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The FBI Violent Crime Task Force and Benton Harbor Department of Public Safety are investigating after a pipe bomb was set off at C.O.G.I.C Village apartment complex on Territorial Road. This happened Wednesday. Police say the blast blew out a window...
SOUTH BEND — A South Bend police officer accused of sexually assaulting two women in separate incidents in September was placed on administrative leave without pay during a special meeting of the Board of Public Safety Thursday morning. Officer...
Tags: Rape, Government, Abusive Behavior, Trials, Politics
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Homeland Security Department is recommending canceling deportation proceedings for more than 1,600 illegal immigrants in Baltimore and Denver. The recommendations come after a review of cases pending in federal immigration...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Overwhelming "human gridlock" in Indianapolis' Super Bowl Village was causing police to rethink crowd control Saturday on the eve of the big game. Eleven people were injured Friday night as an estimated 50,000 people flooded...
Tags: Music, Health, Government, Injuries and Wounds, Concerts
MISHAWAKA – Public safety and your tax dollars are becoming a touchy topic in the race for Mishawaka mayor. The push is on for new public safety equipment. Mishawaka Professional Fire Fighters Union Local 360 said they need it now, but Mayor...
Tags: Government, Regional Authority, Politics
MISHAWAKA — Craig Fry feels the city is missing out on some big bucks. The Democratic candidate said that, if elected mayor on Nov. 8, he would hire or contract with a grant writer to seek money for things like public safety and utilities. "There...
ELKHART – The Occupy Wall Street movement recently started in New York as a grass roots protest of corporate greed. Some protestors in major cities are sleeping on sidewalks and in parks while getting their message out. Such protests have spread...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterMaking sure residents are safe in their homes and neighborhoods is perhaps the most-basic function of city government. The candidates running to be South Bend’s next mayor understand that. The three men - Democrat Pete Buttigieg, Republican...
Benton Harbor combined the police and fire department into Public Safety Officers and now neighboring St. Joseph may be on its way to doing the same thing. The city commission voted Monday night to have a study done to see how the change would work. But...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND - The three men running to be the city’s next mayor laid out their ideas and debated Thursday during a forum at Indiana University South Bend. Democrat Pete Buttigieg, Republican Wayne Curry and Libertarian Patrick Farrell have less than...
Tags: Tampa, Government, Business, Libertarian Party, Cell Phones
The 6th District on the Mishawaka Common Council includes parts of the city’s north side. Find a map of all the city’s districts at www.southbendtribune.com/elections. Here are the candidates. Republican: Jim Pingel -43 years old -Works...
GOSHEN – Violent crime in Goshen has become political in the race for mayor. But is crime in Goshen really rising? It's fall in the Maple City, but along with turning leaves, yellow tape has become a common sight in some Goshen neighborhoods. In...
Tags: Crimes, Government, FBI, Murder, Elections
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