Delphi police say man took two young girls to the woods after meeting on social media
It’s almost a little too familiar for Delphi, Indiana – a man meeting two young girls in the woods after meeting online. It was sometime over the weekend when Delphi Police got a call about a man taking two young girls into the woods behind the cabin at Riley Park. Police arrived to find the man and the girls, already 100 yards deep into the woods, smoking weed.
Richard Allen attorneys attempting to get murder charges dropped
DELPHI, Ind. (WLFI) — Prosecutors are pushing back on efforts to get murder charges against Delphi homicide suspect Richard Allen dropped. Allen's defense attorneys filed a motion to drop the charges this month, after learning that police interviews had been lost or destroyed. Prosecutors responded, saying the interviews were...
100+ still without power after thousands of outages in WLFI viewing area
RUSSIAVILLE, Ind. (WLFI) — More than 100 people in Tippecanoe, Clinton and Howard counties remain without power as of 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, after heavy storms and strong winds swept through the area earlier in the morning. Around 2,000 people in Mulberry, Russiaville and other rural towns were without power...
Delphi Police Department Encourages Parents To Check Children’s Phones After Incident
The Delphi Police Department released a statement encouraging community members to maintain tabs on their children’s phones, including conversations with strangers, after an incident involving a 24-year-old male from outside of the Delphi area. The department encouraged parents to “check your kid’s phone and be actively involved in what...
Frankfort Board of Works Hires New Building Inspector to Fill Vacancy
The Board of Works officially hired Ryan Haynes as its new Building Inspector on Monday night. “I’m excited to have Ryan as our senior building inspector,” said Frankfort Mayor Judy Sheets. “We’ve gone through the hiring process, interviewing different individuals and I feel like we have picked a really good person for that (position). He has a good background, a lot of knowledge in building inspection and he’s an architect.”
Savor the Flavor of Kokomo: A Guide to its Top 5 Pubs
In this article, we explore five exceptional pubs located in Kokomo. Have you had the chance to visit any of these establishments? We'd love to hear about your experiences, so please feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section below.
Embark on a Tavern Tour: The Top 7 Pubs in Logansport
This article presents a tour of 7 unique pubs in Logansport. Have you had the chance to visit any of them? We'd love to hear your experiences! Please feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section below.
Indiana man gets 195-year sentence for 2021 killing of a woman, her young daughter and fiancé
PERU, Ind. — A northern Indiana man convicted in the fatal 2021 shootings of a woman, her young daughter and her fiancé has been sentenced to 195 years in prison. A Miami County judge sentenced Mitchell Page, 27, of Brookston, last week to the maximum 65 years for each of three murder counts he was convicted of, with those sentences to be served consecutively.
Savoring Monticello: A Guide to the 3 Unmissable Pizzas
Welcome to this article where we explore three incredible pizza places in Monticello. Have you had the pleasure of tasting their offerings yet? If yes, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Kokomo PD: 1 injured after north Kokomo shooting
KOKOMO, Ind. — Officials with the Kokomo Police Department were dispatched to a home in north Kokomo on Saturday evening on reports of a shooting. According to a news release from the department, officers responded to the 1400 block of North Lafountain Street on reports of shots fired at around 10:11 p.m. on Saturday. When […]
Wabash and Erie Canal Park offering historic trades classes
DELPHI, Ind. (WLFI) — The Wabash and Erie Canal Park is inviting the public to get hands on with learning the historic trades this spring. From April through early June, the organization will offer sessions for a variety of specialty skills of the 1800s. Some of the crafts include carpentry, textiles, wool felting, basket making and building your own tools.
Lafayette woman dead after crash
The Cass County Sheriff's Office says 62-year-od Cynthia Everly, of Lafayette, failed to yield at the intersection of State Road 29 and State Road 25 and was hit by a pickup truck.
WILO Radio Will Broadcast Sectional Contest Between Carroll and Delphi
WILO Radio’s live play-by-play coverage of the boys’ basketball season continues Tuesday as Carroll takes on Delphi in the second game of the night at Lafayette Central Catholic Sectional. Coverage begins at 7:15 p.m. on WILO Radio, 1570 AM, 96.9 FM and 102.7 FM, with the tip-off slated...
Logansport HS Speech Team places 2nd at 2024 Sectional Tournament
Last Updated on February 27, 2024 by Logansport High School Speech Team. The Logansport High School Speech Team placed 2nd at the ISSDA Sectional Saturday, February 24, held at McCutcheon HS. Five LHS competitors qualified for State in both of their competitive events and 10 qualified in one event. The...
Feedback wanted on long-term Battle Ground plan
The Area Plan Commission staff are hosting an open house to share the updated Battle Ground Area Land Use Plan to the public.
Clinton County Sheriff’s Office Concludes Three-Year Search For A Man Charged With ‘Escape From Work Release’
The Clinton County Sheriff’s Office released a statement that a man with an active search warrant for knowingly or intentionally violating a home detention order was captured after three years in another state. The Sheriff’s Office released a statement that Ron Stevens, 36 at the time of the warrant...
Harrison, West Lafayette and Delphi students lead J&C Athletes of the Week nominees
LAFAYETTE — Gymnasts, swimmers and basketball players graced the beam, pool and hardwood to make up this edition of the J&C Athletes of the Week. Here are the four athletes, two male and two female, that graced their audiences with their performances between Feb. 19 to Feb. 25. ...
Galveston man sentenced to 20 years for dealing controlled substance
Last Updated on February 25, 2024 by Cass County Prosecutor's Office. Cass County Prosecutor Noah Schafer announces the sentencing of Anthony Wayne Trusty II, age 43, of Galveston, Indiana, to 20 years in the Department of Corrections for Level 2 Dealing in a Controlled Substance, of which 8 years will be suspended to probation. The sentence was handed down by the Honorable Judge Stephen Kitts in Cass Circuit Court following a sentencing hearing on February 22.