GOSHEN — A man who pleaded guilty to child molesting in a decade-old case has been sentenced in court.
CLEVELAND — The former owner of an Elkhart payroll business owner pleaded guilty to allegations that he caused close to $150 million in financial losses.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The fate of Indiana's Republican-backed abortion ban on Thursday goes before the state Supreme Court as it hears arguments on whether it violates privacy protections under the state constitution.
GOSHEN — An Elkhart man says he was suffering from mental illness when he dragged a woman out of bed in the middle of the night and crashed a car she was riding in.
GOSHEN — A Greenfield woman told a judge she was in an unhealthy relationship with a man with whom she committed armed robbery during an arranged meet-up.
SOUTH BEND — A former Drug Court caseworker facing sexual assault allegations from two participants says their claims are false even after he entered a guilty plea.
GOSHEN — A man accused of stealing cash from a grocery store broke into tears Thursday after receiving a bond reduction that may allow him to continue receiving treatment for brain cancer.
CLEVELAND — Criminal charges have been filed against a former Elkhart business owner more than three years after allegations surfaced that he committed millions of dollars in wire fraud.
SOUTH BEND — A 35-year-old Milford man has been sentenced to more than 17 years in prison following his plea of guilty to production of child pornography.
ELKHART — A judge is more receptive but still not fully sold on a plea bargain that includes no prison time for a suspect in a 2021 barn-burning spree.
ELKHART — Police have completed their investigation into an unspecified incident involving an off-duty Elkhart County Sheriff’s Office detective.
GOSHEN — The county’s work release facility can accept offenders with certain low-level violent felonies after a vote by the Goshen zoning board.
ELKHART — An Elkhart man accused of holding his neighbors at gunpoint allegedly counted down as he aimed a revolver at their heads.