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NEWS ARCHIVE

(11-27-2020) • Bedford Man Arrested For Burglarizing a Local Business

(11-27-2020) • Brown County Homicide Victim Identified

(11-27-2020) • Steuben County Rises Through A Year of COVID to Pull Through for Cops For Kids

(11-27-2020) • Death Of Branch County Jail Inmate Being Investigated

(11-27-2020) • Suspicious Death In Cass County

(11-27-2020) • Elkhart Man Injured In Rollover Accident

(11-27-2020) • LaGrange Health Department Issues Public Health Order

(11-27-2020) • Trine Partnership to Benefit Bowen Center Employees

(11-25-2020) • Some Michigan House Republicans Plan Whitmer Impeachment

(11-25-2020) • Boots And Shoes Takes A Different Step In 2020

(11-25-2020) • Bronson Teen Sentenced For Probation Violation

(11-25-2020) • McDonough Trial Postponed

(11-25-2020) • Trine Inducts New Members Into Order of the Engineer

(11-24-2020) • 41 Meat Processors in Indiana Awarded $4 Million

(11-24-2020) • SCCF Celebrates New Fund Honoring Local Family

(11-24-2020) • Parkview Implementing Visitor Restrictions Due To COVID

(11-24-2020) • LaGrange County Leadership Gets COVID Updated

(11-24-2020) • Sturgis Downtown Holiday Events On Hold

(11-24-2020) • Buckle Up and Designate a Sober Driver

(11-24-2020) • Frye Promoted to Dean of Trine's College of Health Professions

(11-24-2020) • Pokagon State Park Toboggan Run Opens Friday

(11-24-2020) • Michigan Man Arrested Under Drug Charge

(11-24-2020) • Monday Steuben County COVID-19 Update

(11-23-2020) • Indiana State Bloomington Post Conducting a Homicide Investigation in Brown County 

(11-23-2020) • Two Car Collision Sends Two People To Hospital

(11-23-2020) • WorkOne Northeast Centers Going To Appointment Only

(11-23-2020) • Charges Filed In Matteson Township Shooting Incident

(11-23-2020) • Holcomb Inauguration Events Postponed

(11-23-2020) • Outdoor Activities Gain Popularity Through Pandemic

(11-23-2020) • Hill Ordered to Pay One Third of Disciplinary Expenses

(11-23-2020) • Three Injured in Sunday Crash

(11-23-2020) • October Indiana Employment Report

(11-23-2020) • Sunday Steuben County COVID-19 Update

(11-23-2020) • Northeast Indiana Saw Its First Snow on Sunday

(11-23-2020) • Governor Holcomb Tests Negative After Exposure

(11-20-2020) • WorkOne Northeast Centers Move to Appointment-Only Services

(11-20-2020) • Plans Are Being Made for Santa’s Big Visit to Steuben County

(11-20-2020) • Indiana’s First Secretary of Education Named

(11-20-2020) • Indiana’s First-Ever Chief Equity, Inclusion, & Opportunity Officer Named

(11-20-2020) • Thursday Steuben County COVID-19 Update

(11-20-2020) • Fire Damages Angola House And Garage

(11-20-2020) • Stambaugh Receives Sentence In Hit And Run Death

(11-20-2020) • Centreville Man Injured In Hit And Run Incident

(11-20-2020) • CHA Holding Drive Through Flu Vaccination Friday

(11-20-2020) • White Pigeon Schools Extending At Home Learning

(11-19-2020) • Jim Banks appointed to NDAA Conference Committee to Fight for Hoosiers

(11-19-2020) • Time is Running Out for Hoosiers to File Equifax Restitution Claims

(11-19-2020) • Orland Town Council Set to Hold Special Meeting

(11-19-2020) • Steuben Restricts Nursing Home Visitation

(11-19-2020) • Wednesday Stueben County COVID-19 Update

(11-19-2020) • Free COVID-19 Testing In NE Indiana

(11-19-2020) • MHSAA Announces Schedule To Complete Fall Sports

(11-19-2020) • Restrictions Placed On Eastside Athletics

(11-19-2020) • Two People Injured In Elkhart County Roll Over Accident

(11-19-2020) • LaGrange Authorities Investigating Drug Incident

(11-19-2020) • Michigan's October Jobless Rate Down From September

(11-18-2020) • St. Joseph County Departments Closing Down Temporarily

(11-18-2020) • SJC COA Stopping Group Activities For Three Weeks

(11-18-2020) • Charges Filed Against Suspect In Stand Off

(11-18-2020) • Suspect Arrested Following Two County Pursuit

(11-18-2020) • Sturgis Receives Grant For Lafayette And Franks Intersection

(11-18-2020) • MSD board Continues to Clash with Superintendent Wilson

(11-18-2020) • Indiana Governor and First Lady Begin Quaratine

(11-18-2020) • Steuben County COVID-19 Update

(11-18-2020) • Fremont Community Schools go to Virtual Learning

(11-18-2020) • Statewide Curfew for Ohio

(11-17-2020) • Man Found Dead After Pick-up Crash Monday Night

(11-16-2020) • Indiana FFA Foundation awarded grant through Lilly Endowment

(11-14-2020) • Death Under Investigation of Man Found Unresponsive at Truck Stop

(11-13-2020) • Governor Holcomb Puts Restricts In Place To Battle COVID-19

(11-12-2020) • Trine Student Awarded General Lewis B. Hershey Scholarship

(11-12-2020) • COVID-19 Restrictions Continue in Ohio

(11-12-2020) • COVID-19 Restrictions Continue in Indiana

(11-11-2020) • Veterans Day; A Day to Pay Respect to Those Who Have Served

(11-11-2020) • Columbia City High School Launches Six State Earn and Learn (SEAL) Programs

(11-10-2020) • Trine University's Online Accounting Program Ranked Among Best in the Nation

(11-09-2020) • State Officials Renewing Call for Retired Health Care Workers

(11-09-2020) • Greg Taylor is New Senate Minority Leader

(11-06-2020) • Warsaw Man Arrested for Possession of Child Pornography

(11-06-2020) • Scholarships Available for Civil Engineering Students

(11-06-2020) • 2021 Innovation Challenge Open for Submissions

(11-06-2020) • Ambassador Enterprises Grant Supports Trine's Montessori Teacher Education Program

(11-06-2020) • New Health Department Director for Ohio

(11-06-2020) • Republicans Will Return Statehouse With Tighter Grip on the Legislature

(11-05-2020) • ISP, Federal and Local Government Agencies Collect More Than 39,000 Pounds of Unwanted Medications

(11-04-2020) • Holcomb, Banks, & Zent All Re-elected on Tuesday

(11-03-2020) • Indiana Congressman Jim Banks Makes Victory Statement

(11-03-2020) • Election 2020 Results

(11-03-2020) • Trine Students Receive AISC Scholarships

(11-03-2020) • Indiana National Guardsmen Training for Nursing Home Deployment

(11-02-2020) • Indiana COVID-19 Update

(10-31-2020) • Trick Or Treating Time for Halloween

(10-31-2020) • Northwest Ohio Man Facing Sexual Related Charges

(10-31-2020) • Metaldyne Closing Fremont Factory by the End of 2020

(10-31-2020) • Fallback in Time This Weekend

(10-30-2020) • Governor Extends Public Health Emergency and Mask Order

(10-30-2020) • Number of Americans Seeking Unemployment Benefits Lowest Since March

(10-30-2020) • Halloween Safety Tips From the Indiana State Police

(10-29-2020) • Concern Continues Due to Recent Increase of COVID-19 Cases

(10-29-2020) • Banks Seeking Third Term in Office

(10-29-2020) • INDOT Cuts Ribbon on New I-69 Welcome Center in Northeast Indiana

(10-28-2020) • Indiana Governor on COVID-19 Vaccine

(10-28-2020) • Law Enforcement Officers Named First-Ever Traffic Safety All-Stars

(10-28-2020) • 29th Annual Chocolate Sunday Goes Virtual

(10-28-2020) • Dept. of Correction Division of Parole Services Partners with Local Police Agencies for a Safe Halloween

(10-27-2020) • Multi-Agency Effort Leads to Arrest of Wanted Fugitive

(10-27-2020) • Unemployment Rates Decrease, But Experts Remain Concerned

(10-27-2020) • Amazon Building Another Facility in Northeast Indiana

(10-27-2020) • USDA approves Indiana State Hemp Plan

(10-27-2020) • The Healthy Indiana Plan to Continue for Another 10 Years

(10-27-2020) • Trine's Criminal Justice Department Featured in Chronicle of Higher Education Report

(10-26-2020) • Nipsco Warns Customers to be Aware of Scams

(10-26-2020) • WLKI Taking Entries for Annual Pie Auction

(10-26-2020) • Attorney General Hill Disputing Expenses From Disciplinary Action

(10-26-2020) • Grant Will Fund Planting of Approximately 5,000 Trees

(10-23-2020) • Vice President Pence Made an Appearance in NorthEastern Indiana

(10-23-2020) • NE Indiana Unemployment Rates Down In September 2020

(10-23-2020) • Over 1 Million Hoosier Voters Have Requested an Absentee Ballot for the 2020 General Election

(10-23-2020) • Ohio Man Sentenced To 70 Months In Prison

(10-22-2020) • Trine Hosting Virtual College Fair on Nov. 19

(10-22-2020) • Trine's Next Door Neighbors Award Benefits Area Students

(10-22-2020) • Conference USA's Philippi to Speak at Trine Virtual Event

(10-22-2020) • New Indiana FFA Director Announced

(10-22-2020) • All Trine Education Majors Employed for 8th Straight Year

(10-22-2020) • Train Vs. Semi Accident for the Second Day in a Row

(10-22-2020) • Indiana Governor Announces Long-Term Care Facilities Plan

(10-21-2020) • Vice President Pence to Make an Appearance in Northeast Indiana

(10-21-2020) • September Indiana Employment Report

(10-21-2020) • Indiana Governor Takes Criticism in Last Night's Debate

(10-21-2020) • Indiana State Police Partners with DEA for 19th Drug Take Back Day

(10-21-2020) • Turnstone, Trine Partnering to Enhance Region's Speech Therapy Services

(10-20-2020) • Williams County Police Department Identify Offender

(10-20-2020) • Indiana Governor Debate Changed to Virtual Format

(10-19-2020) • Absentee Ballot Deadline

(10-19-2020) • Indiana's Rental Assistance Portal

(10-16-2020) • State accepting applications for the Emergency Solutions Grant CARES Act Rental Assistance Program

(10-16-2020) • Indiana Governor Tests Negative for COVID-19

(10-15-2020) • IN Lawmakers Encourage Communities To Apply For Road Funding Grants

(10-15-2020) • Ohio Cautions Residents Not to Travel to Indiana

(10-15-2020) • Indiana Will Remain in Stage 5 of Reopening for Another Month

(10-15-2020) • Ruling Upheld on Indiana’s Absentee Voting

(10-14-2020) • Whitley County Man Arrested for Child Pornography

(10-12-2020) • Trine's Surgical Technology Facility Earns BCA Award

(10-12-2020) • Indiana Experts Say Manufacturers Have Survived the Pandemic Better Than Other Industries

(10-12-2020) • Report with Recommendations on Teacher Salary Being Withheld Until after Nov. 3rd Election

(10-12-2020) • U.S. Highway 20 Named “Medal of Honor Memorial Highway” Across Indiana

(10-12-2020) • Fort Wayne Man Jailed in Adams County

(10-12-2020) • FWPD Brings Law Enforcement Tech to Trine Campus

(10-09-2020) • AG Hill Joins in Judgment Resolving Community Health Systems Data Breach Investigation

(10-09-2020) • Several Charged with Plotting to Kidnap Michigan Governor and Targeting Police Officers and Michigan Capital