GOSHEN — A Kimmell man is accused of dealing meth following a traffic stop in Goshen.
GOSHEN — A judge has combined two lawsuits against Goshen Hospital over potential infections during surgery, while more plaintiffs are seeking to join what could become a class-action suit on behalf of over 1,000 people.
GOSHEN — A construction company owner is asking a judge to review a $50,000 fine imposed by the county, though thousands more in penalties may also be pending.
WESTVILLE — An Elkhart man serving a 60-year sentence after he admitted to a 1996 murder is asking to finish his time on house arrest for the sake of his health.
INDIANAPOLIS — An Elkhart teen’s conviction for attempted murder has been reversed by the state appeals court, which says his mother should have been allowed to attend the trial.
BRISTOL — A Michigan man faces firearm and false ID charges after police allegedly found him with an illegal handgun and a collection of fake driver’s licenses during a traffic stop.
ELKHART — A judge has awarded a more than $250,000 default judgment for a Goshen couple who say they were scammed by a company that was supposed to fix their hailstorm-damaged roof.
GOSHEN — An Elkhart County judge will preside over a wrongful death lawsuit against Noble County, filed by the relatives of a man and his daughters who died in February 2019 after plunging into the Elkhart River.
ELKHART — Sales of Najeeb Khan’s assets have so far raised more than $7 million, though an auction of over 230 cars belonging to the former payroll company owner has been delayed until October.
ELKHART — A woman who was severely injured in an April 2019 crash along with her infant daughter is suing the Elkhart Police Department, which was chasing the vehicle that struck her head-on.
ELKHART — An RV control systems maker that received an injunction against Lippert Components over allegedly stolen trade secrets now says it has new evidence to make additional claims.
GOSHEN — A five-year cleanup project is starting at the site of a former dry cleaning business, more than 10 years after the state sued to get access.
ELKHART — The City of Elkhart is claiming ignorance over allegations that a witness was hypnotized before testifying in a man’s attempted murder trial, leading to a conviction that was later overturned.
GOSHEN — A man who was sentenced to 120 years in prison on 10 counts of child molesting now claims he was the victim of “trumped up” charges brought on by “an overzealous prosecutor.”
GOSHEN — An Elkhart woman who confessed in February to fatally shooting a man is still waiting to be sentenced, one of several court actions in pending murder cases to be delayed during the pandemic.
GOSHEN — More parties have joined a lawsuit against Goshen Hospital over potential infectious exposure, but the judge has not yet ruled on class action status.
GOSHEN -- Face-to-face hearings in Elkhart Circuit Court and the Elkhart Superior Courts will occur only for emergency and essential court hearings, following emergency relief from the Indiana Supreme Court.
GOSHEN — Several former employees of Forest River have filed lawsuits in recent months, for claims including sexual harassment and racial discrimination.