Environment

Journeyman Distillery cease and desist over water waste delayed 5 days


Elkhart Co.'s quilt gardens offer beautiful, creative sights


All Indiana regions under air quality action day Thursday


Berrien Co. residents reminded to beware ticks


LaPorte couple uses road trash to send a message to drivers


Good weather brings students together to clean up St. Joe River


N.Y. state wins lawsuit over Adirondack snowmobile trail-building


UN agency: CO2 concentrations grew at record rate in 2016


Goshen beautifies by recycling electronics


Learn how to maintain a garden with free classes at St. Joe County Public Library


Up to two years for Flint to have clean water


Federal agencies budget $42M for Asian carp prevention


Pipeline protesters arrested at Vikings stadium


Corps won't forcibly remove protesters from federal land


Police, protesters face off at Dakota Access pipeline


Waste management facility approved for Niles Charter Twp.


Research shows St. Joe River contains pollutants possibly harmful to fish


USGS finds high levels of pollutants in St. Joseph River


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Home invasion suspect arrested after boy fights him off with machete

After being forced into a closet, an 11-year-old grabbed a machete and swung it at the intruder, striking him in the head.

Man killed by off-duty officer in California Costco was 'mentally challenged,' relative says

Kenneth French "has never been violent with any of us, so we don’t know how this escalated," his relative said.

Iowa family of four found dead with gunshot wounds

Autopsies were pending for an Iowa Department of Public Safety worker, his wife and their two sons. Police said all had been shot.

Two bodies found in Oregon are missing mom and 3-year-old son

Karissa Fretwell and son William were last seen May 13, and the boy's father, Michael Wolfe, was indicted last week for murder and kidnapping in the case.

FBI aims to expand its applicant pool amid recruiting shortage

The FBI is facing a rare problem: a shortage of new recruits. The agency is trying to change the image of who a potential agent, even starting an #UnexpectedAgent social media campaign, to pull in a more diverse range of applicants.