Court: Weak taillight is enough to stop drunken driver

EAST GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — The Michigan appeals court has affirmed the drunken-driving conviction of a man who was stopped near Grand Rapids...

Indiana tax revenue uptick unlikely to change current budget debate

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Tax revenues are projected to increase $200 million more than expected in the coming years, but key lawmakers writing Indiana's next...

Police: Man arrested in McDonald’s drive-thru after assaulting officers

A man who police say assaulted an officer after he was found asleep at the wheel in a McDonald's drive-thru lane has been arrested. Mishawaka Police...

Michigan State Police hail motorists who stopped, rescued trooper during attack

BUCHANAN, Mich. (AP) — Michigan State Police are praising two motorists for stopping to help a trooper who was being attacked along a roadway. State...

Police crackdown on traffic safety near Elkhart County school zones

Officers from the Elkhart County Sheriff’s Department organized a traffic safety detail focused around three area high schools last week. On the mornings of Wednesday,...

Indiana House approves ISTEP replacement for 2018-19

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indiana House approved a bill to replace the ISTEP exam by the 2018-19 school year. The measure by Republican Rep. Bob...

QUIZ: How much money should you spend on your Valentine?

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Elkhart neighborhood crash causes flooding Saturday morning

Residents of an Elkhart neighborhood were more than surprised to find flooding after a car crashed into a fire hydrant Saturday morning. The Elkhart Police...

Marshall County man accused of shooting neighbor’s two dogs

Police in Marshall County are investigating why a Marshall County man shot his neighbor's two dogs. Police were called to a home in the 17000...

Substitute teacher shortage challenges Michigan schools

DETROIT (AP) — Schools in Michigan are struggling to cope when teachers are absent because of an increasing shortage of substitute teachers in the...

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