A dramatic rise in domestic violence since coronavirus began



October is Domestic Violence Awareness month and due to the COVID-19 pandemic, call centers and shelters are busier than ever. SafeNest CEO Liz Ortenburger said calls into their hotline are up from about 50 calls a month to 500 since the start of the pandemic.

Stepping into Fright Ride isn’t an experience for the easily spooked. The immersive ride-along haunted experience features a “fear” research lab with all the scares.

Plus, it took more than 100 days, but local first-grader Holly Lambert has finally returned home after a battle with a rare form of kidney cancer known as a Wilms’ tumor.

00:00 – Domestic violence during coronavirus
01:57 – Drive-thru haunted house
03:52 – Holly Lambert beats cancer, returns home
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