Katie Cox, WCPO

Katie Cox


Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Past articles by Katie:

Special judge to review Delphi case, makes no decision on whether to unseal docs

Will the documents in the Delphi murder investigation remain sealed? It's still unclear after Tuesday's hearing what the special judge will decide to do. → Read More

Indiana abortion doctor sues AG Todd Rokita to keep him from accessing her medical records

Lawyers for an Indiana abortion doctor have filed a lawsuit against Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita to keep him from accessing her private patient medical records. → Read More

Richmond officer Seara Burton dies 5 weeks after being shot in the line of duty

The Richmond Police Department announced late Sunday night that Officer Seara Burton had passed away. → Read More

Searchable Database: Tracking COVID-19 at central Indiana Schools

The database will be used to track confirmed COVID-19 cases reported by school districts in central Indiana. → Read More

Deadly crash closes all lanes of SB I-65 on Indy's south side

Indiana State Police say one person is dead in the crash just before the Southport Road exit. → Read More

Indy Zoo cancels 2020 Zoobilation because of COVID-19

The Indianapolis Zoo has canceled its signature event, Zoobilation 2020, because of COVID-19. → Read More

Woman, child die after being pulled from second story of burning Indy apartment building

A woman and child have died after they were pulled from the second story of an apartment fire on Indianapolis' west side. → Read More

Face Masks Required: What you need to know about Marion County's mandate

Starting July 9, face masks will be required in public in Marion County for anyone who is in a public setting. → Read More

13 new COVID-19 deaths, 453 cases reported by ISDH

Another 13 Hoosiers deaths from COVID-19 and 453 confirmed cases were reported on Thursday by the Indiana State Health Department. → Read More

Face masks to be required in Marion Co. starting July 9 as part of extended COVID-19 restrictions

The Indianapolis Mayor and the Marion County Public Health Director announced the latest COVID-19 restrictions for Marion County including a mandatory mask order starting July 9. → Read More

Remains found in car pulled from Kokomo pond identified as woman missing since 2009

Remains found in an algae-covered vehicle pulled from a pond in Kokomo on Wednesday have been identified as a woman who has been missing since 2009. → Read More

ISDH: 24 new deaths and 264 additional cases of COVID-19 reported in the state

The Indiana State Department of Health says more than 41,000 Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 since the pandemic began in March. → Read More

Columbus firefighters rescue 6-year-old boy from toy vending machine

Firefighters in Columbus arrested a 6-year-old boy who got his hand stuck inside a toy vending machine. → Read More

26-year-old Indiana man accused of impregnating 13-year-old girl

An Indiana man is accused of impregnating a 13-year-old girl. → Read More

Woman accused of driving through protesters on Monument Circle charged with criminal recklessness

INDIANAPOLIS — Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears announced that Diane Goebel has been charged with Criminal Recklessness (Level 6 Felony) for allegedly striking multiple individuals with her vehicle while attempting to drive through a group of pedestrians participating in a demonstration on Monument Circle. The incident occurred just before 8:30 p.m. on June 8. On the night of the incident,… → Read More

Children's Museum of Indianapolis announces 'gradual' reopening plans

The dinosaurs are prepared. → Read More

The Indy Zoo is opening June 19 — here's what you'll need to know

The Indianapolis Zoo has released its plans for reopening. → Read More

Two infants safely surrendered in Indiana — one in a Safe Haven Baby Box — in the past 30 days

Two infants have been surrendered in Indiana — one inside a Safe Haven Baby Box — in the past 30 days. → Read More

Ivy Tech is offering free classes & training to 10,000 Hoosiers

Ivy Tech Community College is offering 10,000 Hoosiers free classes and job training to help grow the workforce and get people back on their feet following the COVID-19 crisis. → Read More

Silver Alert issued for missing 90-year-old woman believed to be in danger

A Statewide Silver Alert has been issued for a missing 90-year-old woman. Helen Watson is described as being 5 feet 5 inches tall and 120 pounds with brown hair with brown eyes. Helen was last seen wearing a navy blue blouse, navy blue pants, and carrying a large black purse. Helen is missing from Vincennes, Indiana which is 127 miles southwest of Indianapolis. She last seen on Monday, June 8,… → Read More