It was the signature moment of Matthew Stafford’s rookie season in 2009.
Christian Robison's interest in the military, flag code and all things patriotic was inspired by his friendship with 97-year-old World War II Marine Corp. veteran Carl Scott of Elwood.
It was still dark when a caravan of cars rolled out of Miami State Recreation Area headed toward a bald eagle roost on the Mississinewa River downstream from the dam that impounds Mississinewa Lake.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many disruptions for public education in Indiana, and while that may seem like a good reason to forego the ILEARN test, Republican leaders believe that's a major reason why testing should take place. But along with that, they say they support legislation to hold schools harmless from consequences for poor results.
The Indiana Court of Appeals has denied Dr. Jonathon Cavins’ appeal and upheld his convictions and 23-year sentence for five counts of child molesting, seduction and sexual misconduct with a minor.
A state audit has revealed a number of “noncompliance” issues involving millions of tax dollars in 2019. Follow up by an independent contractor found the money was in the millions because the issues had been going on since mid-2017.
NEW ALBANY — An expansive shoreline plan, highlighting future initiatives that will complement projects already completed, was presented to the New Albany City Council on Thursday.
As the U.S. moves toward more widespread distribution of a vaccine for COVID-19, the idea of mandating it is gaining traction in some quarters. Local business owners, however, are expressing reservations and taking a wait-and-see approach when it comes to considering such measures for their employees.
The day President Biden was inaugurated, a record 4,131 Americans died of COVID-19. That was 4,130 more than Jan. 20, 2020, the day of the first U.S. death.
With forwards Race Thompson and Trayce Jackson-Davis in foul trouble throughout the game, Indiana was in search for a spark off the bench Thursday night at No. 4 Iowa.
New details regarding Terre Haute’s ongoing police station project, including what government entity will own the building, were revealed Wednesday at the Terre Haute Redevelopment Commission monthly meeting.
This Week's Circulars
- Local FCA plants now owned by Stellantis following merger
- Healthy Kokomo closing downtown
- Windfall pushes back on county takeover of Ind. 213
- Howard County readies vaccination ramp up
- KPD lieutenant takes 2nd in Tactical Games qualifier
- FOOTBALL: Betzner excited to lead Carroll
- 12 Guard members removed from Biden inauguration
- Kokomo native's middle-grade novel tackles fatphobia
- County moves COVID clinic to Event Center
- Billboard mystery: Signs touting Kokomo's '61 championship puzzle drivers