The Indiana State Department of Health today reported 970 new cases of COVID and 16 new deaths.
When COVID-19 hit last March, Stellantis quickly began working to alleviate some of the issues people were having in the communities in which its plants operated.
A Kokomo woman didn’t get to celebrate Thanksgiving, her 55th birthday, Christmas, or New Year’s — in fact, she doesn’t even remember them.
After being "orange" for months, Howard County returned to "yellow" on the Indiana State Department of Health's weekly COVID-19 metrics map.
There’s a lot of talking at the Kokomo Event and Conference Center, which is strange to hear since group gatherings have been prohibited for so long.
Last week, an average of 20 new cases of COVID were reported daily, down from an average of 34 daily cases the week before.
While 50 of Indiana's 92 counties now are "yellow" on the Indiana State Department of Health's COVID-19 metrics map, Howard County remains "orange."
A recent survey aimed at gauging minority populations’ opinions on the COVID-19 vaccine revealed about what was expected.
The Indiana State Department of Health today reported 10 new cases of COVID in Howard County, the fewest cases reported in a day since late October.
Over a half-million of our citizens have died. Millions more have suffered the ravages of a deadly virus, COVID-19. We don’t know the final death total of a virus that has caused so much trauma and destruction among Americans. Will we ever know? The pain and suffering of American families ar…
A local attorney has retracted his attempt to seek damages from Howard County after alleging that a public defender exposed him to COVID-19.
The Indiana State Department of Health added 1,507 historical COVID-19 deaths to its dashboard today that were identified through an audit of death records and test results.
The Indiana State Department of Health today reported 1,480 new cases of COVID -- the lowest number reported since Oct. 7 -- and 36 new deaths.
As Howard County shifted back to "orange" for its COVID-19 metric, City Hall, 100 S. Union Street, will re-open to public access on Monday, Feb. 1.
Fifty-eight more Howard County residents have tested positive for COVID-19, according to the Indiana State Department of Health, and no new deaths were reported.
The Indiana State Department of Health's statewide COVID metrics map that aims to track the spread of the virus shows more promise this week.
More than a month after entering “red” status, Howard County is returning to “orange” at noon today, effectively loosening some restrictions on county businesses and schools.
Howard County has a new, larger vaccination site starting today, Jan. 27, that will aid in vaccinating the community more efficiently as doses begin to increase.
While Indiana continues to roll out its COVID-19 vaccination plan and open up eligibility to new groups, some local educators are wondering why they haven’t been prioritized yet.
In late November, COVID-19 hospitalizations peaked at 3,460, but now those numbers are steadily declining.
According to the Regenstrief Institute, Howard County is one of only two Indiana counties with COVID-19 ICU admissions that are trending upward based on seven-day moving averages.
After moving to "red" for the first time last week, Howard County returned to "orange" on the Indiana State Department of Health's COVID-19 metrics map that's updated each Wednesday.
Two more Howard County residents have died from COVID-19, and 68 more have tested positive, according to the Indiana State Department of Health today.
The Howard County Health Department will be launching a mass vaccine clinic at the Kokomo Event & Conference Center, starting Jan. 27.
A Kokomo woman is continuing to recover after being hospitalized last March for more than five months with COVID-19, a battle that’s left her with no movement in one arm and relearning how to walk.
For the first time, Howard County entered "red" on the Indiana State Department of Health's COVID-19 metrics map, which aims to track community spread of the virus and institutes county-by-county restrictions based on color.
The Indiana State Department of Health today reported an additional three COVID deaths in Howard County, along with 42 new positive cases.
Two nurses became the first in Howard County to become fully vaccinated after receiving their second doses of the Pfizer vaccine last week.
Since last Monday, 647 more Howard County residents have tested positive for COVID-19 while eight more have died, bringing the totals to 7,520 cases and 131 deaths.
The Howard County Health Department is now scheduling appointments to administer COVID-19 vaccine to eligible recipients.
Indiana is pausing administration of the Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine at immunization sites across the state, in accordance with a directive from federal health agencies.
CNN's Sara Sidner was confronted by a demonstrator during her live coverage of protests in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, following the police shooting of Daunte Wright.
Egyptian authorities have seized the massive Ever Given cargo ship that blocked the Suez Canal for six days in March until a $900m compensation bill is paid, state-run Al Ahram news outlet said. The Japanese owning company, Shoei Kisen Kaisha, said that insurance companies and lawyers are cu…
Illinois will pause distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine developed by Johnson & Johnson on advice of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The price of lumber has risen drastically since the onset of the pandemic, increasing wait times for houses being built, and industry professionals said that the prices may not be dropping anytime soon.
CNN's Jim Sciutto speaks with Sen. Roger Wicker (R-MS) about the bipartisan negotiations involved with financing President Joe Biden's infrastructure plan.