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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Two lawyers who challenged Indiana's immigration law said the U.S. Supreme Court's decision Monday to throw out part of a similar law in Arizona reinforces a federal judge's decision to block the Indiana statute. "If nothing...
Tags: Judges, Career and Workplace, Laws, Politics, Lawyers
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — State attorneys say the ACLU is exaggerating the powers Indiana's new immigration law gives to local police in an effort to persuade a federal judge to throw out parts of the law. In a brief filed this week in U.S. District...
ELKHART COUNTY – Last week's violent crime spree in Elkhart County has now put the spotlight on illegal immigrants and crime. WSBT’s Fact Finder 22 team did some more digging Tuesday on how Elkhart County police and prosecutors handle...
Tags: Judges, Career and Workplace, Indiana, Politics, Crimes
HAMMOND, Ind. (AP) — A northwestern Indiana group has launched a second legal challenge to the immigration law approved by state legislators this year. East Chicago-based Union Benefica Mexicana filed the lawsuit Tuesday with the federal court in...
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The man who chased down a suspected child abductor and saved a 6-year-old girl from what could have been a horrible fate this week in Albuquerque, N.M., will be honored Friday as a hero by the mayor. But 24-year-old Antonio...
ELKHART COUNTY – New details are emerging about the man police believe was at the center of last week's violent Elkhart County crime spree. According to court documents, the suspect – Francisco J. Macias, 31 – is not a legal U.S....
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ELKHART COUNTY – Police have released the identity of the man who burned to death inside a car after two stabbings, a deadly house fire and a police chase in Elkhart County last week. DNA results from the Indiana State Police laboratory confirm the...
DETROIT (AP) — A robbery of illegal immigrants has exposed sharp differences at the Michigan Supreme Court. Chief Justice Robert Young Jr. broke with the court's conservative bloc and joined three liberal justices in letting a minimum five-year...
Tags: Judges, Career and Workplace, Crime Victims, Theft, Politics
EDWARDSBURG — Yes, says Pete Konetchy, he’d be a lone voice in Congress should he win the Republican nomination to U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow’s seat next year and defeat the Michigan Democrat in the November 2012 election. But he’s...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSeventy-three percent of Indiana businesses are concerned about the “brain drain,” or the number of top young talent who leave Indiana, according to a recent Indiana Business Council Survey. “A lot of people might not agree with me, but...
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...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterStephanie Turner held up a black shiny tennis shoe wearing a look on her face that searched for a punchline. “They sell crack. They sell guns,” Turner said of area convenience stores that haven’t been raided by police. “These...
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