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  • Bankruptcy judge says court filing went too far

    The judge overseeing Detroit's bankruptcy says a creditor's severe criticism of mediators in the case is "scandalous and defamatory."

  • Walorski-Bock congressional race gets heated

    There are just over 60 days left before voters go to the polls for midterm elections, which means the race for Indiana's second congressional district is heating up. Incumbent Congresswoman Jackie Walorski has released the campaign's first attack ad. "He's running for office in Indiana, but he was a politician in Missouri. Bock had a proven record there of...well...looking out for himself."

  • Newly formed Memorial Hospital Police Department has officers sworn in

    There's a new group of police officers in South Bend. On Thursday afternoon, the Memorial Hospital Police Department welcomed eight officers to the newly formed force.

  • Plan saves Anderson's Wigwam gym from demolition

    A plan to save the historic Wigwam gymnasium has been approved by Anderson Redevelopment Commission and the Anderson Community Schools board of trustees.

  • Judge James Fox concerned over budget cuts

    Recent budget cuts to the Juvenile Justice Center of St. Joseph County has probate Judge James Fox worried about the area's at risk youth. The center was asked to cut 3 percent of the remainder of their 2014 budget, forking over nearly 160,000 dollars.

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