An Elkhart teen was taken to the hospital Thursday after shots were fired on the city’s southeast side.
Updated: 9:23 PM
Area schools are participating again in summer food programs throughout the summer.
Updated: 10:16 AM
A rundown apartment complex that grossly violated building and health codes will be torn down Thursday.
Updated: 7:18 PM
The Starke County Landfill is getting a bad reputation for releasing methane into the surrounding area.
Posted: 6:42 AM
A classic Sunday afternoon activity on the river is off the table this summer in Elkhart.
Posted: 6:36 AM
An Elkhart County man has been charged for illegally killing a deer in Bristol.
Updated: 6:28 AM
Hundreds of people came together Wednesday to remember the short life of a 6-year-old girl.
Updated: 11:45 PM
Benton Township Police are investigating why a 12-year-old child apparently walked into a moving cement truck, Wednesday afternoon.
Updated: 10:39 AM
A Mishawaka student is fighting a rare disease. But his classmates are doing everything they can to make sure he feels like he belongs.
Updated: 7:56 PM
As the community gathered to mourn the tragic death of 6-year-old Shirley Mundia who died at the hands of her father Sunday night, major developments have been made in the investigation.
Updated: 7:27 PM
Rise Up Academy security officer Pat Cottrell decided to donate a car to a student that made the most improvement this past year with their in attendance and grades.
Updated: 7:56 PM
The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians continues to expand throughout Michiana.
Updated: 7:54 PM
Police need your help in tracking down two suspects, originally wanted in a lottery ticket theft case.
Updated: 7:53 PM
Frustration over the IRS scandal runs deep for many politicians.
Updated: 7:55 PM
A mother and teen were taken to the hospital Tuesday night after their car was hit by a man charged with driving while intoxicated.
Posted: 3:59 PM
A Buchanan man won't be able to use the computer or internet for a while, after being sentenced for child abuse.
Posted: 3:53 PM
It was a great day for a family in South Bend, when their son returned home from service overseas. Kenneth Byrd came home Wednesday after finishing a year’s service in Afghanistan.
Updated: 7:54 PM
A deputy prosecutor in the St. Joseph County Prosecutor's Office is no longer employed after the decision not to prosecute Edward Mwaura last Thursday.
Updated: 6:53 PM
A federal agency has dismissed a complaint seeking to ban the use of American Indian mascots in Michigan's K-12 schools.
Posted: 12:44 PM
The St. Joseph County Prosecutor's Office says Lt. Steven Noonan was justified in the killing of Edward Mwaura, who murdered his 6-year-old daughter.
Updated: 6:35 PM
Students at Northridge Middle School put their principals up to the test, all in the name of reading.
Updated: 11:29 AM
This month we sat down with Valerie Schey, who represents the third district.
Posted: 9:21 AM
With the return of high gas prices, South Bend Transportation Corporation (TRANSPO) will join with other public transportation systems nationwide in the eighth annual National Dump the Pump Day on Thursday, June 20.
Posted: 7:31 AM
Goshen schools are asking for help from the city to pay for new sidewalks around the school.
Posted: 7:15 AM
Goshen High School is changing track on a decision to remove their Redskins mascot statue from the gym for Sunday’s graduation ceremony.
Posted: 7:13 AM
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