INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 25, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- LifeOmic, the creators of the LIFE mobile apps, today announced the launch of its personalized wellness program, LIFE Ascent. Based on key learnings from the company's more than 3 million LIFE app users, the scientifically rigorous 52-week LIFE Ascent program provides participants with the knowledge, tools and community to lose weight while improving their overall health and wellness. Each month focuses on the five pillars of health -- physical activity, nutrition, mindfulness, sleep and intermittent fasting -- and how they impact each system in the body.

The Supreme Court declined to hear a case concerning whether former President Donald Trump violated provisions of the Constitution that bar a president from receiving an "emolument" or benefit from a foreign or domestic government. The court instructed the lower courts to wipe away a lower c…

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CARMEL, Ind., Jan. 25, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Kinetic Advantage ("Kinetic" or the "Company"), a newly-formed auto floorplan financing company, today announced the launch of its new cloud-based Real-Time Intelligent (RTI) Auditing System(TM) for the floorplan finance industry. This system, which is the first of its kind, is designed to address a long-time pain point for auto dealers undergoing the traditional audit process with their floorplan provider.

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INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 25, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Passageways, creator of OnBoard, the award-winning board management software platform that securely connects organizations and their boards of directors, announced record milestones in customer and revenue growth and accelerating expansion into new global markets. Under its ambitious 2021 growth plan, Passageways plans to build on its 2020 momentum by strengthening the OnBoard platform with new capabilities that drive powerful and collaborative engagement for boards, board directors, and other organizational leaders.

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The Lake County coroner released the identity of a 15-year-old Harvey boy who died at Community Hospital in Munster late Saturday.

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Two more local deaths from COVID-19 were reported in Northwest Indiana, according to updated statistics provided Sunday by the Indiana State Department of Health and the Porter County Health Department.

Lake County is included in a winter storm watch issued for Monday afternoon through Tuesday afternoon that could bring 6-9 inches of snow to the area, the National Weather Service said.