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  • Will traffic tickets solve Dunlap's train problem?

    Dunlap residents aren't the only ones fed up with trains blocking road crossings. Today, The Elkhart County Sheriff's Department began handing out traffic tickets to conductors of trains standing still at intersections longer than 10 minutes. But will it work? At least one local leader says don't hold your breath.

  • NorthWood's Bear bears a lot of responsibilities

    It is probably just a strange coincidence that NorthWood Senior Travis Bear just happens to bear more responsbility than anyone else on his team.

  • Boil Water Advisory for part of Goshen

    A portion of Goshen will be under a boil water advisory Thursday, October 2nd. The city says it'll be performing a scheduled water main repair in the area of River Vista Drive and Fair Oaks Drive between Westwood Road to Mayflower Place. The boil water advisory will be in effect from 9 am until 1 pm Thursday. The public is advised not to drink the water without boiling it first. The water is safe for bathing, laundry and restroom use.

  • South Bend man arrested for series of sex offenses

    A 23-year-old South Bend man has been arrested for a series of sex offenses in the city's south side.

  • Steven Clippinger found guilty in double-homicide

    A judge has found Steven Clippinger guilty of killing his brother and his sister-in-law. The St. Joseph County Prosecutor's office released a statement on the guilty verdict. Clippinger was on trial for the shooting deaths of Matthew and Lisa Clippinger in their Mishawaka home on June 2, 2012. His girlfriend, Jennifer Leveque, was previously found guilty in connection with the murders.Clippinger will be sentenced at a later date.

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