INDIANAPOLIS — Twenty-four more people have died in Indiana from coronavirus-related illnesses, boosting the state's virus death toll past 100 while its confirmed cases topped 3,400, state health officials said Friday.
In a television address today, Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb and Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Jennifer McCormick announced that all K-12 schools in Indiana will provide instruction via remote learning for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year.
A local insurance agent accused of selling unregistered mortgage securities to local senior citizens is calling the recently filed lawsuit against her “untrue.”
Property tax bills for 2019 to pay in 2020 will be sent out in the mail starting next week, and property owners across Howard County will most likely see an increase in what they paid compared to last year.
INDIANAPOLIS — Thirteen more people have died in Indiana from coronavirus-related illnesses, raising the state's virus death toll to 78 while its confirmed cases surged past 3,000, state health officials said Thursday.
Howard County has confirmed its second death due to COVID-19 and county cases of the disease have climbed to 29, county and local health officials announced Thursday.
INDIANAPOLIS — Initial unemployment insurance claims surged to 120,331 in Indiana last week and more than one in 20 Hoosier workers have now lost their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic, the state reported.
BUNKER HILL – Grissom Air Reserve Base officials say airmen continue to deploy on missions around the world during the COVID-19 pandemic, but the military installation is taking steps on the ground to increase safety for workers.
From dancing in the streets at Waterford Place to welcome spring, to serving meals room-to-room in fancy footwear, calling it “Meals in Heels,” at Primrose Retirement Community, staff and residents are finding ways to keep things entertaining.
INDIANAPOLIS — Sixteen more people have died in Indiana from coronavirus-related illnesses, raising the state's virus death toll to 65 as its confirmed cases surged by more than 400, state health officials said Wednesday.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana's health commissioner urged Hoosiers on Tuesday to continue to adhere to the state's stay-at-home order, warning that while Indiana's coronavirus cases had surged past 2,000 and its deaths climbed to 49 the state remained far from reaching its peak in cases.
BUNKER HILL – Two weeks ago, inmates at Miami Correctional Facility working for Indiana Correctional Industry were making what they always make – blue prisoner jumpsuits, t-shirts and boxers.
PERU – Alternating lane restrictions are scheduled for U.S. 31 in Miami County, with restrictions expected to start at the beginning of April, weather permitting.
Police are asking the public for help in identifying what they believe is a vehicle of interest in relation to a homicide in the 700 block of South Courtland Avenue earlier this year.
Indiana might be in the preliminary stages of a coronavirus surge already, but Gov. Eric Holcomb warned Tuesday about the dangers of de-escalating public health measures too quickly.
With their daily lives drastically altered, teachers and students alike have been doing their best to adapt to new education methods during the COVID-19 pandemic.
INDIANAPOLIS — With 35 Hoosier deaths and over 1,500 cases in the state, state officials still warn of a looming surge and plan to expand the capacity of state hospitals for critical care.
The U.S. Senate drafted and passed the country’s largest stimulus bill last week to fend off the looming economic recession as millions of Americans lose their jobs or shutter their businesses because of the coronavirus, also known as the COVID-19 virus.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — As more Hoosiers work from home during the current COVID-19 public health issue, the face of child care is changing for some.
LAFAYETTE, Ind. — A motorist who was killed in a fiery highway collision with a truck hauling a load of grain will have to be identified through a DNA test, an Indiana coroner said.
Three senior citizen residents of Howard County and four from Clinton County who are suing Gangwer Insurance and its Russiaville branch, alleging it should not have sold them securities linked to a national $1.3 billion Ponzi scheme.
The Daviess County Amish community is facing the same conundrums that all of us are. In this time of closings and social distancing in the face of the coronavirus how do they operate, how do they live, how do they worship?
DELPHI, Ind. — A national television program that examines true-crime cases is putting its spotlight on the unsolved 2017 killings of two teenage girls who were slain after they went hiking on a northern Indiana recreational trail.
As the demand for personal protective equipment such as gowns and masks increases, manufacturers have struggled to keep up and state governments have turned to private citizens to fill the gap.
Donning yellow gowns, plastic gloves, face masks and goggles that look like they came from a high school chemistry lab, Kokomo Fire Department officials worked an active medical call on the city’s north side last Thursday.
A Kokomo woman was arrested Saturday on a preliminary charge of murder, a Level 1 felony, after police were called to a residence in the 400 block of East 400 South due to an unresponsive child.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana could be a month away from the peak of illnesses from the coronavirus outbreak, the state’s top health official said Friday as seven more virus-related deaths were reported to bring the state’s death toll to 24.
General Motors announced Friday it is bringing an estimated 1,000 workers back to its Kokomo plant to begin making ventilators, and could start shipping them out as soon as next month.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana's coronavirus cases surged by more than 300 to nearly 1,000 statewide Friday, as seven more deaths were reported, bringing the state's death toll to 24 amid the pandemic, state health officials said.
Major retail and grocery stores around the city, along with some local businesses, are implementing new measures and ramping up efforts to keep customers and employees apart to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Indiana hasn’t yet taken any action to protect existing prescriptions for two drugs rumored to be possible treatments for COVID-19, even as neighboring states report doctors self-prescribing to hoard the medication for themselves.
The economic fallout of COVID-19 will test the strength of Indiana’s economy and stretch the pockets of Hoosiers, many of whom have experienced layoffs or lost business income during the stay-at-home order.
INDIANAPOLIS – An estimated 140 million households across the U.S. have been sent an invitation in the mail to record household numbers, but now citizens will also be able to respond online on by phone since the spread of COVID-19.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana election officials have started contemplating whether voters might need to cast all ballots by mail for the state’s primary election because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Kokomo-Howard County Public Library’s (KHCPL) vendor, HOOPLA, knows that with the temporary closure of libraries across the country due to COVID-19, access to digital content has taken on an even greater importance. Because of this, HOOPLA has created a special Bonus Borrows collection. Now,…
This Week's Circulars
- Howard County bars sales of nonessential items at essential businesses
- Police: Kokomo woman confessed to drowning grandson
- UPDATE: GM recalls 1,000 workers to build ventilators at Kokomo plant
- GM hiring local workers to build ventilators in Kokomo
- Howard Co reports 2nd COVID death, extends travel advisory
- Area residents sue insurance agent
- Kokomo woman arrested in child's death
- Schools to be closed for remainder of school year
- Gov vetoes landlord-tenant bill
- Amish muster communities against COVID-19