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DECATUR, Ind. (AP) — The tattoo on the inside of Justin York's left arm is hard to discern. Glancing at it one way, you can see the word "Life." If you look at it another way, it reads "Death." If you look at it without knowing how to read it,...
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The penalties for marijuana possession and dealing will be tougher than first proposed in a major overhaul of Indiana's criminal sentencing laws under changes approved Thursday by a state Senate committee. The move to...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A plan to overhaul Indiana's criminal sentencing laws is moving through the Legislature with broad bipartisan support, although some county officials are worried it will shift costs to the local level. Supporters expect the...
LYNN, Ind. (AP) — An Indiana hunter who killed what wildlife experts say is the "deer of a lifetime" could be denied a spot in the record books because authorities say he took the buck illegally. Austin Spain, 21, of Lynn, told investigators he...
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DETROIT (AP) — A former aide pleaded no contest Tuesday to forgery in an election scandal that ruined the political career of a longtime Detroit-area congressman. Don Yowchuang, who was deputy district director to then-U.S. Rep. Thaddeus McCotter,...
Indiana State Excise PoliceOSCEOLA – Indiana State Excise Police officers arrested 13 people on 21 charges after responding to complaints of underage drinking at an Osceola home early Sunday morning. Deputies with the St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Office and excise...
South Bend TribuneCASSOPOLIS — A 23-year-old Edwardsburg man with a record so extensive that he’s classified as a four-time habitual offender is headed to prison for torching businesses in an industrial park in Edwardsburg, causing $712,000 in damage. In...
DETROIT (AP) — A pioneering sex researcher's son who was cited for masturbating in New York's Central Park earlier this year was arrested in a rural Michigan sting operation for allegedly exposing himself to two female undercover investigators. A...
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Notre Dame Quarterback Tommy Rees has pleaded guilty to charges from his May 3 arrest during a party at a home just south of the Notre Dame campus. Per the plea agreement, Rees pleaded guilty to: - Illegal consumption of alcohol by a minor, a Class C...
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SOUTH BEND – A former bank president accused of molesting a 6-year-old girl in May 2008 has been sentenced to two years in prison for violating the terms of a plea agreement. 45-year-old William Peterson of Granger pleaded guilty to sexual battery...
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Tommy Rees is still in the running to be Notre Dame’s long-term answer at quarterback, but he will be a long-distance spectator Sept. 1, when the Irish open the 2012 season against Navy in Dublin, Ireland. ND head coach Brian Kelly announced...
SOUTH BEND - Notre Dame quarterback Tommy Rees pleaded guilty Monday to illegal consumption by a minor and resisting arrest in a St. Joseph County court, as part of a plea agreement in connection to his May 3rd arrest. Both are misdemeanor offenses....
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