Howard County now has topped 900 cases of COVID-19, as 33 new cases of the virus have been reported since Friday, according to the Indiana State Department of Health.
Ten more Howard County residents have tested positive for COVID-19, and 734 additional Hoosiers tested positive statewide, according to the Indiana State Department of Health today.
Local talent will shine this weekend as area musicians – both past and present – from Rhum Academy of Music will kick off the Kokomo Summer Concert Series with Rhumfest.
Since last Monday, 63 more Howard County residents tested positive for COVID-19, marking one of the biggest spikes in one week to date.
After an uptick in COVID-19 cases were recorded in yesterday’s data release, Howard County picked up three more new cases of the novel coronavirus in today’s update.
Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb announced today in a press conference that the state will remain in Stage 4.5 of the Back on Track Indiana program until the end of the month.
Students will be able to start the school year off with brand-new shoes, socks, and undergarments, thanks to the Kokomo Rescue Mission’s annual back-to-school giveaway.
Howard County logged a handful of new cases of COVID-19, while statewide the number of positive tests for the virus are trending upward.
Fern Tyner Nash’s family had been planning her 100th birthday celebration since early this year, and thanks to a new “Memory Making Station” at Bloom at Kokomo, it didn’t have to be canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
JC Barnett of JC Barnett School of Jump Shooting and Sieyumbe “Coach Law” Arrington of IronFist Boxing Club and Learning Center will be hosting a free athletic event at Highland Park to “bring together” the youth in Howard County amid current events.
Howard County is trending upward in positive cases of COVID-19, according to the Regenstrief Institute, an agency that tracks COVID-19 data in Indiana.
One more death from COVID-19 was reported in Howard County, bringing the total to 64 residents who have died from the virus since March 23.
Three new cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Howard County, according to the Howard County Health Department, bringing the total number of cases of 583.
Already a leader at Eastern High School, junior T.J. Weeks was selected to serve on the IHSAA Student Advisory Committee after being nominated by Athletic Director Erik Hisner.
The school year is just around the corner, and the Kokomo Rescue Mission wants every student to experience the joy of receiving a new pair of school shoes, new socks, and new undergarments to begin their year.
More than 20 Christian bands from around the country are set to descend upon eastern Howard County this weekend to perform as part of the annual Kingdom Come Festival.
Last November, Western Middle School runner A.C. Robertson recently had completed his cross country season, though he felt unusually tired. Shortly after, his mother noticed a lump in his neck that would change their lives forever.
The Howard County 4-H Fair is always one of the biggest fairs in the state, but this year it’s likely the very largest as other fairs throughout the state have canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the UCT league kicked off its season on June 15, there was just one problem for the team formerly known as Hot Box Pizza – the players had no uniforms.
The Kokomo-Howard County Public Library’s bookmobiles, Adventure and Discovery, are taking on a temporary new role: they’re delivering free food.
Some have questioned why COVID-19 doesn’t appear on publicly-disclosed death certificates, and it’s because the cause is being redacted as part of a long-standing practice relating to certain communicable diseases.
About three to four new cases of COVID-19 a day continue to be added to the number of Howard County residents testing positive for the virus.
Four more Howard County residents have tested positive for COVID-19, joining the 453 others who tested positive statewide, according to the Indiana State Department of Health.
The Howard County Sports Hall of Fame announced that it will postpone all activities until 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ivy Tech Community College has announced it is offering free classes and trainings for 10,000 participants. The College is elevating its commitment to Hoosiers impacted by COVID-19 experiencing unemployment, reduced hours, and/or furloughs across the state. Participants may take more than o…
As states around the country experience surges in cases of COVID-19 – and some counties within Indiana – Gov. Eric Holcomb today announced Stage 5, which Indiana was set to enter on Saturday, has been put on hold.
Three more Howard County residents have tested positive for COVID-19, and 371 people total tested positive statewide, according to the Indiana State Department of Health.
Governor Eric J. Holcomb signed Executive Order 20-33 to extend the prohibition on evictions, foreclosures, and the disconnection of utility services.
The Kokomo Park Band officials announced today that the July concerts at Highland Park, including the two concerts scheduled for the upcoming July 4 weekend, are canceled.
After the COVID-19 pandemic hit Indiana, Carver Community Center Executive Director Dantá Rogers reacted quickly to protect his staff and community members from the virus.
Three more Howard County residents have died of COVID-19, bringing the total number of deaths to 60, according to the Howard County Health Department.
After recovering from COVID-19, Kokomo engineer Gerard Kelley was thankful to have only suffered what he considered to be a mild case of the virus.
This week, the mayor will deliver the State of the City address, and it will be different than others in recent years for a myriad of reasons.
While many towns and cities canceled their annual fireworks shows, there still will be multiple opportunities for the community to enjoy public fireworks displays in Howard and the surrounding counties.
The closure of two Kokomo facilities operated by Community Howard Regional Health will leave a hole in the City of Firsts for some area families.
When John Ayres was drafted in 1965, he decided to go ahead and enlist in the U.S. Air Force – but he wasn’t expecting to get so much responsibility so quickly.
The Red Army hockey team has quite a history behind it, one that can be easily summed up: Before the fall of the Soviet Union, at the tail end of 1991, they were universally known as the best hockey team in the world. Not long after the new Russian state was established, they fell out of favor. Among the reasons were that the government stopped funding them, and some of the best players defected to the National Hockey League.
Sports agent Drew Rosenhaus says he think that President Trump is saying that there should be a college football season because if the season is canceled it won't reflect well on him.
American Postal Workers Union Local 89 President Nick Casselli says the USPS is not providing the same level of service since President Donald Trump's appointee Louis DeJoy took charge as postmaster general, raising concerns for mail-in voting during the upcoming 2020 presidential election.
Gambling in the Hoosier State is roaring back following an unprecedented three-month casino shutdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In his new book "The Madman Theory: Trump Takes on the World," CNN's Jim Sciutto looks at how President Trump's own advisers attempted to block or water down Trump's foreign policy decisions.
Just days after President Donald Trump signed executive actions aimed at helping millions of Americans facing financial difficulties, CNN's Jeremy Diamond reports the White House is shifting the responsibility of stimulus money on to states and blaming delays on Democrats.
One woman has died and several others were injured after a major gas explosion leveled homes in a residential area of Baltimore. CNN's Brooke Baldwin spoke to the President of Baltimore Firefighters Local 734 Rich Langford for an update.
Angelina Jolie is seeking the removal of the private judge in her and Brad Pitt's divorce case, as she claims he failed to disclose his business relationships with one of Brad's attorneys.