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INDIANAPOLIS -- The old model of voting in traditional, neighborhood precincts could be on its way out in Indiana. The General Assembly is moving quickly this year on legislation that would allow election officials in all of the state's 92 counties to...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND - Newly elected Sheriff Mike Grzegorek has announced a plan to target cyber criminals by establishing a High Tech Crimes Unit within the St. Joseph County Police Department. The first step in the process occurred earlier this week, when the...
Tags: Elections, Lawyers, Politics, Crimes, Prosecution
Police have released the identity of a man who was fatally shot at a child’s birthday party on Saturday night, but it’s still unclear whether he was an innocent bystander or took part in the violence. The shooting happened around 9:30 p.m. in...
U.S. Rep. Joe Donnelly hasn't decided if he'll run for re-election in Indiana's 2nd Congressional District or mount a bid for statewide office in 2012. A series of speeches he's scheduled to deliver during the next few weeks to Democratic groups in...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana House Democrats who fled the state nearly six weeks ago to protest a Republican agenda they considered an assault on labor unions and public education planned to return to the Statehouse on Monday, ending one of the...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The public will have access to computers at three locations with the software and population information that Indiana legislators will be using in political redistricting. General Assembly officials say a single computer with...
SOUTH BEND — Teachers were in the crowd of people protesting the “Right to Work” bill in Indianapolis. They are concerned about another bill in the legislature — Senate Bill 575. They believe it will make their bargaining unit...
Tags: Career and Workplace, Unions, Trials, Politics, Elections
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterWatch closely in Indiana waters this spring and you may see American white pelicans. There were reports across Indiana last weekend of large groups of the migrating waterfowl. One resident counted 45 of them in the plentiful waters around Rochester....
Tags: Bodies of Water, Gardens and Parks, Rivers, Travel, State Parks
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY -- Police are investigating an armed robbery that happened at a South Bend hotel early Friday morning. St. Joseph County Police say an armed robber struck the Airport Inn & Suites, located in the 23000 block of U.S. 20 just after 1:...
INDIANAPOLIS -- An Indiana Senate panel approved a measure Wednesday that could lead to a constitutional ban on same-sex marriage and anything "substantially similar" to it. The Judiciary Committee voted 7-3 to send House Joint Resolution 6 to the...
Tags: John Broden, Family, Marriage, Laws, Democratic Party
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indiana Commission for Women is holding meetings around the state and conducting a survey to help prioritize the top issues affecting women and begin work on a plan to address those needs. The Commission is holding...
Marshall County police say 21-year-old Kristan Kye Wright hasn’t been seen since she left her grandmother’s house around noon on Friday, March 11. Wright told her grandmother she was going to work, but she never showed up at the Plymouth...
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