A Kokomo man died Saturday when a woman ran a stop sign at Park Road and Boulevard, police say. Matthew Foutch was 37 and leaves behind a wife and three children. Char’Dae Avery faces five felony charges, including Class B felony operating a vehicle while intoxicated after a blood test determined she was under the influence of marijuana, police said. Read the original story here and a follow up story here.
Also popular, one of the turbines in the Wildcat Wind Farm broke on Feb. 1 and it may be some time before it is fixed, officials said. A special crane is needed to take the turbine apart and determine the cause of the break. Read the story here.
A Pennsylvania woman told a CNHI newspaper she was a mass murderer at 19 and she had lost count of how many people she killed.
Here’s a video of a beam falling in Assembly Hall which caused the basketball game between Iowa and Indiana to be postponed.
Pedro Velazco says big rivalries make for better sports in this column.
Who knew McGruff (aka. actor John Morales) was so popular? His sentencing caught entertainment fans’ attention this week.
And Feb. 13 must have been a good day for letters. Gerald Shuck states why he’s running for Tipton County Board of Commissioners and Susan Louks says private medical information isn’t private enough.
5 Flavors: Guarnaschelli's 5 things you should try
Salt and acid. Americans want more of those flavors in their foods, and Alex Guarnaschelli is ready to deliver. When it comes to developing big, bold flavors, salty and acidic ingredients are among the most basic of building blocks. It's why salt and
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Review: Amazon Fire offers new ways to use phones
NEW YORK (AP) — What I find fascinating about Amazon's Fire phone isn't the gizmos such as the 3-D imagery or the camera scanner that helps you get more information about products. Rather, I like that Amazon is thinking a lot about how phones ought t
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High-tech goodies to pack on your trip
DENVER (AP) — Your swimsuit and your sunscreen are in the luggage, and your boarding passes are all printed out.But did you remember your gadgets and chargers? Did you download enough entertainment? Do you know where you’re going?In my travels, I’ve
July 23, 2014
10 Things: 10 ideas for eating all that zucchini
Zucchini bread is fine and all, but when you're staring down a mountain of summer abundance, how much of it can you really eat? Convinced we could find more — and more creative — ways to use up a bounty of zucchini, we decided to explore out-of-the-b
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N. Korean farmers under intense pressure to feed hungry nation
Rim Ok Hua looks out over her patch of farm just across the Tumen River from China, where rows of lush, green young potato plants stretch into the distance. As North Korean farmers go, Rim is exceptionally lucky. The Changpyong Cooperative Farm where
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Amish Cook continues summer recipe series
Amish Cook continues its summer recipe series. It will be back in its regular format next week. A reader in Mt. Sterling, Ohio asked about tomato fritters: MENNONITE TOMATO FRITTERS 1 cup all-purpose flour 1 tsp. sugar 1/4 tsp. dried basil OR 2 tbsp.
July 21, 2014
Half a Century and Happy: The Schaafs
It was normal for the students at Jackson Township School in the 1940s to marry their classmates. They all grew up together, and with class sizes that rarely exceeded twenty, they paired off pretty easily since they typically dated among themselves a
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The Hamptons have nots
SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. (AP) — This is a town where people are so rich that a $2 million home can be a handyman's special. A town where the thrift shop is stocked with donations of designer dresses and handbags. But Southampton, with its privet hedges, pri
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Right at Home: cooking up a color-happy kitchen
Kitchens in traditional and vintage homes often are dressed in conservative garb: neutral hues, stainless steel, white-on-white or beige-on-beige.Historically, however, kitchens were actually pretty peppy, according to Deborah Baldwin, editor of This
July 17, 2014
Traveling with teens
NEW YORK (AP) — Family travel falls into three distinct phases. First, there's the exhausting period of travel with crying babies who need diapers, bottles, strollers, car seats and naps. Then come the golden years, when kids can handle long rides an
The good news is that after decades of furious growth, obesity rates finally seem to be leveling off in the U.S.. The bad news is that America's youth still appear to be dangerously unaware of the problem.
Carroll Ray 'C.R.' Bill Taylor
Carroll Ray “C.R.” Bill Taylor, 82, Kokomo, passed away early Monday morning, July 21, 2014, at Community North Hospital in Indianapolis. He was born Aug. 23, 1931, in Heber Springs, Arkansas, to William Andrew and Polly Ann (Adkins) Taylor. He marri