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Below are the arrests for Jan. 21. All listed are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

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KOKOMO, Ind. – Their 32 and a half years of marriage have been full of challenges and blessings – and much joking and laughter – just like their emphasis on the “half year.” And Ross and Barbara Bretz are ready to share all their experiences and their good fortune with generous gifts to supp…

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Below are the arrests for Jan. 20. All listed are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

In an interview with CBS, Dr. Deborah Birx said she saw President Donald Trump presenting graphs about the coronavirus pandemic that she never made and claimed that someone either outside or inside the administration was creating a parallel set of data to show to Trump.

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Two more local deaths from COVID-19 were reported in Northwest Indiana, according to updated statistics provided Sunday by the Indiana State Department of Health and the Porter County Health Department.

Now that the Biden White House has restored weekday press briefings, what about access to the president? Zeke Miller, president of the White House Correspondents' Association, says press conferences will be a crucial way to "hear directly from the president and challenge the president on his…

Brian Stelter says the world sounds a little quieter now that Donald Trump has been banned from Twitter. But Jim Acosta predicts that Trump will find new ways to be heard and says the "disinformation industrial complex" is still very loud on social media. He likens pro-Trump media's lies to …

For all of the right-wing media's talk about the dangers posed by immigrants, "I think Rupert Murdoch is the most dangerous immigrant in America," longtime Republican strategist Stuart Stevens says. "He's a classic example of somebody who never assimilated American values. If he understands …

In a new interview with CBS, Dr. Deborah Birx says she saw Trump "presenting graphs that I never made" and laments "parallel data streams." Dr. Seema Yasmin reacts to Birx's "apology tour" by saying it's "frustrating" and "painful" to hear former officials only speaking out after the end of …

Zeke Miller, the president of the White House Correspondents' Association, says "things are different" at the White House now that Biden has taken charge. Masks have been mandated, Covid-19 testing has been expanded, and room capacity measures have been put in place. "All of those things mak…

CNN's Brian Stelter looks at how the news has transitioned to covering the Biden White House during President Joe Biden's first week in office - including hearing from members of former President Donald Trump's coronavirus task force.

Mary Kay Adler Cardwell, 80, Kokomo, passed peacefully into the arms of Jesus at 4:08 pm Thursday, January 21, 2021 at Primrose Retirement Community of Kokomo. She was born July 22, 1940 to Arthur and Edith (Pumphrey) Adler in Tipton. On August 22, 1964, she married Danny Cardwell at Liberty…

Jacob "Jake" Andrew Branch, 45 of Kokomo, went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, January 20, 2021 at St Vincent Kokomo. He was born to the late Joseph Branch and Patty (Bitner) Branch on September 13, 1975 in Kokomo. He married Sara (Degler) Branch on January 24, 1998 in Bunker Hill. They ha…

Ralph Fiennes was “in tears” when he read ‘The Dig’ script for the first time, in which he plays archaeologist Basil Brown, who develops a unique platonic relationship with Edith Pretty, the terminally ill owner of the excavation site.