GOSHEN — Attorneys for the estate of a man accused in a wrongful death lawsuit over a fatal July shooting are challenging the victim’s children to prove their claims.
ELKHART — An Elkhart woman is accused of driving under the influence when she was involved in a May crash that caused injuries requiring the amputation of a scooter rider’s leg.
SOUTH BEND — An Elkhart man whose 1994 conviction for attempted murder was overturned because it wasn’t disclosed that the victim underwent hypnosis is suing the city and the detective and prosecutor involved.
ELKHART — A city employee has sued the city for defamation and rights violations when knowledge of a now-recanted rape allegation was spread among city staff.
GOSHEN — A Bourbon man has admitted to causing his friend's death in a 2015 crash, but a judge was unwilling to accept his plea right away.
GOSHEN — An Elkhart woman who admitted to smuggling narcotics into prison won’t know exactly how long she’ll spend behind bars herself after being sentenced Thursday.
ELKHART — The son and daughter of a woman who was killed by a fellow Stratford Commons resident are suing the shooter’s estate as well as the property manager.
GOSHEN — The Elkhart County Council on Saturday approved new positions meant to help manage the courts and recover millions in outstanding probation user fees.
ELKHART — A Canadian woman living in Elkhart is charged with domestic battery on a child after she allegedly tried to pull the boy from someone’s arms during an argument, with the intent of taking him out of the country.
DOWAGIAC, Mich. — A Cass County jury wasted little time convicting 74-year old James McNeil of Dowagiac for his repeated molestation of a young girl from 1992-1995.
SOUTH BEND — Elkhart Police officers have asked a judge to rule against a woman who is suing them after they shot her while opening fire on a car in 2016, killing the driver.
SOUTH BEND — A judge will hear arguments this month over whether a bank can recover a $1.5 million overdraft from Interlogic Outsourcing Inc. despite bankruptcy protection.
ELKHART — A former Elkhart Police detective has received a one-year suspended sentence after admitting to charges related to breaking into his ex-wife’s home.
GOSHEN — An Elkhart man who was sentenced for battery was in court again Thursday after allegedly removing his ankle monitor and fleeing the state.
GOSHEN — A judge has issued a preliminary injunction against a Lippert Components employee in a lawsuit that accuses him of sharing stolen trade secrets with the RV maker.
GOSHEN — An Elkhart man who pleaded guilty to killing his infant son in 2006 says he was coerced into an admission and questions the real cause of the boy’s death.
ELKHART — Purchase records, pistachio shells and a pair of sneakers were used to tie a Nappanee man jailed on an auto theft charge to other thefts that happened late last year.
GOSHEN — A New Paris man who was accused of armed robbery for an April incident in which he allegedly put a gun to a man's head has admitted to a lesser offense.
GOSHEN — A Bristol man who was sentenced to 60 years in prison for a May 2017 murder says he would not have been convicted if the jury knew he was on medication and alcohol at the time.
GOSHEN — A Goshen woman who was sentenced to 12 years in prison for dealing meth told a judge she held up her end of the bargain and wants to serve the rest of her time outside prison.
ELKHART — In a court battle for several patents with multiple claims between Equalizer Systems’ parent company, Days Corp., and Lippert Components Inc., a judge ruled in favor of LCI for two of the claims.
GOSHEN — A judge will decide by the end of the year whether to allow certain evidence that led to the arrest of a suspect in a Goshen College professor’s 2011 murder.