Thursday, November 27, 2014


5 things to know for your Thursday in Indiana

Elkhart police seek a person of interest in a Monday night shooting, some Dunlap drivers worry about a new four-way stop and three other stories to start your day.

Posted on Aug. 7, 2014 at 3:00 a.m.

Elkhart police seek person of interest in Monday night shooting

After a 20-year-old man was shot in the leg in Elkhart on Monday night, Aug. 4, police are looking for 25-year-old Stephonn Sutton, a man they think may know more about what happened.

The victim’s injuries were non-life-threatening.

New Carlisle firefighter died from blunt force trauma caused by falling roof

New Carlisle Asst. Chief Jamie Middlebrook was killed Tuesday night, Aug. 5, while fighting a fire at a LaPorte County business Tuesday night. The cause of death was determined by a Lafayette coroner Wednesday, Aug. 6.

New stop signs on C.R. 13 spark criticism from Concord Township residents

Some area drivers say the decision to turn the intersection of C.R. 13 and C.R. 45 into a four-way stop was a mistake that will lead to an uptick in traffic accidents.

However, the Elkhart County Highway Department and the Elkhart County Board of Commissioners say the new stop signs were a necessary change that will cut down on crashes.

Elkhart County kids share their experiences with bullying

As the school year is starting once again, we talked to local children about the experiences they’ve had with bullying. Read their stories, and check out bullying prevention resources for parents and kids.

Goshen's Park family is coaching together on the same football field

Brad Park returns to the Goshen High School program 12 seasons after he retired to help son Kyle, the new coach, and son Kevin, an assistant.

"I’ve told a lot of people, I have the greatest job I could have. I get to coach kids and I get to coach with my sons,” Brad said Tuesday. “It’s fun to see how they’ve grown up as young coaches, using the things they’ve learned. I just help out.”

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