Woman stabbed by daughter in Kosciusko County
Faye Dill, a resident of North Webster, was stabbed in the chest by her daughter Sunday afternoon, Aug. 10, according to a report from Stacey Page Online.
Dill was taken to the hospital in an ambulance, but her injuries are non life-threatening, according to The Elkhart Truth’s news partner WNDU.
This week’s Ask the Truth voting is now open
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Indiana losing funding to help residents fight drug addiction
The federal Access to Recovery grant provided more than $3 million to Indiana nonprofits treating people struggling with drug addictions over the last four years, but Family and Social Services Administration spokeswoman Marni Lemons said Congress has slashed funding for the program.
Access to Recovery focused on helping people battling poverty, military veterans and those in the criminal justice system.
The funding is expected to run out at the end of this year.
No criminal charges imminent for NASCAR driver Tony Stewart after fatal accident
Stunt driver Kevin Ward Jr. climbed out of his car on the track during a race Saturday night, and was hit by Stewart.
Authorities questioned Stewart at the time but said no criminal charges were imminent.
Stewart planned to race in an event Sunday, but a spokesperson for Stewart-Haas Racing said Stewart “feels strongly” he should not race at Watkins Glen following Kevin Ward Jr.‘s fatal accident.
37 people arrested in Elkhart County last week
Charges for last week’s arrests include public intoxication, theft, trespassing and others.