Friday, November 21, 2014

 Rogelio Quisquina discusses prospects for immigration reform ahead of President Obama's planned announcement Friday, Nov. 20, 2014, of a series of changes. Quisquina, a butcher at Super Mex Fresh Market, says the Latino community in Elkhart has been closely following the issue.

El presidente anunció una serie de medidas para reformar el sistema de inmigración.

Sharon Hernandez

Posted 38 minutes ago
 Matthew LeCount (middle) plays a tablet game before adoption proceedings Friday morning, Nov. 21, at the Elkhart County courthouse. His soon-to-be adoptive mother Gale LeCount (left), her attorney and case worker will later present Magistrate Deborah Domine with documents and testimony related to Matthew's welfare under her care. Family friend Connie (who did not want to disclose her last name) appeared for the proceedings to support them.

Families and media organizations were given the rare chance to document adoption proceedings Friday, Nov. 21, at the Elkhart County Courthouse.

J. C. Lee

Posted 1 hour ago
 In this July 18, 2007 file photo, hogs are shown in a pen at a Central Ohio farm.

Officials say hundreds of young pigs died after a semitrailer overturned on an Indianapolis highway ramp.

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