recommendation.
Mayor Brown tasked the newly resurrected ambulance board with recommending a new ambulance provider to the Public Works Board by July 17th.
The board will make recommendation not just for Columbus, but for Bartholomew County EMS services as well.
Columbus Regional Hospital installed the floodgates after rains in 2008 flooded the hospital.
Columbus Regional Hospital has begun construction of a FEMA-mandated wall to hold back the waters from the next hundred-year flood.