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Kokomo woman faces 10 felony drug charges
A Kokomo woman was arrested Friday on multiple drug charges after police say they located numerous drugs inside a trailer in the 2900 block of North Apperson Way belonging to the woman and her husband.Cayla WagnerCayla Wagner, 31, faces 10 felony charges, all related to drug possession and dealing.
Court: Search warrant for Kokomo man's home valid despite wrong address
Judge George Hopkins sits inside his office at the Howard County Courthouse on Nov. 14, 2017. Hopkins will be retire at the end of 2018. Kelly Lafferty Gerber | Kokomo TribuneKelly Lafferty GerberThe Indiana Court of Appeals has ruled a Howard County judge should not have thrown out evidence because
Police won't say if Fort Wayne's cold case suspect linked to Delphi killings
For 30 years, DNA evidence turned up no matches to a particular individual. Yet the DNA from the crime scene matched taunts left by the killer, who police now suspect is Miller, 59, of Grabill.
Summer Concert Series continues with HOGfest
Memories of big hair, spandex, leg warmers, and neon colors will flood Foster Park this weekend as the ‘80s band The Romantics take the stage to headline the annual HOGfest.The festival, which will benefit the Harley Owners Group, continues the city of Kokomo’s Summer Concert Series and falls on a b
100 Objects: 100. Kokomo Tribune
The City of Firsts’ oldest business, the Kokomo Tribune, traces its roots back to 1850, when John Bohan and Charles Ashley purchased a press and other equipment from the New London Pioneer and set up shop in a log cabin on the northeast corner of Main and Superior streets.
One year after alleged Delphi killer sketch released, here is what we know, and don't:
On July 17, 2017, the first eyewitness description of the alleged Delphi killer was sent out to the public. Indiana State Police said the alleged killer is 5'6 to 5'10, 180 to 220 pounds with "reddish-brown" hair.
IUK trips are transforming experiences
“You know you want to … ” read the subject line of an email from Karla Stouse, senior lecturer in the Department of English and Language Studies at Indiana University Kokomo.Since 2008, Karla has led numerous student trips to England as part of a semester-long course called the Innovation Symposium.
Arrest Log: July 16
Arrest logArrests made by Madison County law enforcement from Saturday and Sunday, based on Madison County Jail records. Charges are recommended by arresting officers, but are not final until the Madison County prosecutor reviews the case and files official charges.• Elwood police arrested Austin An
Kokomo Park Band to present 'Horns and Harmony' on Wednesday
On Wednesday, the Kokomo Park Band will present its “Horns and Harmony” concert in Highland Park.KPB’s Artistic Director Professor Jay Gephart, director of bands at Purdue University, will conduct the show, which begins at 8 p.m.The event is free and will feature the KPB Gazebo Band, the Kokomo Men
Police search for suspect after armed robbery at Village Pantry in Kokomo
Officers were called to the store, located at 2021 South Goyer Road, at 3:18 a.m. Thursday. The clerk told police the suspect entered the store armed with a large hunting-style knife. He demanded money from the register and from the clerk.
Two-year-old child dies after being found in home swimming pool
A two-year-old girl died Thursday after her grandmother found her in a pool not breathing Wednesday night.Indiana State Police Trooper Mario Cruz and an officer from the Department of Natural Resources were the first to respond to the 911 call from the grandmother at 8:05 p.m Wednesday. When they ar
Kokomo police seek suspects in armed robbery
KOKOMO, Ind. (WTHR) - Police are searching for two men in Kokomo in connection to an attempted armed robbery last month.A woman told police a man wearing a rubber skull-type mask approached her as she was returning home and demanded her wallet and money. Surveillance pictures from a nearby convenien
Noblesville Schools will use state's free metal detectors, but not on every student
Noblesville West Middle School student Ella Whistler, teacher Jason Seaman and others appear in the Fourth of July parade after the May school shooting.Jenna Watson, email@example.com
Auto-theft case involving Kokomo dealerships nets arrest of 16-year-old
An investigation by Kokomo Police Department detectives into a string of car thefts netted the arrest of one 16-year-old Thursday, nearly a week after suspects eluded capture following a gas pilferage at Meijer.Additional arrests are expected, say police, in a case that involved break-ins at two sou
Man armed with hunting-style knife robs Kokomo convenience store
KOKOMO, Ind. (WTHR) - Police are hoping you can help them find the person who robbed a gas station with a large hunting-style knife.Take a look at the surveillance pictures KPD shared with us of the suspect.They tell us the person robbed the Village Pantry on South Goyer Road around 3:00 Thursday mo
AndyMark, in midst of major expansion, opens at new location
AndyMark, a Kokomo-based global robotic parts supply company, has made major strides in its latest expansion, opening in a facility that doubles its former home in size and includes a full robotics competition arena.
Howard County plat book, offering aerial view maps, available for purchase
Who owns Howard County?Thousands of people have a piece of it, and they are listed in the new plat book from the Howard County Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD).The 2018 book is available to purchase for $20 at the SWCD office, 1103 S. Goyer Road, in Kokomo, according to a media release. For
Letter: Democrats aren’t being hypocritical
Are Democrats hypocritical on immigration? Recent charges suggest they are, but let’s look at what is going on.Both Presidents Clinton and Obama did work to protect our borders. However, to say their policies and practice was the same as President Trump’s is simply not true. According to John Kruzel
Three arrested on drug charges
Knowing Beard Street in Frankfort has been identified as an area of drug activity, while on patrol July 9, Frankfort Police Officer Christopher Salaba decided to run a license plate on a white GMC SUV turning left off Beard Street onto Washington Avenue.
Persons of interest wanted in attempted armed robbery in Kokomo
It was reported that a victim was approached by an unidentified black male, wearing black athletic type pants with a white stripe, white t-shirt, and a rubber skull-type mask. Police say the suspect demanded the victim’s wallet and money before fleeing northbound from the location.