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Franciscan St. Francis Health patients are among those at 200 healthcare providers across the country whose personal information may have been compromised by a data breach. Franciscan president and CEO James Callaghan said the health system is teaming with Medical Informatics Engineering to notify individuals whose information may have been compromised. Affected patients will receive a letter in the mail. More information is available on the Local News Digital Facebook page.

After a lengthy discussion Tuesday night, the Columbus Board of Zoning Appeals approved rezoning 421 S. Mapleton St. to make way for a homeless shelter. The Columbus Township Trustee’s Office and Love Chapel co-sponsored the application. Prior to the vote, residents voiced concerns for more than an hour about the potential for lower property values and increased drug activity and it’s proximity to Clifty Park.

A fund has been established to support the family of Amy Keever while she continues treatment in Indianapolis. The Amy Keever Family Fund will be used solely for medical and living expenses. Donations can be made at any Horizon Bank location or mailed to the Tabernacle Christian Church in Franklin. There is also a GoFundMe page. Keever remains in critical condition after she was severely burned in a domestic violence incident this past Friday.

A man was arrested in Elizabethtown after he allegedly choked his wife and tried to keep her from contacting help. The Bartholomew County Sheriff’s Department was called at approximately 5:30 a.m. Tuesday to the scene in the Hilltop Trailer Park, where shots had been heard during a domestic disturbance. The female victim told investigators that her husband, Ernesto Prado, 28, had fired gunshots as she and two children, an 8-year-old and an 18-month-old, fled from the trailer. Prado was taken to the Bartholomew County Jail and is being held on preliminary charges of domestic battery with a child present, strangulation, criminal recklessness, intimidation, interfering with a 911 call and criminal confinement.

Visit the Red Room at the Bartholomew County Public Library at 11 a.m. Saturday to listen to Korean War POW Charles Layton talk about his book. Layton will also have copies of his book, “A True Story of a Korean War POW/MIA: Escaped With Honor,” available for purchase.