At Hawthorne, 93.6 percent of students qualify for free- or reduced-price lunches and about 40 percent are English language learners.
Deputy Darren Goforth was pumping gas when a man approached him from behind and fired multiple shots.
Up to 50,000 in Indiana could lose food stamp benefits under reinstated program rules
Residents said they have had jewelry, electronics, clothes and family heirlooms taken from their homes
Two Elkhart businesses cited for violating food safety and other regulations
The final Summer Saturdays series featured four bands at Ruthmere Mansion for the final Coffee on the Piazza of the season
Goshen Elite Fall Basketball League for high school boys starts Sept. 13.
Hudson Kay wins a three-setter as the Redskins improve to 8-0 on the courts, while Connor Matthes figures in four goals during an ECA soccer victory Friday.
Emergency dispatchers have received reports that there are live wires across the street.
The push for civil protections for sexual orientation and gender identity is a controversial topic in Elkhart and the rest of Indiana.
An Elkhart homeowner is displeased with how the city viewed her yard art, more on an incident at Goshen’s Rogers Park, and three other stories to start your day.
After death on live television, slain reporter's father finds voice on gun restrictions
About 200 people gathered to watch as 18 teams raced — and sometimes capsized — their homemade cardboard boats.