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ISP: Man dies in Wabash County crash

WABASH COUNTY, Ind. (WFFT) -- One man is dead after a crash in Wabash County Thursday. Just before 6 p.m., deputies and LaFontaine Police responded to a crash on State Road 15 near County Road 950 South. Authorities pronounced 68-year-old Daniel Kellogg of Marion dead at the scene. Initial investigation...
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ISP: Holiday travel off to a deadly start

WABASH/TIPTON COUNTIES, Ind. (WANE) – Two separate vehicle crashes left two people dead Thursday as Hoosiers began travelling for the holiday weekend, according to Indiana State Police. A two-vehicle crash on State Road 15 in Wabash County left a 68-year-old Marion man dead, and another two-vehicle crash on State...
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Medical issue suspected in fatal Wabash County crash

WABASH COUNTY, Ind. (WOWO) – Indiana State Police say that a Marion man died Thursday afternoon as the result of a crash in Wabash County. Officers responded just before 6 p.m. to a two-vehicle crash on State Road 15, near Wabash County Road 950 South. The preliminary investigation shows that Daniel Kellogg, 68, from Marion, Indiana was driving a 2006 Chevrolet southbound when he rear-ended, multiple times, a 2004 Pontiac driven by a a 53-year-old Marion, Indiana woman.
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Police Notebook: 07-02-2022

Thursday, 8:32 p.m., residence in the 100 block of North Morgan Street. Report of men and women yelling. Officer responded. Whoever was yelling was gone. Friday, 12:24 a.m., 1400 block of West Wiley Avenue. Bluffton police officer pulled over a vehicle and arrested the driver, Juan Herrera, 55, Indianapolis, on charges of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, a Class C misdemeanor, and operating a vehicle while intoxicated endangering a person, a Class A misdemeanor. Bond set at $1,500. Herrera reportedly smelled of alcohol, appeared intoxicated, failed field sobriety tests and declined to take a portable Breathalyzer test.

Man dies in Tipton County crash

TIPTON COUNTY, Ind. — State police are investigating a fatal crash in Tipton County. Police said Friday 32-year-old Seth Young, of Kokomo, died in the crash that happened around 11 p.m. Thursday on State Road 28 and Harmony Street in Elwood. Police said Young was driving a 2010 Honda...

Man bowls three 300 games in a row, becomes part of history

NEW CASTLE, Ind. — On Monday, Bryan Deck became the 39th person in the history of the United States to bowl a 900-point game series. Deck bowled three 300 games, earning him 900 points in total and added him to the rather short list of people to accomplish this feat. Three strikes you’re out? More […]

Winchester man fatally injured in Ohio work-site accident

WINCHESTER, Ind. — A Winchester man's recent death at an Ohio work site is being investigated by federal authorities. Bradley Fritz, 37, died June 23, two days after being critically injured at an Ohio AES substation under construction near Tipp City in Miami County, Ohio, about 45 miles southeast of Winchester. Fritz, an employee of Cobalt...

July 4 celebrations include 5 more nights with fireworks

The familiar sounds of professional fireworks began Thursday night. The phoooomp of the launch and the boom after the explosion created dazzling light were heard around McBride Stadium as Scarrette Pyrotechnics lit up the westside sky. Fireworks will be part of community Fourth of July celebrations for five more nights, including four more Scarrette...

Northedge Steel buys former Yorktown steel building lot, will bring 40 jobs

A North Carolina steel company is planning to take over a Yorktown steel structure site built in 2020, but never used. And, it’s planning to hire 40 workers. Northedge Steel has purchased All-Steel Carports for $5.5 million. The company, headquartered in northern North Carolina, says it will manufacture and sell carports and steel buildings in Yorktown that will be destined for Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, and Kentucky.

Westfield’s own Cailyn Henderson takes top spot at state amateur golf tournament

Cailyn Henderson will soon begin her dream of making it onto the professional golf tour, but on Friday, she won the state’s biggest amateur tournament. The Westfield graduate triumphed at the Indiana Women’s Golf Association’s Women’s State Amateur Championship, which finished up Friday at Delaware Country Club in Muncie. Henderson won the three-day, 54-hole event by four strokes with a score of 217, totaling four over par for the tournament.

Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana taking over in Madison County

ANDERSON, Ind. — Starting July 1, Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana is getting bigger and Anderson Crime Stoppers will be no more. Law enforcement agencies across Madison County met Thursday to learn more about Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana and how it will help the departments solve crimes. ”Looking at the tips we get from […]

Anderson Speedway celebrates 75 years

ANDERSON, Ind. (WISH) — Barely an hour northeast of the Brickyard lies a track with some history of its own. Anderson Speedway sits well within Anderson’s city limits, on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard on the way into downtown. It opened in 1948 and has hosted the Little 500 the night before the Indianapolis 500 every year since 1950.