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South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND — Federal prosecutors have charged two men with helping illegal aliens fraudulently obtain vehicle registrations and license plates from the Mishawaka Bureau of Motor Vehicles branch. Ramon Garcia, 38, of South Bend, and Paulino...
Twenty fire departments in Michigan have $1.6 million in federal grants coming their way. The cash comes through the Department of Homeland Security Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program. It'll be used to help needs in the areas of equipment,...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The second wave of a powerful winter storm spitting snow, sleet, ice and high winds barreled into Indiana on Tuesday, and emergency officials urged people to stay off the roads and prepare for frigid power outages. At least...
Tags: Social Issues, Charity, Commuting, Michigan City, Mitch Daniels
South BendNavigating through this week's blizzard wasn't just dangerous for drivers. For some, understanding the conditions and travel restrictions was confusing. “It confused me because I didn’t know what each one meant and if I was going to get in...
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. immigration authorities are once again denying applications for immigration benefits for same sex couples following a brief legal review. Chris Bentley, a spokesman for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, said...
FLAT ROCK, Mich. (AP) — U.S. Sens. Debbie Stabenow and Carl Levin say $203,000 in federal grants will be heading to five fire departments in Michigan. The beneficiaries are departments in Flat Rock, Alpena Township, Saginaw County's Buena Vista...
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — The ACLU of Michigan has filed a lawsuit against the state Department of Human Services in the case of a 7-year-old Ann Arbor boy whose father gave him an alcoholic drink at a 2008 Detroit Tigers game. The suit was filed...
Tags: Detroit, Politics, Litigation, Michigan, Crime, Law and Justice
The Indiana State Fire Marshal's Office is giving away smoke alarms designed for the deaf or hearing impaired. State Fire Marshal Jim Greeson says the agency has given away about 700 of the alarms so far and still has 500 to distribute to people who can'...
Tags: Disasters and Accidents, Fires, Health, Hearing Impairment, FEMA
Preparing for the upcoming snowstorm has now become a statewide effort. Gov. Mitch Daniels has directed the Indiana Department of Homeland Security to coordinate preparations in advance of the storm. Emergency response teams are pulling out all the...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Gov. Mitch Daniels has declared a disaster emergency for 34 Indiana counties hard-hit by recent severe weather and flooding. The state Department of Homeland Security said Wednesday the declaration is a step toward a possible...
Tags: Indiana, Government, Mitch Daniels, Executive Branch, Ohio
Three envelopes without return addresses were sent to Aberdeen offices of South Dakota's congressional delegation, causing emergency officials to block off streets and a hazardous materials team to investigate Friday. About 20 people were evacuated...
South Bend TribuneNILES — A nearly $1 million federal grant will go a long way toward improving communications during Berrien County emergencies and perhaps will save lives. Officials at the dispatch center of the Niles Law Enforcement Complex, 1600 Silverbrook Ave....
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