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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: FBI, Government, Crimes, Elections, Politics
AIKEN, S.C. (AP) — South Carolina officials say a 10-year-old trick-or-treater pulled a handgun on a woman who joked that she'd steal his Halloween candy. The Augusta Chronicle reported Tuesday (http://bit.ly/sCv0B7 ) a 28-year-old woman told...
Tags: Halloween, Theft, Government, Politics
BENTON HARBOR – It took about five months, but Benton Harbor's police and fire unions finally reached an agreement for cops and firefighters to do both jobs. The city's emergency financial manager says it will eventually make the city self-reliant....
SOUTH BEND — Whether on or off the job, soon South Bend firefighters will not be allowed to Facebook, tweet, or blog anything relating to their job. About two years ago, a firefighter posted a picture to Facebook while responding to a call. That...
Tags: Employees, Sociology, Politics, Arts and Culture, Mass Media
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Three dogs involved in an alleged Monroe County, Mich., dog-fighting ring could be freed in the coming days from an animal control facility. The Blade of Toledo, Ohio, reports (http://bit.ly/sQePr1 ) that Monroe County Circuit...
Tags: Government, Judges, Justice System, Politics
Indiana Michigan Power is warning people of the public safety risk as a result of the recent rise of copper theft in northern Indiana. I&M is reporting that thieves have been targeting copper wire and equipment from areas ranging from utility poles,...
BENTON HARBOR — It’s not a done deal yet, but Benton Harbor is one step closer to getting the OK to combine the police and fire departments. Benton Harbor's emergency financial manager, Joseph Harris, wants Benton Harbor police and fire to...
As snowplows try to wend their way through Michiana streets, be aware that most areas have declared a snow emergency for today. That means that you should stay off the roads, if you can, but also pay attention to where you’ve parked your car....
KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) — Authorities in southwest Michigan say officers fatally shot a man coming toward one while holding a knife. Kalamazoo Public Safety officers said they received a call Tuesday from a man who said he was holding a hostage...
Tags: Government, Crimes, Crime, Law and Justice, Michigan, Politics
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND — In what could have been described as electoral speed dating, the men vying for voters’ hearts took turns Saturday stating their views and telling why they should become the city’s next mayor. All seven candidates, four...
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — A safety inspector admitted he never tested a children's train ride that derailed over the weekend, killing a 6-year-old boy and injuring dozens of others, state officials said Monday, and witnesses described the small engine...
A city patrolman accepted a 30-day unpaid suspension today for an incident involving his ex-wife. In a letter to the Board of Public Safety, 1st Class Patrolman Christopher Bortone told the board that he accepted the punishment handed down by Chief...
Tags: Government, Elections, Politics
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