Kokomo is planting 400 trees by the end of this month in an effort to improve the appearance of the central Indiana city.
Indiana quarterback Nate Sudfeld will miss the rest of the season after separating his non-throwing shoulder in Saturday’s loss at Iowa.
After 1 a.m., a call came in about a fire at the Valero plant, just off of U.S. 231 near Linden.
Police in Indianapolis say an elderly man who went missing last week was found safe in South Bend.
The team is from Chance Rides, the company that designed the sky ride which is above the Simon Skjodt International Orangutan Center.
The parents of an Indianapolis man being held captive by ISIS have released additional portions of their son’s letter from captivity.
The suspects are described as two males wearing masks.
“The Impact of Cody Lehe” can be purchased at Barnes & Noble retailers and on Amazon.
Paula Kassig told “CBS This Morning” that the demands are beyond their power.
The forum’s focus will be Liberia, the center of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
A group seeking to draw attention to missing person cases, unidentified people and unsolved homicides will make a stop in Kokomo.
One person died Sunday night when their vehicle crashed in rural Grant County, Indiana State Police officials said.
Central Indiana might be hundreds of miles away, but one group is making sure local hospitals are prepared for the Ebola virus.
Each adopted pet cost $30 and was already spayed or neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped.