Friday morning on the Early Edition we welcomed Danielle Waldron to discuss her new story about the new Dixie restaurant in South
Stories include two sides of Forest River, fines for blocked railroad crossings and the Hometown Goshen podcast.
The Early Edition spoke with Lit. Cindy Kilgore to talk about the history of Crimestoppers and how safe the tips process is.
A bill in the Indiana Senate would boost the state’s minimum wage by almost three dollars, plus more on Truth Radio.
We were joined by columnist Marshall King, who discussed his latest column, plus more on the Early Edition.
Eric Strader from Flavor574.com joined us for a chat about Saturday's 4th Annual South Bend Brew Fest.
Lt. Cindy Kilgore brought Natalie Garrett into the studio, a rape victim who shared her story with us for our Crime of the Week segment with Crimestoppers.
Newsmakers is every Wednesday morning at 8:30 on Truth Radio 1340.
Also, we spoke with the American Red Cross and BioLife Plasma Services about donation needs in Elkhart County.
Legal battles surrounding the Elkhart annexation issue are becoming better defined.