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...

Indiana unemployment rate remains lower than the national average

Indiana's unemployment rate was still lower than the national average in July. The July Employment Report for The Hoosier State says the unemployment rate has...

Police around Michiana busy dealing with crashes this weekend

Police around Michiana were busy dealing with crashes over the weekend. One person was struck by their own vehicle in a chain-reaction crash on Dailey...

Professor: Indiana should review sexual harassment statute

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — An Indiana University law professor says it's time for Indiana to change a state statute that keeps sexual harassment victims from...

Citing E. coli outbreak, U.S. health officials say don’t eat romaine lettuce

NATIONWIDE, (AP) — U.S. health officials are telling people to avoid eating romaine lettuce because of an E. coli outbreak that has sickened 32...

New local podcast breaking down the final season of Game Of Thrones

If you're an unofficial resident of Westeros, if you know who The Seven are, or even if you can't name at least a member...

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...

Condominium project breaks ground set to honor retired Notre Dame employee

A new condominium project that broke ground in South Bend will honor and be named after a retired Notre Dame employee and alumni. The new...

Mishawaka football coach Bart Curtis leaving to lead Warsaw Tigers

Warsaw Community Schools has announced the hiring of Bart Curtis as the new Warsaw Community High School football head coach. Curtis will become the 19th...

National Park Service waiving fees April 16

If you want to visit a national park, tomorrow April 16, you can get in for free. The National Park Service parks is waiving entrance...

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