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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s political leaders announced Friday that they agreed to push back the state primary by nearly a month, to June 2, and to allow all voters to cast mail-in ballots due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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ELKHART — Officials say they are still unsure how local authorities will enforce new regulations designed to stem the spread of coronavirus.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Negotiations fell apart among Republican legislators Wednesday on a proposal that could have forced Indiana’s attorney general from office if his law license is suspended over allegations that he drunkenly groped four women.

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ELKHART — The Republican candidates for an Elkhart County Board of Commissioners seat shared their thoughts on court consolidation Tuesday.

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GOSHEN — If Goshen is to get a new pavilion and ice skating rink, the city needs to either repair or replace the Madison Street bridge.

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ELKHART — The developers of high-end condominiums at the former Alick’s property are asking for an extension to begin construction.

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INDIANAPOLIS — A federal judge on Monday dismissed a lawsuit filed against Indiana’s attorney general by four women who say he drunkenly groped them during a party, while state legislators took their first step toward possibly forcing him from office if the state Supreme Court suspends his l…

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ELKHART — When two Elkhart police chases ended fatally in June, then-Mayor Tim Neese asked the groups already reviewing the Police Department last fall to see if there might be an issue with how the department engaged in vehicle pursuits.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill said Tuesday that recipients of contributions tied to online schools that were found to have misappropriated funds should have the option of remitting the sum of those contributions to the Indiana Treasurer of State’s Office.

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GOSHEN — The Elkhart County courts should remain in both Goshen and Elkhart, Goshen Mayor Jeremy Stutsman says.

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INDIANAPOLIS — A prominent supporter of Indiana’s attorney general is arguing that a proposed suspension of his law license over allegations of drunkenly groping four women is excessive and that even the proposed punishment wouldn’t force him from office.

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ELKHART — The Elkhart City Council will soon vote on whether the city should spend $5 million to significantly change the Tolson Center.

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A 60-day law license suspension is being recommended for Indiana’s attorney general after allegations that he grabbed the buttocks of a female state legislator and inappropriately touched three other women during a party.

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ELKHART — Elkhart Central High School teachers criticized a Third House session on Friday for being held at a time that most teachers cannot participate.

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ELKHART — Unforeseen issues will cost the city another $360,000 for upgrading a parking lot and the streets around Hotel Elkhart.

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This story was updated to include names of candidates in some races mistakenly omitted because they filed with the Indiana Secretary of State’s Office in Indianapolis and were not yet recorded in the Elkhart County clerk's office. 

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ELKHART — The future of Elkhart’s Tolson Center appears to include a not-for-profit organization that will govern the facility but be financially supported by the City of Elkhart.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Democrat Josh Owens has dropped out of the race to be Indiana’s next governor, despite getting enough signatures to qualify, his campaign said on Wednesday.

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ELKHART — Less than five weeks after Republicans lost their majority to Democrats on the Elkhart City Council and members of both parties called for unity, multiple party-line votes have the parties criticizing each other.

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GOSHEN — Four Democratic women filed Thursday to run for Elkhart County Council at-large, saying not enough women hold public office.

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U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski, a Republican from Jimtown representing Indiana’s 2nd District, was among those joining President Donald Trump at the White House on Wednesday for the signing of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).

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ELKHART — Newly elected Mayor Rod Roberson revealed parts of his early agenda at a Thursday luncheon with Elkhart’s Young Professionals.

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INDIANAPOLIS — U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski, a Republican, has filed for reelection to continue representing Indiana’s 2nd District in Congress.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb isn’t yet throwing his support behind a top official of his administration in challenging the state attorney general who is awaiting the outcome from an investigation into allegations of drunkenly groping four women.

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ELKHART — The loss of South Side School 70 years ago scattered the Rev. Jean Mayes and her sisters to other schools throughout Elkhart.

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BRISTOL — Jeff Petermann, a Bristol businessman and former chair of the political action committee that opposed the last Elkhart Community Schools referendum, has announced his candidacy for Elkhart County Council.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana's governor on Tuesday outlined to state legislators how to free up tens of millions of dollars to boost teacher pay but said he didn't want them to act on it until next year.

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GOSHEN — Joe Lehman, running on a theme of “restoring accountability,” has announced he is running for state representative in the 49th District. 

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