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BUNKER HILL – The Maconaquah School Corporation says it is changing its bus routes in response to ongoing construction on U.S. 31, which has been underway since early summer.

BUNKER HILL – The Maconaquah School Corporation says it is changing its bus routes in response to ongoing construction on U.S. 31, which has been underway since early summer.

As people around the world watched Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins launch themselves into history as the crew of Apollo 11 in July 1969, a piece of Kokomo went up with them. 

INDIANAPOLIS -- Nancy Pelosi, the first female speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, called for unity within the Democratic Party in Indianapolis following a tumultuous week.

A Logansport woman has been arrested for drunk driving during the crash that killed Howard County Sheriff Jerry Asher’s daughter, although an investigator says it was the deceased woman's car that crossed the center line.

Extreme temperatures are expected to grip several parts of the country in the next few days, bringing with it heat indices extending well into the triple digits for millions of Americans.

INDIANAPOLIS –Pete Buttigieg, South Bend Mayor and candidate for President of the Untied States, appealed to the attendees of the Young Democrats of America convention Thursday, calling this moment a “hinge point” in the country’s history.

City officials this week accepted property from the Kokomo School Corporation that will be incorporated into a major east side project involving baseball and softball diamonds and tens of millions in private development.

The Kokomo Police Department is currently investigating yet another shooting incident, marking the fourth shooting investigation within three days for the department. 

On the 275th birthday of Elbridge Gerry, nearly 75 people gathered in Arsenal Park in Indianapolis to denounce one of his lasting legacies, dividing up legislative districts for political gain, an action now known as gerrymandering.

PERU – A property development company is set to purchase a county-owned shell building and invest over $44 million in the facility to house a high-tech medical manufacturing company that officials say will employ around 40 people.

The Kokomo Police Department is investigating an armed robbery with shots fired that occurred around 10:30 p.m. Tuesday at a residence in the 300 block of North Berkley Road. 

It was organized chaos as staff and performers got ready for Tuesday night's circus; hair was being braided, lights were being adjusted, props were being raised. Amidst the scuffle were eight young men juggling. 

The Howard County Hall of Legends selection committee has picked its 10th class of legends, an eclectic group of high-achievers that range from a stunt pilot turned war hero to a trailblazing attorney and a Kokomo businessman who never forgot his native Haiti.

Officers with the Kokomo Police Department responded to two shootings in a span of just eight hours Monday night into Tuesday morning.

Separate Facebook posts shared by a couple of patrons about their experiences at Kokomo Beach sparked controversy this past weekend.

The father of a 15-year-old boy who died during a police pursuit last fall is suing the Kokomo Police Department, saying officers acted improperly and the department “engaged in a pattern of misinformation.”

A Kokomo man involved in an incident with Kokomo Police Department officers during a concert at the Haynes Apperson Festival at Foster Park on July 4 was holding a wooden cross prior to the confrontation, an object police claim could've been used as a weapon.

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