GOSHEN — County officials turned down extra compensation for the long hours and extra duties taken on by some county employees during the pandemic, despite hearing it would be repaid.
ELKHART — Some data points come up short in describing the severity of the COVID-19 outbreak in Elkhart County because of a recent backlog in getting test results, health officials say.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Democrats announced Wednesday that former Evansville Mayor Jonathan Weinzapfel will be their nominee for state attorney general, a race that attracted numerous candidates from both parties after Republican incumbent Curtis Hill was disciplined over allegations of gropi…
ELKHART — A revamp of one of Elkhart’s main thoroughfares is about to begin, marked by a groundbreaking ceremony and speeches Wednesday at one intersection.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The state's award of a $17.9 million contract for operating dozens of coronavirus testing sites across Indiana came weeks after a company executive gave $50,000 to the governor's reelection campaign.
GOSHEN — In the Democratic primary for the Indiana House District 49 seat, a Goshen School Board member working for Pete Buttigieg’s PAC is up against a former attorney who has had his share of scrapes with the party and the legal system.
ELKHART — Homeless people in need of isolation due to COVID-19 have been finding temporary shelter at Elkhart Central High School, an arrangement now being criticized.
INDIANAPOLIS — Former U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita announced Wednesday that he will challenge state Attorney General Curtis Hill’s reelection bid, arguing Hill has been “wounded” by allegations that he groped a state lawmaker and three other women and that Republicans shouldn’t nominate him for the…
ELKHART — The City of Elkhart is coming from a position of strength in facing the coronavirus-related financial impact that will hit over the coming years.
ELKHART — Mayor Rod Roberson held his second virtual COVID-19 town hall on Wednesday, discussing how the municipal government is getting back on track while the virus continues to spread.
ELKHART — After years of growing budgets and significant government investments in the community, the City of Elkhart could soon have to tighten its belt.
WASHINGTON — Sen. Bernie Sanders, who saw his once strong lead in the Democratic primary evaporate as the party's establishment lined swiftly up behind rival Joe Biden, ended his presidential bid on Wednesday, an acknowledgment that the former vice president is too far ahead for him to have …
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.
ELKHART — Police Chief Chris Snyder is supporting Mayor Rod Roberson’s decision this week to back out of a deal to buy a former Bayer facility and make it a public safety headquarters.
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.
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…
ELKHART — When two Elkhart police chases ended fatally in June, then-Mayor Tim Neese asked the groups already reviewing the Police Department to see if there might be an issue with how the department engaged in vehicle pursuits.
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.
ELKHART — Local state lawmakers are among dozens in Indiana who received campaign support from the leaders of two virtual charter schools accused of taking millions of dollars in state funding despite, in some cases, having no online course activity.
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.
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.