58th annual Krasl Art Fair on the Bluff kicks off Saturday

58th annual Krasl Art Fair on the Bluff kicks off Saturday

Festivities kick off Friday at 5 p.m. with a block party.

Accused Kosciusko Co. animal control officer suspended 5 days, no pay

The county attorney's report finds officer Jerry Clase failed to contact the pet owner before euthanizing a dog in June.

Former Washington HS star Gehrig Dieter hopes to continue NFL progression

In his first year, Dieter made the Chiefs practice squad. Last year, he made the 53-man roster and recorded his first NFL reception. This training camp, Dieter hopes he can continue to climb the ladder.

Elkhart Co. unemployment rate 33rd lowest in Indiana

In June of 2018, Elkhart County had the second lowest unemployment rate in the State of Indiana. In June of 2019, it ranked 33rd lowest.

Benton Harbor city manager fired, now has new role

In a 5-3 vote on Monday night, the Benton Harbor City Commission voted to fire Darwin Watson, and not even 24 hours later, he has a new job.

Another beautiful evening

Our nice weather continues, and I don't see an end to it over the next couple of days. It will slowly begin to warm up as we head into the weekend...

Sexual assault suspect could be connected to Delphi teen girls' murders

A man charged with sexual assault could be connected to the 2017 murders of two teenage girls in Delphi.

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Police make arrest in murder of 21-year-old Ole Miss student

The suspect behind bars is a fellow classmate of 21-year-old University of Mississippi student Ally Kostial, whose body was found about 20 miles from campus with several gunshot wounds.

Jeffrey Epstein’s life on his private Caribbean islands

Epstein bought Little St. James in the U.S. Virgin Islands in 1998 and built a sprawling compound. He bought a second one across the water in 2016. We went there for a first-hand look at his lavish, and some say, odd, lifestyle.

More severe weather expected in the Carolinas, Virginia

The weather comes after a wild night and afternoon in the Northeast that saw damaging thunderstorms, flash flooding and a report of a rare tornado on Cape Cod.

Senate passes 9/11 victim compensation funding

The bipartisan bill, which already passed in the House, is expected to be signed by President Trump. John Feal, a 9/11 first responder and victims advocate, told NBC News today that he and other first responders have been invited to the White House on Friday for a signing ceremony.

Warrants issued in Puerto Rico chat scandal

The island's Department of Justice issued warrants for the cellphones of some of Gov. Ricardo Rosselló's close associates.