AT&T Expands Network To Albany

AT&T has expanded its 4G LTE network in Delaware County to Albany, bringing more customers its latest generation of wireless network technology. AT&T launched 4G LTE in Muncie in April 2012, and the expanded coverage is part of its ongoing rollout across the market.

Anderson Man Arrested For Stabbing, Denies Charges

An Anderson man faces serious charges after being arrested in a stabbing incident. Steve F. Lloyd told police he had spent the night at Gary Smith’s house on the 2400 block of Forkner Street, and while there, tried to break up an altercation between Smith and his girlfriend. Lloyd denies stabbing the victim, who is […]

Volunteers Needed For Little Red Door in Anderson

Volunteers are being sought for a Little Red Door satellite office in Anderson. The agency provides free resources for people diagnosed with cancer who don’t have adequate insurance. The Madison County office is set to open on September 3 in the Erskine Medical Office Building. Those interested in volunteering can attend a meeting at the […]

Kokomo Development Project Hits A Snag

Work has been stopped on a downtown Kokomo development project over questions about a lack of planning. Construction crews halted work on the Firestone Building for developer Kipcor. The Indiana Division of Fire and Building Safety says they did not force crews to stop work, but Kipcor did fail to submit a construction design release.

Woman Takes Plea Agreement in 100 Million Dollar Fraud Case

An accused woman in a 100 million dollar fraud scheme involving a Middletown company has reached a plea agreement. Evelyn Katrina Pattison, of New Jersey, was one of six people and three companies accused in September of selling fraudulent biofuels. E-Biofuels in Middletown is one of those companies. Pattison has since gone into hiding fearing […]

New Castle Man Is Sentenced to 17 Years

A 20-year-old New Castle man was sentenced to 17 years in prison yesterday. Caleb P. Cooper was arrested in 2013 after he pulled a 6-year-old girl from a New Castle playground into his nearby apartment and sexually assaulted her. The judge accepted a plea agreement calling for dismissal of a criminal confinement charge that prevented […]

Indiana Hog Farmers Are Taking Steps To Control Virus

Indiana hog farmers are taking precautions against another round of a virus that wiped out five percent of the nation’s pigs last winter. Sarah Ford with the Indiana Pork producers says more farmers have been inoculating their herds against the porcine epidemic diarrhea virus. She also says the National Pork Board is investing millions in […]