GOSHEN — Iman Gregory shot Ishmael Porter eight times outside his home in 2019, prosecutors said as her trial for murder got underway Monday.
ELKHART — A local court has entered a nearly $7 million judgment against the buyers of Concord Mall, who also face new accusations in federal court of fraud.
GOSHEN — An Evansville man has received a 16-year sentence, but no prison time, after admitting to inflicting severe injury on a pair of one-month-old twins.
GOSHEN — A judge has granted a request to redact from court records certain personal details of a man accused of striking two teens with his truck, killing one.
GOSHEN — The attorney for an Elkhart woman set to stand trial for murder says there’s no conflict despite his past representation of the victim’s relatives.
ELKHART — Before voting to proceed with the joint courts project Tuesday, county leaders questioned how they’ll sell voters on a $31 million increase to a plan originally pitched at $63 million.
GOSHEN — An Elkhart woman accused of a fatal shooting in 2019 faces up to 85 years in prison after a judge allowed a sentence enhancement just weeks before trial.
ELKHART — Police Chief Kris Seymore has requested the termination of Lt. Carlton Conway due to his role in the wrongful conviction of a man who spent 16 years in prison for a murder he didn’t commit.
GOSHEN — Life was going well for Victor Kibit until he was shot through the door of his truck in April 2020, the 42-year-old Goshen man said at the sentencing of his assailant.
GOSHEN — A Goshen couple who ignored both city zoning rules and a judge’s order for months have evaded a five-month jail stay and $10,800 fine by promising not to do it again.
GOSHEN — Charles David Bussard stood at the doorway to his uncle’s room and fired a shotgun at his head, then began a five-year coverup before ultimately confessing to the murder, prosecutors alleged as his trial began Monday.
ELKHART — A judge declared the buyers of Concord Mall in default and appointed a property manager, though the buyers now say they’re working on a way to pay the more than $6 million they owe.
ELKHART — A driver falling asleep at the wheel is the sole reason for a fatal accident on East Beardsley Avenue in 2017, the City of Elkhart says in response to a negligence lawsuit.
ELKHART — A man convicted of a 2002 murder has been cleared of wrongdoing, according to his attorneys, after a judge granted a motion to dismiss his case.
ELKHART — A Goshen man must repay the state in addition to serving a 1½-year sentence after he admitted to charges related to hiding the body of his dead father and cashing his benefit checks.