A Maple Crest Middle School paraprofessional has been arrested on a warrant for two Level 1 felony counts of child molestation after police say he performed sexual acts on a student inside one of the building’s classrooms.

TIPTON – The Tipton branch of the Bureau of Motor Vehicles has temporarily moved into the Tipton County Public Library during a roofing project at its office at 854 E. Jefferson St.

Powerful storms swept through the Howard County area early Thursday morning, leaving behind several downed trees and power lines.

RUSSIAVILLE – The Indiana Department of Transportation is holding a public hearing to discuss a major road project on Ind. 26 just west of Russiaville that would alter 15 miles of highway.

A Howard County judge ruled against the city of Kokomo this week in its appeal of a jury verdict that left the city on the hook for more than $300,000 in a controversial eminent domain case.

BUNKER HILL – The Grissom Air Museum is in the middle of raising money to build a new exhibit space to house a rare B-58 Hustler bomber plane that will mark the largest expansion at the facility since it opened nearly 40 years ago.

Education leaders say they're disappointed that proposals to make mental health services eligible for school safety funding fell short in the 2019 General Assembly.

The Indiana Chamber of Commerce is cautioning that the recent tariff hikes on Chinese goods could lead to devastating effects for the Hoosier businesses.

Peru’s Shoppers Value Foods went out of business months ago, but on Thursdays, its old parking lot is busy. Customers line up at a small white truck primarily for one thing: tenderloins.

Tiffany Creason was one of the first children to race in Redeemer Lutheran School’s Mini 500 30 years ago. Her mother was one of the first organizers of the event and now, 30 years later, Creason is the director.

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A government watchdog group is challenging the constitutionality of an Indiana law that allows election officials to throw out voters’ absentee ballots if they think the signature on the envelope doesn’t match other signatures on file.

Farmers are concerned this week over looming threats to Howard County’s agriculture industry, ranging from a wet start to the season and a trade war with China that has amplified in recent days and intensified worries about certain crops’ economic viability.

Hoosier farmers facing declining profits and the financial uncertainties of the United States' ongoing trade war with China won a chance to cash in on a new crop this month.

A driver got more than she bargained for when she woke up another driver at a red light early Saturday morning.

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