Indiana State Police (ISP) is investigating the death of a Marion man following a Grant County Sheriff’s Department (GCSD) officer-involved shooting Sunday.

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As Indiana officials continue to expand eligibility for COVID-19 vaccines, the local health department is working to meet the increased demand.

Friday marked the 50th anniversary of the 434th Air Refueling Wing being established at Grissom Air Reserve Base.

Miami County and northern Indiana will dodge much of the winter storm hitting other midwestern states, but the area could still see around an inch of snow over the weekend.

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Nearly everyone has a place in their heart they call home. While for many airmen that place too often remains a memory, the 434th Air Refueling Wing’s new vice commander made it a reality after being selected for the position.

The 434th Air Refueling Wing at Grissom Air Reserve Base was recognized for excellence and awarded the Meritorious Unit Award for the period of Oct. 1, 2017 to Sept. 30, 2019.

Efforts to vaccinate the county’s most elderly residents against COVID-19 got off to an early start this week.

Local officials say the state has tapped the brakes on plans to bring controversial changes to several intersections along Miami County’s stretch of the U.S. 31 corridor.

As I looked back at the last Manning Memo I wrote at the conclusion of the 2020 legislative session as the COVID-19 pandemic was just taking hold, I don’t think any of us could have imagined all that has transpired in the past nine months. This was quite the year, and we are all still dealin…

CONVERSE — There’s a lot more to winning basketball than just making shots, but the path to triumph becomes much simpler when the ball consistently goes through the net.

Chief Master Sgt. Nathan Parks, 434th Air Refueling Wing command chief.

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Some Miami County residents will soon be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and the county’s top health official is asking the public’s cooperation in making sure the process goes smoothly.

Grant County Prosecutor Rodney Faulk said the juvenile charged in the killing of Khloe Victoria Martin and the injury of Peyton Xzavier-Lee Mills following a Dec. 30 shooting will be tried as an adult.

The Indiana Democratic Party, following a day of violence at the U.S. Capitol, has called for the resignations of Indiana lawmakers who backed objections to Electoral College votes for President-elect Joe Biden.

Staff members at Dukes Memorial Hospital did not have to wait long this year to welcome the first baby born in the county.

Recently, 36 probationary troopers from the 80th Indiana State Police Recruit Academy graduated. One of those officers, Kegan Kern, was assigned to the Indiana State Police Peru Post and has started three months of field training with veteran officers.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Protesters supporting President Donald Trump violently clashed with law enforcement Wednesday, sending the U.S. Capitol into chaos, locking the building down and halting the vote to certify Joe Biden’s presidential victory.

Miami County has seen over 100 new cases of COVID-19 and six additional deaths since the start of 2021.

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After a downgrade that lasted only one week, Miami County ended the year ranked among those Indiana counties with the highest rate of spread of the novel coronavirus.

The Miami County United Way office has hit its year-end fundraising campaign goal for the first time in at least two years.

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