Indiana Local News Wire

The Collegiate Commons has put together a local news aggregator for Indiana to make keeping up with local news and events easier.

East-Central Indiana

Wayne County Info

Western Wayne News

  • If a race car driver were to assume the role of a baseball pitcher and was limited to one pitch, most fans might expect to see a fastball. But when 20-year-old Presley Sorah, a Cambridge City resident, was invited by the Indianapolis Indians to throw out the ceremonial first pitch before their game on Saturday, […]
  • Through communications with Indiana’s other auditors, Wayne County Auditor Mark Hoelscher has learned other auditors are resigning their positions. Ten, so far, Hoelscher said. That led Hoelscher — in the 19th month of his term — to gather his staff July 9 and announce that he has no plans to resign and, in fact, will […]
  • The Hagerstown Little League Majors team cleared the first hurdle in their quest to advance to the Little League World Series. They defeated New Castle by the score of 2-1 to win the District 6 title and earn the right to advance to the state tournament to be played at Lebanon.  The boys in purple, […]
  • Neighbors, first responders and utility workers collaborated to clean up extensive storm debris and block traffic to offer protection from downed power lines on Sunday, July 14. Cambridge City received the most visible damage from the storm just before 2:30 p.m. Town officials quickly urged residents and visitors to stay off roads so cleanup could […]
  • Mulch is dumped on Friday, July 5, at the new playground being built in East Germantown next to the Wayne Bank Unit of Boys & Girls Clubs of Wayne County, 519 Queen St. The town raised $55,332 and received $50,000 through Indiana Housing & Community Development Authority’s CreatINg Places grant program. The equipment will include […]
  • Richmond High School has announced the appointment of Robert Lee as its new athletic director. He assumed the role on July 1.  Lee is a native of Gary, where he was a standout football lineman at Gary Westside High School. He went on to play collegiately at Illinois State University for two seasons before a […]
  • The family of Ron Hoover gathers June 27 at the Wayne County Fairgrounds to dedicate the new gazebo in his memory. Hoover, a Hagerstown-area farmer and member of Wayne County Farm Bureau’s board and Wayne County Inventory Resources Council, died in 2020. Wayne County Farm Bureau donated the gazebo for his service to the community. […]
  • A few candidates have filed to serve Hagerstown and Dublin residents before the fall election. Residents from those two towns must file candidacy forms by noon Aug. 1 at Wayne County’s voter registration office inside the courthouse, 301 E. Main St., Richmond. Different filing deadlines apply for towns with populations of less than 3,500 so […]

Southeast Indiana

WRBI

  • Don’t miss Overtime with Terrance Arney and Leon Smith! Listen on Monday nights, following the 6:00 PM news. This week the guys drop in on Indiana State runner-up shot put and discus thrower Emarie Jackson […]
  • Mr. Daniel Hunt “Danny” Wilson, age 75, of East Enterprise, Indiana, entered this life on March 28, 1949 in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was the son of the late Daniel C. Wilson and Helen Marie (Hunt) […]
  • Melvin William Keyer, Sr., “Buckeye Bill”, 85, of East Enterprise, IN, passed away peacefully at his residence surrounded by family on Friday, July 12th, 2024. Bill was born in Cincinnati, OH on July 10, 1939, […]
  • (Statewide) – For years, Indiana home sellers have signed formal listing agreements with real estate brokers but now buyers also need written agreements before purchasing a home. The change is among 172 new laws approved […]
  • (Southeastern IN) – Several severe thunderstorm warnings were issued Monday evening in Ripley and Decatur counties after heavy rain and storms rumbled through the area. Large hail fell in Greensburg, and there was some rotation […]
  • (Southeastern IN) – A Flood Watch goes into effect at Noon today and runs through 7 p.m. Wednesday. The National Weather Service says flash flooding caused by excessive rainfall is possible, especially along rivers, creeks, […]
  • Coming up at the Decatur County 4-H Fair on Tuesday, July 16th at 9 AM is the Horse & Pony Show in the Horse Arena. At 6, carnival rides, booths, and food stands open on […]

WTRE

  • 5 people were front and center to try and claim $500 for the group of their choice. Cornerstone Bakery brought boxes of donuts by the dozen. The top two, Chris Ramey and Calvin Venable, were […]
  • Two people ride for the price of one tonight at the Decatur County Fair. Luehrs’ Ideal Rides Midway OPENS at 5 PM .
  • Donna Kay “Katie” Lamping, age 80, of Oldenburg, passed away on Thursday, July 11,
  • Frank William Thompson, age 84, sadly passed away on Friday, July 12,
  • From the Decatur County Sheriff’s Department On Friday, July 12, 2024 at approximately 5:30 PM, the Decatur County Sheriff’sDepartment investigated a crash involving one vehicle near the 135 mile marker oneastbound I-74.The driver of the […]
  • Decatur County Commissioners Agenda July 15, 20248 amAmended WelcomeTitle VI FormsPledgePrayer – Mike Bartlett, Westport Christian ChurchReview July 1st minutesApproval of Claims and Payroll Claims Todd Houk, Highway Department Topics:Safe Streets 4 AllFletcher Power Road […]
  • The 2024 Decatur County Fair Parade will kick off at 3pm Sunday July 14th with the parade route continuing from Ireland Street to Park Road and on toward the Fairgrounds. New this year, the parade […]
  •  The Elevator at the Decatur County Courthouse will be inoperable starting 7/18/24

Register Publications

  •  Keith A. Jewett of Dillsboro passed away at the age of 69 on Sunday, July 14, 2024, at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Lawrenceburg. Filter-DeVries-Moore Funeral… Login to continue reading Login Sign up for complimentary access Sign Up Now Close The post KEITH A. JEWETT appeared first on Register Publications.
  • AURORA – An important part of the students’ experience is the library. The post Libraries enhance experiences at schools appeared first on Register Publications.
  •  Mark Edward Lutz, 58, of Bright, Ind., passed away July 10, 2024, at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Edgewood, Ky. Mark was born May 16, 1966,… Login to continue reading Login Sign up for complimentary access Sign Up Now Close The post MARK EDWARD LUTZ appeared first on Register Publications.
  •  Ruth Ann Lewis, 81, Dillsboro, Ind., passed away July 13, 2024. Arrangements by Markland Funeral Home. Login to continue reading Login Sign up for complimentary access Sign Up Now Close The post RUTH ANN LEWIS appeared first on Register Publications.
  •  Mr. Daniel Hunt “Danny” Wilson, 75, of East Enterprise, Ind., died Friday, July 12, 2024. Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, Vevay, Ind., is assisting the… Login to continue reading Login Sign up for complimentary access Sign Up Now Close The post DANIEL HUNT “DANNY” WILSON appeared first on Register Publications.
  •  Roy Edward Witte, 90, from Aurora, Ind., passed away July 13, 2024. Services entrusted to Rullman Hunger Funeral Home. Login to continue reading Login Sign up for complimentary access Sign Up Now Close The post ROY EDWARD WITTE appeared first on Register Publications.
  • GREENDCASTLE – Mae Crosby was named to the Dean’s List at DePauw University. Crosby is in the class of 2025. She is double majoring in… Login to continue reading Login Sign up for complimentary access Sign Up Now Close The post Crosby makes honors appeared first on Register Publications.
  • 29th AnnualALL-DEARBORN COUNTY2023-24 Girls BasketballBy Register PublicationsFIRST TEAMPos.-Player, School Ht. The post All-Dearborn County Girls Basketball 2023-24 appeared first on Register Publications.

News-Examiner

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Madison Courier

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The 812

WIKI 95.3

WSCH 99.3

South-Central Indiana

News and Tribune

WDRB

Crothersville Times

  • by Curt Kovener
    The tornado siren that failed to notify the community during an April tornado will be replaced, the Crothersville Town Council agreed during their July 3 meting. The vintage siren which formerly summoned local volunteer firefighters as far back as the 1960’s failed to function during a storm in early April. The faulty electronics were quickly […]
  • by Curt Kovener
    The Indiana State Department of Heath announced last week that mosquito pools in Scott County have tested positive for West Nile Virus. This is the first sign of the virus in Scott County this year, local health department officials reported. Scott County Environmentalist Tim Brunner declined to report which specific area of the county the […]
  • by Curt Kovener
    Austin Elementary School will hold a back-to-school bash from 4-6 p.m. in the Elementary School parking lot on Wednesday, July 31. There will be free school supplies provided by Duke Energy, thanks to the electric company’s $10,000 contribution. Students can meet teachers and school staff and visit classrooms. Students and their family will be treated […]
  • by Curt Kovener
    Subscription Special 2024
  • by Curt Kovener
    Last week’s Scott County Fair had various livestock shows hosted by the Scott County 4-H. The July 1 Sheep Show was one of the many shows featured in the show arena at the fairgrounds. Shown with her natural-colored ewe lamb is Shelby Bridge that won reserve grand champion. ~photo by Olivia Tucker
  • by Curt Kovener
    Farmers have until Aug. 1 to nominate candidates to serve on the Scott County Farm Service Agency (FSA) Committee. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) accepts nominations each year in certain Local Administrative Areas (LAAs) for individuals to serve on these locally led committees. “The Aug. 1 deadline is quickly approaching,” said Jerri George, executive […]
  • by Curt Kovener
    LEGAL NOTICE SUMMONS – SERVICE BY PUBLICATION State Of Indiana County Of Washington In The Washington Circuit Court Cause No. 88C01-2406-MF-0448 TOWD POINT MORTGAGE TRUST 2018-3, U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS INDENTURE TRUSTEE, Plaintiff, vs. THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AND DEVISEES OF BARBARA A. ROLL, DECEASED, THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AND DEVISEES OF STEPHEN D. ROLL, DECEASED […]
  • by Curt Kovener
    Aubree Couch (center) was crowned Miss Scott County Fair 2024 on Saturday to kick off this week’s fair festivities. She is the daughter of Robert and Amanda Couch. Pictured with Miss Scott County is her court Princess Evelyn Ousley (left), daughter of Erik and Angie Ousley and Miss Congeniality Ashley Rice (right), daughter of Landon […]

Brown County Democrat

  • MARTINSVILLE The post Lance Stephen McDonald appeared first on Brown County Democrat.
  • NASHVILLE The post Robert “Gene” VerSteeg appeared first on Brown County Democrat.
  • BRADENTON, FL The post Amy Kathleen Workman-Wyatt appeared first on Brown County Democrat.
  • United States Senator and gubernatorial candidate Mike Braun visited Brown County last week as part of his pledge to visit every county in the state. The post Senator Mike Braun visits Brown County amid 92-county tour appeared first on Brown County Democrat.
  • Relaxing on the water is a pivotal part of a Brown County summer. From lakes and ponds to creeks, rivers and streams, many Brown Countians choose to spend their free time exploring the water. The post Conservation officer urges water safety for all ages appeared first on Brown County Democrat.
  • “We see people on their worst days and make them better,” Southern Brown Volunteer Fire Department Chief Mike Morris said. “It (donations) allows our fire department to do what you call 911 for. It’s not funding the people, it’s funding the service.” The post Local fire department to raise $20,000 for matching grant appeared first […]
  • The periodical cicadas are all but gone and Brown County missed them. The big “dual brood” or cicada boom was a dud, with the closest place to them overlapping being in Springfield Ill., according to Cicada Mania. The post Cicada boom a bust: Annual cicadas to be seen in fall appeared first on Brown County […]
  • The Brown County Democrat would like to make a correction to the road closures story in the July 3 edition. Incorrect information was given to the Democrat regarding the Mount Liberty Road Bridge. The Bridge is not expected to be opened in July, but in early August. The post CORRECTION: Mount Liberty Road Bridge expected […]

The Seymour Tribune

  • LONDON (AP) — An Australian computer scientist found to have falsely claimed to be the mysterious creator of the bitcoin cryptocurrency will be referred to British prosecutors for “wholescale perjury and forgery of documents,” a London judge said Tuesday. Judge James Mellor, who ruled after a civil trial in March that Craig Wright was not […]
  • Arrests Jackson County Deborah Graves, 22, New Albany, warrant, bond pending or no bond required, 6:45 p.m. Monday. Tyler E. Easley, 30, Seymour, warrant, bond or no bond required, 7:08 p.m. Monday. Released at 7:19 p.m. Monday. David Neil Quate 34, Brownstown, possession of paraphernalia, possession of marijuana, Legend Drug prescription violation, possession of methamphetamine, […]
  • NEW YORK (AP) — Walmart has spent three years overhauling its mix of adult apparel to make it stylish as well as sensible for middle America. Now, the nation’s largest retailer is seizing the back-to-school shopping season to take another shot at fashion respectability. The company plans to relaunch its 30-year-old brand for teenagers and […]
  • UnitedHealth topped second-quarter forecasts but remains cautious about the year as it continues to eat costs from a massive cyberattack and deal with rising medical expenses. The health care giant on Tuesday said it was sticking with an adjusted earnings forecast for 2024 that it first laid out last fall partly due to growing costs […]
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  • DEIR AL-BALAH, Gaza Strip (AP) — Israeli strikes in the central Gaza Strip overnight into Tuesday killed 24 people, including women and children, according to hospital records, in deadly violence that continues to rage as Israel and Hamas weigh the latest cease-fire proposal. The deaths in Nuseirat and Zawaida, which included 10 women and four […]
  • WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats are trying to offer political counterprograming to the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, announcing $15 million to fund campaign operations in seven key swing states — even as some in the party have urged President Joe Biden to bow out of November’s election. The Democratic National Committee announced Tuesday that it […]
  • LAS VEGAS (AP) — President Joe Biden returns to the campaign trail Tuesday for the first time since the attempted assassination of his Republican rival, former President Donald Trump, aiming to sharpen the choice voters will face this November in the wake of the attack. Biden will speak at the NAACP convention in Las Vegas, […]

WBIW/WPHZ/WQRK

  • INDIANA —In a remarkable achievement for sustainable agriculture, the latest results from the Conservation Tillage Transect survey reveal that 1.7 million acres of farmland across all crops… The post Hoosier farmers and landowners broke conservation record for the third year in a row appeared first on WBIW.
  • INDIANAPOLIS – Graduation of the 85th Indiana State Police Recruit Academy is Thursday, July 18, 2024, at 5:30 p.m. The event will be held in the… The post Graduation of the 85th Indiana State Police Recruit Academy appeared first on WBIW.
  • LAWRENCE CO. – Flash flooding caused by excessive rainfall continues to be possible today. Portions of central Indiana, including Lawrence and surrounding counties, are under… The post Lawrence and surrounding counties are under a flood warning appeared first on WBIW.
  • INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Grain Indemnity Corporation (IGIC) will hold a public board of directors meeting on Thursday, July 18, 2024, at 9:00 a.m. ET… The post Indiana Grain Indemnity Corporation meeting appeared first on WBIW.
  • MARION — Indiana Wesleyan University is proud to announce an outstanding achievement by its Pre-licensure Nursing program. According to the official results of the State Board… The post Indiana Wesleyan University announces 100% pass rate for NCLEX-RN appeared first on WBIW.
  • STATEHOUSE — State Sen. Eric Koch (R-Bedford) was reappointed to the Probate Code Study Committee by Senate President Pro Tem Rodric Bray (R-Martinsville).  The committee studies and… The post State Sen. Eric Koch was reappointed to the Probate Code Study Committee appeared first on WBIW.
  • Bedford Police Department Incidents – July 15 Incidents – July 14 Lawrence County Sheriff’s Department Arrests – July 15 Incidents – July 16 Incidents –… The post Police Log: July 16, 2024 appeared first on WBIW.
  • INDIANA —The Indiana Office of Utility recommends that Duke Energy reduce its pending rate request by more than 60%. According to a release, Duke Energy… The post Office of Utility asking Duke Energy to cut rate hike by more than 60% appeared first on WBIW.

Indiana Public Media

  • 205 E Palmer StIndianapolis, IN 46225 Saturday, August 31, 2024, 12 – 10pm Richhfest is a celebration focused on inclusion, networking, and community support. This event aims to foster unity and give back to the community, providing a free platform for everyone to participate. Richhfest will feature vendors, food trucks, live DJ’s, local artist performances, bounce houses, […]
  • 114 E Kirkwood Ave Friday, August 30, 2024, 3 – 6:20pm 1. Theme: Summer Jam 2024 Glow In The Dark Party is a vibrant and futuristic atmosphere with a neon theme. We encourage our guests to dress in glow-in-the-dark outfits and provide glow sticks or neon accessories for everyone.2. Decorations: We will have black lights throughout the […]
  • John Waldron Arts Center Firebay122 S. Walnut St. bloomington, IN 47403 Thursday, August 29, 7:30pm – Sunday, September 8, 2024, 4:30pm Join Eclipse Productions for their FIRST COMEDY and show #3!!! Five distant bridesmaids have gone separate ways in life, but reconnect at a friend's wedding in this hilarious, real-world comedy!We produce high-quality- authentic and true-to-life […]
  • Bloomington Brewing Co. Brewery Thursday, August 29, 2024, 5 – 8pm Thirsty Thursday is a great way to end the week. We will be serving Bloomington Brewing Co. Beer, food from our partnered food truck, and live music from local bands. This is a family friendly event with games for all ages. Come enjoy the end of […]
  • Press: Ribbon Town Conference Center inside Four Winds Casino-South BendPublic: Streaming only in development Wednesday, August 28, 2024, 7:30 – 9pm Invitees to Forum panel:Rep Frank Mrvan – 1st District (LaPorte)Rep Ruby Yakym – 2nd District (South Bend)Rep Jim Banks – 3rd District (US Indiana Senate candidate)Dr. Valerie McCray – US Indiana Senate candidateAndy Horning – US […]
  • Nashville United Methodist Church36 S Jefferson StNashville IN 47448 Saturday, August 24, 2024, 7 – 9pm We conclude our series with a magical evening devoted to landmarks of French chamber music.Fauré: String Quartet, op. 120Ravel: String QuartetFauré: Piano Quintet no. 1, op. 89Ariel QuartetAndreas Ioannides, piano Presenter: ChamberFest Brown County Contact: (440) 864-2345 Cost: Concerts are provided at no cost. […]
  • Coxhall Gardens11677 Towne RoadCarmel, IN 46032 Friday, August 23, 2024, 8:30 – 10:15pm Come join us for a delightful evening at Coxhall Gardens as the Carmel Symphony Orchestra performs a the music you know and love on August 23. The Centerpiece Amphitheater provides an exceptional venue for creating memories for your family, friends, or associates. The beauty […]
  • St Agnes Catholic Church1008 McLary RoadNashville IN 47448 Friday, August 23, 2024, 7 – 9pm An unforgettable evening of Slavic music forstrings: dark, exuberant, impassioned.Shostakovich: String Quartet, op. 110Martinů; Three Madrigals, H. 313Tchaikovsky: String Sextet. Op. 70 “Souvenir of Florence”Lincoln String Quartet with Peter Stumpf, celloAtar Arad, violaMaurice Neuman, cello Presenter: ChamberFest Brown County Contact: (440) 864-2345 Cost: Concerts are […]

Southwest Indiana

WEHT

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Dubois County Herald

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West-Central Indiana

WTWO (Terre Haute)

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Northwest Indiana

Northwest Indiana Times

Indiana 105

Chesterton Tribune

  • Chesterton Art Center seeks volunteers for art fair The Chesterton Art Fair is looking for volunteers for Aug 2-4! Volunteers are an essential part of the success of this event celebrating the arts and benefiting Chesterton Art Center. Individuals and groups are welcome, and volunteer tasks and schedules are varied. There is something for everyone […]
  • The Pond Enhancement Loop Project at the Coffee Creek Park is running into a slight delay because of an issue involving one pier but should be finished by the end of July. Chesterton Park Director Tyler McLead shared with the Park Board that it was found that the pier on the west side of the […]
  • Andrew Zimmerman graduates from Baldwin Wallace University Andrew Zimmerman of Chesterton, a graduate of Chesterton High School, graduated from Baldwin Wallace University in Berea, Ohio, with a Master of Business Administration: Sport Management. While the reverberations of COVID-19 have faded, Baldwin Wallace University’s 174th Commencement exercises noted how the pandemic shaped the college experience for […]
  • While there are some very essential elements required to render pork into a perfectly “pulled” palate-pleasing sandwich, none are that difficult to master, making it possible for all of us to master it in time for our nation’s birthday! At its most basic, pulled pork is hog cooked at a medium temperature for a long […]
  • Science Fridays Series at Portage Lakefront Pavilion Expand your knowledge and join fellow nature enthusiasts for a night of educational fun and wonder. Science Fridays at Indiana Dunes National Park is a monthly series of presentations given by subject matter experts with a different topic each month. On Friday, June 21, from 5:30 p.m. – […]
  • Lutheran Summer Music season at Valpo University Valparaiso University is proud to host over 250 students, faculty, fellows and staff — representing 30 states and two countries — as they come together for a summer of music and worship with the 2024 Lutheran Summer Music (LSM) season. This season will feature over 30 free, public […]
  • Liberty Intermediate School Honor Roll Liberty Intermediate School has recognized 289 students on the honor roll for earning at least 3.0 grade point average for the fourth nine weeks’. Of those, 190 students are listed on the Principal’s Honor Roll for earning a grade point average of 3.66 or higher for the fourth nine weeks’ […]
  • Nothing beats locally-grown strawberries, especially if you are blessed to live in the Midwest! This is because locally-grown strawberries are more fully ripened while on the vine, which gives them a sweeter flavor, and brighter red color throughout the entire berry. Strawberries from other states are picked before they fully ripen to help extend their […]

Gary Crusader

  • Though the warm temperatures and summer rain are great for your lawn, garden and mental health, it can also hatch a new generation of mosquitos and ticks who need to eat blood to survive. Even if you take preventive measures, the best-laid plans can result in a bug bite that usually needs at least minimal […]
  • Is it immoral to be tantalized by the siren songs of alternate histories where the world isn’t scarred by hatred, totalitarianism, genocide, lynching, segregation and world war? As an interpreter of American life, I’ve learned that there are watershed moments from the past that hang suspended in time and pregnant with possibility. One such moment […]
  • Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita is suing the City of East Chicago for what he claims are violations of the state’s ban on “sanctuary cities.” The complaint, filed in Lake County Superior Court, alleges that an East Chicago ordinance — adopted in 2017 — violates Indiana law by “restrict[ing] taking certain actions regarding information of […]
  • SHERREE LEE, CREATIVE Talent Manager and Director of A&R, top photo. Joan Sullivan, President of Urban Ideas (left), and daughter Ashley Sullivan, A&R and Artist Manager for Chicago Creed. Billboard Magazine named Kingdom Records, Inc., founded in 2003, and the exclusive label for Shekinah Glory Ministry, as one of the top ten indie labels in […]
  • Presidential criminal immunity opens the door to dictatorship Only days before the nation marked its 248th anniversary, the nation’s highest court announced a long-awaited ruling on the question of presidential immunity. While families and communities finalized plans for annual festivities marking the holiday, the nation’s highest court delayed the court term’s most important case to […]
  • As former President Donald Trump exited the building where he had been found guilty of 34 felonies on May 30, 2024, he waved and raised a clenched fist to those who had gathered outside. He had made the same gesture when surrendering to New York authorities after his indictment in the case in April 2023. And at the end […]
  • With more than 100 people shot, of whom 19 were killed, over the four-day July Fourth holiday, Mayor Brandon Johnson and Police Superintendent Larry Snelling asked for community help during a press conference held on Monday, July 8. The top cop vowed to find and arrest those responsible for killing mothers and children in particular, […]
  • In recent news, the Chicago Bulls signed forward/center Adama Sanogo to a two-way contract. Sanago, 6-9, 245, appeared in nine games with Chicago in 2023-24 averaging 4.0 points and 4.0 rebounds in 7.3 minutes. His rookie campaign was highlighted by a 22-point, 20-rebound performance at Washington (4/12), which made Sanogo the second rookie in Bulls […]

Region News Source

  • On Friday July 12, 2024, at approximately 7:15 PM, Schererville Police and Fire were dispatched to 73rd Ave and Burr St in regards to a vehicle vs bicycle accident, according to Schererville Police. Preliminary investigation indicates that a male subject was riding a bicycle southbound on the bike path, crossing 73rd Ave, when he was […]
  • On July 12, 2024, the Lake County Prosecutor’s Office Homicide Task Force secured Felony Murder charges against 40 year old Maya D. Washington of Gary, Indiana. She is currently in custody at the Lake County Sheriff Department Jail. On July 4, 2024, at approximately 10:30 p.m., officers were dispatched to 3600 Superior Court in East […]
  • Indiana Conservation Officers were called to Whihala Beach Friday afternoon, around 1 PM, to make the recovery of 2 bodies who went missing after jumping into Lake Michigan. The bodies of Eduardo Rivera Jr., 45, and Salvador Lopez, 32, both of Elk Grove, Ill., were recovered this afternoon from Lake Michigan. Both victims were located […]
  • Jennifer Wilson the foster mother of 10-year-old, Dakota Levi Stevens, has been charged with Reckless Homicide Friday, according to court documents. Porter County Police were at the home Friday around 1 PM but didn’t appear to take anyone into custody. Wilson is not believed to be in custody at this time and possibly out of […]
  • On Thursday July 11, 2024, Highland Police officers were assisting other police agencies with a Lake County Saturation Patrol when Highland Officer observed a black 2006 Lexus traveling northbound on Broadway going over I-80/94. The officer’s attention was drawn to the car due to loud noises coming from the vehicle, according to Highland Police. The […]
  • On Sunday, 6/30/2024, Officers of the Lake Station Police Department were notified of heavy pedestrian foot traffic in the area of 28th Avenue and Dekalb Street. While on scene investigating the complaint, an unidentified offending vehicle fired shots towards a crowd of pedestrians on the side walk, at which point an Officer with the Lake […]
  • On Saturday June 29, 2024 at 5:18 PM, the Porter County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to the area of Smoke Rd and Division Rd for a SUV vs motorcycle crash. Two people were on the motorcycle at the time of the crash, one was pronounced deceased on scene and the other was transported to an […]
  • At approximately 9:30 PM on June 29, 2024, Griffith officers were dispatched to a disturbance involving numerous injuries due to a fireworks accident in the 900 block of N Arbogast Street, according to Griffith Police. Officers, Griffith Fire Department, and EMS personnel immediately responded to the scene, where they found several victims. It appears that […]

La Porte County Herald Dispatch

North-Central Indiana

Elkhart Truth

Real News Michiana

  • HELP SUPPORT INDEPENDENT JOURNALISM BY BECOMING A SUBSCRIBING MEMBER. YOU CAN ALSO MAKE A ONE TIME DONATION HERE. SOUTH BEND, Ind. — The Secretary for the St. Joseph County Council, Jennifer Prawat, took to social media to praise the assassination attempt against former President Donald Trump at a rally in Pennsylvania on Saturday, according to sources. “Close […]
  • HELP SUPPORT INDEPENDENT JOURNALISM BY BECOMING A SUBSCRIBING MEMBER. YOU CAN ALSO MAKE A ONE TIME DONATION HERE. SOUTH BEND, Ind. — The former Democrat Board Member of the St. Joseph County Voter Registration Office, Amanda Konrath, is claiming the assassination attempt against President Donald Trump was fake. Konrath, who also assists in several local Democrat campaigns […]
  • HELP SUPPORT INDEPENDENT JOURNALISM BY BECOMING A SUBSCRIBING MEMBER. YOU CAN ALSO MAKE A ONE TIME DONATION HERE. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — REAL News Michiana has learned some Democrats could be heard cheering at the Indiana Democrat Party Convention this weekend after learning about the assassination attempt against former President Donald Trump on Saturday evening. “I’m at the […]
  • HELP SUPPORT INDEPENDENT JOURNALISM BY BECOMING A SUBSCRIBING MEMBER. YOU CAN ALSO MAKE A ONE TIME DONATION HERE. SOUTH BEND, Ind. — REAL News Michiana has learned the St. Joseph County Republican Party is pushing for some members to sign Non Disclosure Agreements if they wish to be part of certain committees. Several third hand sources detailed […]
  • HELP SUPPORT INDEPENDENT JOURNALISM BY BECOMING A SUBSCRIBING MEMBER. YOU CAN ALSO MAKE A ONE TIME DONATION HERE. SOUTH BEND, Ind. — A small group of protesters took to the streets in front of the Trader Joe’s grocery store in South Bend to protest Feta Cheese on Wednesday. It turns out, the Feta Cheese sold at Trader […]
  • HELP SUPPORT INDEPENDENT JOURNALISM BY BECOMING A SUBSCRIBING MEMBER. YOU CAN ALSO MAKE A ONE TIME DONATION HERE. SOUTH BEND, Ind. — REAL News Michiana has learned all charges against former South Bend Common Council District 2 candidate Roosevelt Stewart (R) have been dismissed. South Bend Police arrested Stewart in August of 2023 after he was accused […]
  • SOUTH BEND, Ind. — The Republican nominee for St. Joseph County Council District I, Anthony “Andy” Rutten, filed a challenge to the candidacy of a conservative who is running for a seat on the Penn Harris Madison School Board in an attempt to get him thrown off the ballot this fall. The reason: The candidate […]
  • HELP SUPPORT INDEPENDENT JOURNALISM BY BECOMING A SUBSCRIBING MEMBER. YOU CAN ALSO MAKE A ONE TIME DONATION HERE. SOUTH BEND, Ind. — REAL News Michiana is learning more about the drunk driving arrest of a well-known area lawyer, Notre Dame Law Professor and former South Bend School Board Member. According to arrest documents, Rodolfo “Rudy” Monterrosa nearly […]

Rochester Sentinel

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WROI Radio

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North-Eastern Indiana

Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

KPC News

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WANE 15

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Central Indiana

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The Lebanon Reporter

The Hamilton County Reporter

  • Fallen Firefighters Memorial dedicated on July 10 By ANNA MITCHELL anna@readthereporter.com “Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.” – John…
  • I never thought I was an anxious person until I realized how much anxiety I carried with me. Maybe you can relate. My travel delays to and from Tampa don’t…
  • By RICHIE HALL sports@readthereporter.com NOBLESVILLE – The person that was most surprised about Cheyenne Boggs winning the Hamilton County 4-H Queen Pageant was likely Cheyenne Boggs. The Strawtown resident and…
  • Prevail, a leading non-profit organization dedicated to supporting survivors of crime and abuse on their path to healing, has announced the date of its highly anticipated Celebration of Hope Gala….
  • By STU CLAMPITT news@readthereporter.com When the curtain opens at Basile Westfield Playhouse this week and next, you will have left Hamilton County behind. You will instead spend the evening in…
  • By ADAM PINSKER WISH-TV | wishtv.com Residents in and around a northern Hamilton County town are worried about a proposal to build a solid-waste transfer station on U.S. 31 between…
  • INTRODUCTION V.O.: Ineptitude … Failure … Inanity … Stupidity … MURDER! … MURDER!!… MURDER!!! This is How I Broke This. SFX: (cartoonish broken spring) BOINGGGGGGG. GUY RAZZ: I’m Guy Razz,…
  • On Sunday, July 21 from 1 to 3 p.m., Family Promise of Hamilton County will hold a “family reunion” at Shelter No. 5 at Noblesville’s Forest Park. This event will…

Greenfield Daily Reporter

  • Editor’s note: The Daily Reporter will occasionally feature updates from local clubs and social circles. To share photos, news and announcements from your club, email dr-editorial@greenfieldreporter.com. The post Club news: Local citizens recognized, community events planned appeared first on The Daily Reporter – Greenfield Indiana.
  • Susan Livingston recently shared this shot of a rainbow, taken on Hancock CR 400 North. The Daily Reporter frequently features photos of the local community, taken by members of our community. Take your best shot and email a picture to dr-editorial@greenfieldreporter.com with information about the photo. The post Take your best shot appeared first on […]
  • GREENFIELD – Hancock County’s residential market remained strong in June, according to a press release from the F.C. Tucker Company. The post Home sale prices continue to rise appeared first on The Daily Reporter – Greenfield Indiana.
  • GREENFIELD – A Greenfield couple is puttin’ on the ritz — literally. The post ‘Coolest thing ever’: Greenfield couple scores room makeover from online contest appeared first on The Daily Reporter – Greenfield Indiana.
  • Sister Cities 5K event coming up The post Community briefs appeared first on The Daily Reporter – Greenfield Indiana.
  • LONDON (AP) — An Australian computer scientist found to have falsely claimed to be the mysterious creator of the bitcoin cryptocurrency will be referred to British prosecutors for “wholescale perjury and forgery of documents,” a London judge said Tuesday. Judge James Mellor, who ruled after a civil trial in March that Craig Wright was not […]
  • NEW YORK (AP) — Walmart has spent three years overhauling its mix of adult apparel to make it stylish as well as sensible for middle America. Now, the nation’s largest retailer is seizing the back-to-school shopping season to take another shot at fashion respectability. The company plans to relaunch its 30-year-old brand for teenagers and […]
  • UnitedHealth topped second-quarter forecasts but remains cautious about the year as it continues to eat costs from a massive cyberattack and deal with rising medical expenses. The health care giant on Tuesday said it was sticking with an adjusted earnings forecast for 2024 that it first laid out last fall partly due to growing costs […]

Shelbyville News

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