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St. Joseph's High School has submitted a bid of $350,000 to buy the former Family Dollar property in downtown South Bend. The bid was opened at today’s Board of Public Works meeting. At a public hearing on the bid, no one spoke against the sale....
Tags: Justice System, File Sharing, High Schools, Schools, Judges
LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) — A Louisiana school board has agreed to temporarily end single-sex classes at a middle school, resolving a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union. Thursday's settlement calls for the Vermilion Parish School Board...
SOUTH BEND – South Bend city leaders are speaking for the first time since the city lost another battle in federal court over the Family Dollar land deal. As of right now, the city is not sure what to do. "I think we do have other options, we...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND - City officials are trying a new strategy to unload the former Family Dollar store on East LaSalle Avenue. On Monday morning, the South Bend Board of Public Works approved a resolution to auction the property to the highest bidder, with a...
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio won't let vanity license plates display some of the extreme feelings stirred up by the Ohio State-Michigan football rivalry. The Columbus Dispatch reports (http://bit.ly/rNMMv5 ) plates such as "KILBLU," ''HATEMI" (HATE...
There is a new development in what has become an ongoing, controversial land deal near downtown South Bend – On Monday a federal judge approved the public auction of the former Family Dollar property. The former Family dollar store land has been...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Planned Parenthood of Indiana expects to start offering services to Medicaid patients again Saturday after a federal judge ruled the state is not allowed to cut off the organization's public funding for general health services...
Tags: Human Interest, Medicaid, Politics, Trials, Health
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A federal judge has blocked parts of Indiana's new immigration law. U.S. District Judge Sarah Evans Barker on Friday granted a request for an injunction blocking provisions of the law, which was approved this year by Republicans...
Tags: Immigration, Republican Party, Trials, Politics, Crimes
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Civil rights groups claim an Indiana law set to take effect July 1 gives police sweeping arrest powers against immigrants who aren't criminals. The state argues such fears are based on a misunderstanding of the law. U.S....
Tags: Immigration, Civil Rights, Politics, Trials, Judges
Associated PressINDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A dispute between Indiana and federal Medicaid officials over the state's new abortion law cutting off some public funding for Planned Parenthood should be resolved by government administrators and not the courts, Indiana...
Tags: Human Interest, Medicaid, Politics, Local Government, Health
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — The University of Michigan has revised a policy that once banned some people from its Ann Arbor campus for life. The school says that beginning next month bans will be instituted for one year. It then would be up to the...
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The American Civil Liberties Union is suing a Louisiana school system that suspended a 13-year-old Native American student for having long hair, which violates the dress code. Attorney Katherine Schwartzmann says Seth Chaisson...
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