In 1981, Don Wilson established Wilson Advertising. In August 1989, he founded the Kokomo Perspective, a weekly newspaper focused solely on reporting Howard County events and their impact on local residents. In 2016, local attorney Brian Oaks purchased the paper. For the past 29 years, the Perspective has grown to become the most dominant media source in Howard County, according to market surveys.
The state's rental property eviction moratorium and the prohibition on disconnecting utility services, including internet access, are poised to expire Aug. 14.
Hundreds of years ago, oyster reefs helped protect New York City from hurricanes and storm surge. Now, as the city prepares for climate change, a project is underway to bring back the long-lost oysters.
Top consumer brands like Nestlé and Unilever are partnering on a new service called Loop that lets customers buy household items in innovative reusable containers and return them once they're finished. Here's how it works.
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- Future for We Care Park?
- 24 new cases of COVID-19, one new death over the weekend
- Vacant Marsh could be answer to north end’s food desert woes
- KPD recommends ‘Predators Exposed’ Facebook page be shut down
- Plans still underway to spin up former Kokomo Pottery
- Audit finds daughter of dead pensioner got more than $75,000 in improper payments
- Daily arrest log July 31 to Aug. 2
- WATCH NOW: Governor modifies schools' mandatory mask rule
- Juvenile charged as adult in shooting of 12-year-old
- Virtual options: Taylor puts focus on accountability
- Sweet Strawberry Festival fun in 2020
- Youth Sports Report: Greentown - Shamrock vs Coke (Taylor Southeast)
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- Youth Sports Report: Greentown - Hochstedler vs Erik's Chevrolet
- Howard County 4-H Fair livestock division champions announced
- Youth Sports Report: UCT - Finch Exterior Solutions vs Windmill Grill
- Youth Sports Report: UCT - Cossell's Landscaping vs Sunspot
- Taylor Southeast - Guarantee Vacuum vs Barlow's (Greentown)
- Youth Sports Report: Greentown - Bill's Lawn Service vs Ivy Rehab
Around the world about a third of all food spoils before it's eaten. Apeel Sciences has developed a plant-based spray that can dramatically increase the shelf life of fruit and vegetables.
Across the globe, about a billion people are facing water scarcity. Could cloud seeding help? Weather Modification International uses planes to target clouds and draw out more precipitation.
With its innovative energy kites, the company Makani hopes to bring sustainable energy to millions of people along coastlines where traditional wind turbines can't be built.
After a failed deployment in 2018, The Ocean Cleanup has now developed a massive floating system it says will be capable of cleaning up 90% of ocean plastic by the year 2040.
Today, in Part 7 of a 10-part series on 100 Years of Tucson Sports, decade by decade, we list the star-blessed out-of-towners, the coaches and athletes, who contributed to the at-times unforgettable series of athletic events played by Tucson teams from 1920-2020.
The Boise State football team’s season opener against Georgia Southern has been canceled and the Broncos won’t start a revised 10-game schedule until Sept. 25 at Marshall due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
All bets are off for the 2020 season, which remains uncertain, and both Indiana and Purdue are optimistic playing a Big Ten-only schedule.