Van Buren County deputies arrested a man for driving his tractor drunk.
A new study finds that inmates at a jail near Indy are more likely to be sexually abused by guards then other prisoners compared to any other jail in the nation.
Hundreds will gather to ride their bikes throughout St. Joseph County.
Some disabled veterans living in Michigan could get some relief next tax season under legislation being debated in the state Senate.
A new smartphone app has information on parks throughout Michigan
After months of planning, Relay For Life kicked off Saturday in Mishawaka.
Lottery officials say the winning numbers in a near-historic Powerball jackpot have been drawn.
Two people were sent to the hospital Saturday night after a rollover crash near the bypass in St. Joseph County. It happened just after eight o'clock along State Road 2, just west of Pine Road.
Investigators are trying to determine what sparked a Mishawaka house fire that killed a pet trapped inside.
An Oscar-winning director is bringing his movie-making talents back to Michiana once again.
A new facility on South Bend's west side will soon be providing Latino students with the help they need to succeed in the classroom.
A Dowagiac woman will spend about half-a-year in jail for stealing money and drugs from the dentist's office where she worked.
A helmet and goggles are being credited with saving the life of a Kosciusko County teenager, after he wrecked his ATV, and survived.
Millions of people are victims of identity theft every year, so it's important that your documents don't get into the hands of the wrong person.
While Memorial Day is still a little more than a week away, one South Bend neighborhood is getting an early start on parade season.
Learn more about 574 Cycling, a female cycling club in Michiana and some of the upcoming races the group will hold.
Learn about seaonal produce options filling booths at the South Bend Farmer's Market.
“Girls on the Run Michiana” is a transformational program for girls in 3rd-5th grades.
McDonald's will give free food away to active and former military members for Armed Forces Day.
Peanuts are the most prevalent allergen in children and millions of Americans suffer from it.
Michigan Senator John Proos says he worried about increases in trafficking, especially in border counties like Berrien and Cass.
Several South Bend businesses helped properly install car seats for Michiana drivers.
The next quarterly deadline is this Tuesday, May 21.
They want to educate the public on the variety of services they offer, and they'll have their new ladder truck on display.
Students at Bethany Chrtian Schools will see an increase of technology in the classroom.
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