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  • Weather & Your Health: Motorcycles

    Friday, May 11 at 12:46 PM

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - A sure sign of Spring is when more motorcycles start to hit the road, and emergency rooms see more victims of motorcycle crashes. Wearing the proper gear may not prevent a crash, but it can prevent a lot of serious injuries. Jason Meyers talks with Dr. Bridgwater from the Parkview ER.

  • Saturday's Super Moon

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Anyone looking to the sky Saturday night was treated to a "Super Moon." This means the moon appeared 14% bigger and 30% brighter. The moon officially became full at 11:35 p.m. and this it coincided with the moment the moon is closest to Earth in its orbit.

  • Spring's Wild Swings Slow Down in May

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Three days into May, we're off to a hot start. This Spring has been a warm one so far, especially March. Even though we've seen plenty of warm days, there have been a lot of ups and downs as well. Meteorologist Jason Meyers looks at the big picture to find out what the rest of the month holds.

  • Weather & Your Health: Bugs!

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Cold Winters with below freezing temperatures for weeks on end do an excellent job of killing bugs. We didn't get that this year. While it may have been easier on your bank account, we're going to be paying for it this Spring and Summer with extra bugs buzzing around. This includes mosquitoes. Jason Meyers spoke with Dr. Pandian about keeping the bugs away.

  • March is Still Breaking Records

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) -- For the first time in 100 years and only the second time in our recorded weather history, April is going to end up cooler than March.

  • Droughts Worsen For Parts of the US

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) -- A mild Winter with less snow than normal combined with a dry Spring means current droughts are getting worse and new ones are starting to pop up. The hardest hit areas include western Texas, northern Florida, Georgia and parts of the Carolinas. Droughts in those places cost at least $10 billion in agricultural losses last year.

  • The Dandelion's Revenge

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) -- For the most part, lawn enthusiasts don't think dandelions look so dandy. They're a tough weed to get rid of, and experts think we'll be seeing more of them this year because of the mild winter. A lot of lawn companies and home owners weren't able to get the initial round of fertilizer down in time. As a result, more weeds are popping up, and everyone's playing catch-up.

  • Taking Tornadoes Seriously

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) -- Tornadoes are serious business. They're one of the most destructive acts of nature. So why is it when there's a warning, some people run outside to get a look at the storm instead of running to a safe spot in their home? Part of the reason could be more warnings. But part of the reason there are more warnings is because of better technology. Even if this leads to slightly more false alarms, it's always better to be safe than sorry. A good look at a storm isn't worth your life.

  • Weather & Your Health: Gardening Aches & Pains

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Gardening season is getting near. While the end result looks good, you usually feel it in your knees, shoulders, and back the next day. Jason Meyers and Parkview Hospital talk about ways to lessen the pain so you can enjoy your garden and your hard work.

  • Weather & Your Health: Keeping Kids Healthy

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - As the weather warms up, it seems our lives just keep getting busier despite the fact the days are longer. And with more things to do, it gets harder and harder to keep an eye on the kids. Jason Meyers and Parkview Hospital talk about ways to keep the kids safe in the Spring and Summer.

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