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At least one injured in fire at Nappanee hardwood company

At least one person has been taken to the hospital after a fire at Quality Hardwood Sales in Nappanee.

The Food Bank of Northern Indiana is hosting a few food distributions Monday, June 1 through Thursday, June 4.

These protesters express their anger, pain, and frustration over George Floyds death. Ayanna Johnson also speaks out for her son Darius, who was gunned down in a police involved shooting in 2016.

Comfortable and dry Monday afternoon. Cloud cover increases throughout the day.

Michigan City Mayor issues curfew after protests

Dining To Go: Which restaurants are open for carryout/delivery?

Another chilly night, but a warm up is on the way

Elkhart County has 5th highest number of coronavirus cases in Indiana

Gov. Holcomb puts National Guard on standby

Goshen community protests over George Floyd's death

Indiana reports 9 more coronavirus deaths, 397 new cases

South Shore Line suspends service for Monday

GRAPHIC: US heads into a new week shaken by violence and pandemic

The Kitchen Skatepark opens doors for very last time

Bremen High School hold in-person vehicle graduation ceremony

Protests spark coronavirus fears in US; Lockdowns ease across Europe, Asia

States, cities plead for virus aid as Congress faces crises

A cool, sunny Sunday

Artist with autism thanks essential workers with balloon sculptures

Remains of Mont. veteran who died from coronavirus lost in mail for months

Michigan reports 28 more coronavirus deaths, 513 new cases

Merrifield Pool will not open for the 2020 season

Indianapolis imposes curfew after 2 nights of violence

Second South Bend protest held for George Floyd and Eric Logan

Protesters gather in downtown South Bend over George Floyd death

Indiana reports 13 more coronavirus deaths, 693 new cases

Trump took shelter in White House bunker as protests raged

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One dead in Louisville after police and national guard 'return fire' on protesters

Louisville authorities did not specify who fired the fatal shot, and authorities have not released information about the victim

In Minneapolis and across America, another night of anger

Many of America's major cities remain under curfew orders as National Guard forces watch and patrol.

NYPD commissioner 'troubled' by video of cop cars driving into protesters

"Anyone that looks at that has to be troubled by what they saw," the NYPD commissioner said in an interview on "TODAY" Monday morning.

Protesters around the world march in solidarity with George Floyd demonstrators

"Say his name," some shouted in London, while other held placards reading "I can't breathe."

As protests cripple U.S. cities, China watches, sneers and sometimes sympathizes

"I can't breathe," wrote Hua Chunying, a spokeswoman of China’s Foreign Ministry — a reference to words uttered by Floyd as he lay pinned down by police.