KOKOMO, Ind. — Transfer students now have a clear pathway to an Indiana University degree, thanks to a new agreement with Ivy Tech Community College.Effective June 1, Ivy Tech associate-level graduates from across Indiana are guaranteed admission, based on select provisions, into certain pro…
With Indiana entering stage four of a plan to reopen the state on June 14, waterparks will be given the green light to open, and Kokomo Beach will be doing just that.
The Kokomo-Howard County Public Library has some exciting news: Effective immediately, overdue fines will not accrue on books classified as juvenile, junior high, or young adult – no matter what the age of the person checking out the materials.
INDIANAPOLIS — In the hours after the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission suspended Attorney General Curtis Hill for groping four women at a legislative party, there was speculation as to how Gov. Eric Holcomb would respond.
When the COVID-19 restrictions closed schools and salons, some students at Summit Salon were just a hair short of graduating the cosmetology school.
Life has changed a lot since the pandemic started for 67-year-old Anthony Willis, but last week he took what he considered to his first step toward normalcy – and maybe even a first date.
This is a commentary I should have written long ago. Several years ago, my wife, Connie, and I attended an estate sale for one of the principles of We Care. The estate sale was essentially like any other with one exception.
Although siblings Jake Cooper and McKenzie Cooper both missed out on having a regular college signing at Eastern High School due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the two didn’t let that stop them from having a signing at their own home.
A new docuseries will spotlight toy store owners around the world as they deal with the effects of coronavirus and work to adjust, evolve, and stay afloat – and Kokomo Toys & Collectibles will be one of the stores featured.
Cases of COVID-19 now are being reported at multiple area nursing homes, potentially endangering one of the most at-risk populations during the pandemic, and an outbreak of 50 cases has occurred at one local nursing home.
The Indiana State Department of Health reported today 297 cases of COVID-19 in Howard County, along with one additional death. Now, 12 residents have died from the virus.
Purdue Extension announced May 15 that county 4-H fairs can occur after the Purdue University restrictions on face-to-face events end June 30.
The Indiana State Department of Health reported another COVID-19 death in Howard County, marking the second death this week, for a total of 11 local deaths resulting from the virus.
Local small businesses and nonprofits can now utilize the state's new online marketplace to request personal protective equipment.
The Indiana State Department of Health today reported one more COVID-19 death in Howard County, bringing the total to 10 residents who have died from the virus.
In the third year of offering activities aimed at expanding knowledge in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, FCA and Ivy Tech Community College are planning STEM summer camps for area students in a new format for 2020.
Although Purdue University is unable to hold its traditional spring commencement, the university will be hosting a Commencement On-Demand event.
The Northwoods League continues to closely monitor the developments related to COVID-19 and the different ways in which each sub-region in the Northwoods League is responding.
Large-scale COVID-19 testing for Hoosiers began last week in Indiana with 20 sites opening around the state, and this week, 30 more sites will open, including one in Howard County.
The Kokomo Senior Citizens Center, with the help of the city bus system, has been delivering Area 5 meals to seniors during the COVID-19 shutdown.
Community Howard Regional Health’s Behavioral Health Services announced it has established a free, non-crisis support and resource phone line, Community CARE Line, to help meet a variety of needs for individuals and families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The start of 2020 included a spate of homicides in Kokomo, logging nearly as many such deaths in the first quarter as normally can be expected in an entire year.
Ivy Tech Community College Kokomo Service Area – which includes campuses and instructional sites in Kokomo, Logansport, and Peru – will celebrate the graduating class of 2020 with a “virtual commencement” set to premiere on YouTube at 3 p.m. June 19.
Without access to the YMCA facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic, instructor Rachel Anthony started a private group on Facebook to live-stream her classes for any members or non-members who request to join.
It appears the city still is identifying recipients of its COVID-19 forgivable loan program, and as that process has played out, some unexpected developments have occurred.
Although Western sophomore Pete Bradshaw was unable to compete in a 5k held annually in Indianapolis, that didn’t stop him from completing his own race earlier this month.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Kokomo Rescue Mission’s three shelters already were normally full. Once social distancing guidelines went into play, things got tougher for those helping provide shelter for the area’s homeless population.
The Indiana State Department of Health reported today four more cases of COVID-19 in Howard County, bringing the total to 260.
Amid social distancing and virtual services, the congregation at Second Missionary Baptist Church found a way to show their pastor appreciation.
As Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) prepares to resume its North American manufacturing operations, the company has developed and is implementing a program of enhanced safety measures to protect employees, their families, and the surrounding communities from the spread and transmission of COV…
Cases of COVID-19 continue to be reported in Howard County, with 14 more cases being reported since yesterday, bringing the total to 256.
The Indiana State Department of Health today reported eight additional cases of COVID-19 in Howard County, bringing the total to 242.
The Indiana State Department of Health today reported nine more cases of COVID-19 in Howard County, bringing the total to 234.
Taylor Swift has praised Cara Delevingne as a "deeply loyal" friend, as she also described the model and actress as "eccentric, hilarious, and loving".
Will playing in an indoor environment that's believed to be more conducive to virus spread mean no fans or limited fans? If allowed, will fans have to wear masks? Be discouraged from yelling? And how many games will there be, anyway?
Deputy athletic director Chris McIntosh acknowledged, though, that there have been internal discussions about how to handle limitations that could be brought about by COVID-19.
EVANSVILLE, Ind., June 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Escalade Sports announced today that it will be donating 1,000 N95 masks to the city of Evansville to help support the local community during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees is facing backlash after saying he will "never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag of the United States of America or our country" during an interview with Yahoo Finance.
You won't find crowds, concerts or conventions in Las Vegas this summer and gambling will be very different. Regardless, the city is still aiming to be a great escape.