Kokomo is getting new investment from Chrysler, but not as much as nearby Tipton. Is there competition there? We'll ask Mayor Goodnight on our next program.
Goodnight says former speaker John Gregg has a chance to win the governor's race, but will need some lucky breaks first.
How are the county's five school corporations competing for students -- and with whom?
Kokomo’s mayor says he’s seeing signs beyond the repayment of back property taxes that may indicate Chrysler’s new leadership may view Howard County favorably.
Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight tells WFIU News Director Stan Jastrzebski what he'll remember most about 2010.
Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight chats with WFIU News Director Stan Jastrzebski about the President's visit, Chrysler investment and the fruits of his trip to China.
Government consolidation and the Indiana Treasurer's continuing battle over the Chrysler bankruptcy are on the table for Mayor Goodnight.
Another month, another appearance by Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight on WFIU's "Ask the Mayor"!
Talks between Kokomo officials and Chrysler corporation appear stalled on the issue of the automaker's multi-million dollar property tax obligation to the city.
The City of Kokomo's budget could be crippled if it does not include almost $6 million in property tax revenue which would have been paid by Chrysler.