Indiana Landmarks and Indiana Farm Bureau are seeking nominations for the 2023 John Arnold Award for Rural Preservation.
A new technology studio, business analytics lab and space for Indiana University Kokomo's KEY Center for Innovation should be complete by the end of the year or early 2024 at the latest.
INDIANAPOLIS – A controversial “parental rights” bill was pared down by Indiana senators on Thursday to remove a provision that would have required schools get consent from parents if a student requests to change their name or pronouns.
Hundreds of thousands of visitors. Traffic jams. Millions of dollars in revenue. A public-bathroom shortage. State officials expect all of these things to happen a year from now on April 8, 2024, when a total solar eclipse will shroud much of Indiana.
Players barely touched a basketball for the first half of Tuesday’s training session.
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A Howard County Judge has granted the request for bail reduction made by a Greentown man charged with child solicitation, though not as low as the accused requested.
PERU — A Miami County man facing 25 different felony charges related to child pornography and exploitation pled guilty to those charges Thursday during a hearing inside Miami Circuit Court.
A Kokomo man whom police say molested a 13-year-old boy in 2021 was convicted last week during a jury trial in Howard Superior Court 2.
A Peru man is pleading guilty to a federal child pornography charge.
Court documents released this week in the case of 53-year-old Michael Horne, a Kokomo man accused of trafficking a 14-year-old Perry County boy, show the defendant and his vehicle were seen outside the boy’s Tell City residence just hours before he was declared missing.
Two people were arrested Tuesday after police reportedly located drugs and a stolen handgun during a warranted search of a residence on the city’s southeast side.
MIAMI COUNTY — Three Indianapolis men were arrested last week after police reportedly located fentanyl inside their vehicle during a routine traffic stop.
After a two-hour standoff with police Thursday afternoon, a Kokomo man has been booked into the Howard County Jail.
A Kokomo man convicted of child molesting will spend the next handful of decades in prison.
Just days after police made two arrests in connection with a decade-long cold case, new court documents reveal that illicit drugs were likely the catalyst for a home invasion that killed 21-year-old Kokomo resident Destiny Pittman.
A decade after 21-year-old Kokomo resident Destiny Pittman was killed in her southwest side home, police say two brothers are now under arrest on a charge of killing in connection with the case.
INDIANAPOLIS — Officials with the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Indiana say a Kokomo man was sentenced to seven years in federal prison recently after pleading guilty to firing a gun into a hotel room ceiling during a standoff with police.
A former Howard County Jail correctional officer who pleaded guilty last month to providing drugs to inmates on several occasions was sentenced this week to five years in the Indiana Department of Correction.
Cousins Braydon Cook and Trent Rawls sat attentively inside the Council Chambers at Kokomo City Hall on Wednesday night and were excited to learn more about the possible line of work the pair hope to one day enter.
TIPTON — After further investigation and assistance from the Indiana State Police, the Tipton County Sheriff’s Office said they have now corrected their details surrounding a crash that killed a Kokomo business owner last week.
Local authorities state that the driver of a black Dodge Ram pickup truck that reportedly hit and injured a 10-year-old girl before fleeing the scene Tuesday morning has since been located and is cooperating with the investigation.
Officials say two Good Samaritans alerted authorities Tuesday evening after they noticed a vehicle had crashed into a retention pond on the county’s northwest side.
Police took a Kokomo man into custody Thursday night, two days after his wife's body was discovered inside a residence on the county's northwest side.
This Week's Circulars
- Wingstop opening Kokomo location
- Kokomo man gets 30 years in girlfriend's killing
- SOFTBALL: Howard County 2023 season preview
- Greentown-area residents file appeal over ENGIE solar farm approval
- Storm winds damage Haynes buildings, PAL field
- Stretch of Ind. 26 now closed until November
- Kokomo entrepreneur set to appear on Indy Now morning show
- Spencer Durham: Oh, the people you’ll meet
- Solar eclipse likely to be largest tourism event in Indiana history
- Lawyers for man accused of killing 2 Indiana teens want move