Sunday, June 25, 2017
Mercyhealth Talks Stroke Prevention
May is stroke awareness month and the medical emergency can be preventable when you understand the warning signs. Dr. Shawn Wallery is a neurologist with Mercyhealth. He joined Eyewitness News in the morning to tell us how to prevent a stroke.
At&t employee strike
AT&T employees strike for a fair contract, which includes higher pay to cover increases in health care.
Snatched (Chuck)
When her boyfriend dumps her before their exotic vacation, Emily (Amy Schumer) persuades her ultra-cautious mother (Goldie Hawn) to travel with her to paradise, with unexpected results. While it’s great to see Hawn on screen again and the chemistry between her and Schumer is effective, the premise of the script is rather flimsy and the jokes come only in fits and starts. These two comediennes deserve a better script. 2 Stars (Chuck Koplinski) Rated R. 91 minutes. AMC-C, AMC-D, SAV.
Roadtrippin': Take a ride on the Hurricane Train
Take a ride on the Hurricane Train, a one-of-a-kind ride through Alaska backcountry and the last flag stop train in the United States.
Syracuse Pancreatic Cancer Research Walk June 10th: 5-21-17
Years after losing her husband to pancreatic cancer, Ann Marie Warner has a way for anyone to help fight the disease. NewsChannel 9's Farah Jadran meets Ann Marie Warner and the upcoming Syracuse Pancreatic Cancer Research Walk.
Man comes Face to Face with a Tornado (5-19-17)
MT. VERNON, Mo. - Around 4 pm Friday, Bill Ross was watching it rain until the winds started blowing really hard. In the blink of an eye, a suspected tornado moved a 1/4 mile or so northeast parallel to i-44. It snapped some trees and smashed through the Wallace Cattle Company farm. The storm ripped off a roof, sending debris hundreds of yards north and across i-44. Ross says he can't believe some of the damage he saw. "When we pulled up there was a lady sitting in her car and there was a 2x4 literally through her window of her car," Ross explained. "It looked like one of those barns shot across the front of so. It's definitely crazy." Despite all the damage, emergency crews were able to clean things up fairly quickly.
Gout Awareness Day
Dr. Christopher Parker, Chief of Rheumatology at Austin Diagnostic Clinic
Visalia expo starts Friday helps breast cancer research
Google Lens brings AI smarts to your phone
Google Lens uses artificial intelligence to figure out what's in a photo
Food-processing program shakes stereotypes about industry
Think agriculture, and you probably think of farming, but some of the biggest Ag employers in our area don't operate in a farm.

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Healthbeat: Shingles
You may have seen pharmacies with signs indicating that the vaccine for shingles is available there.
Free pharmaceutical waste collections in Monroe Co.
Department of Environmental Services and the Sheriff's Office is putting a new focus on proper pharmaceutical waste disposal.
Dobbs uses engineering mind on the field
Dobbs uses engineering mind on the field
Local Company Manufactures for NASA
Wren Industries has been awarded with the task of manufacturing parts for NASA's Orion Spacecraft.
Top Mobile Accessories for Farm Workers
Prep your workforce for greater productivity.
Lubbock Tornado 1970
Lubbock Tornado 1970
Musician Scott Wattles
Matt and Heather talk to Scott Wattles, a musician and aortic dissection patient, and Physician Assistant Brett Taylor about the dangers of aortic dissections.
Preventing Parvo
The El Paso Animal Services Shelter is offering vaccines for Parvo as the disease increases during the Summer.


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