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Halloween Safety: Police urge parents to check sex offender registry

As Halloween approaches, local police departments are asking parents to set a minute aside for safety.

Hoosiers will soon have to work for food stamps

Big changes are on the way for Hoosiers who use food stamps. If you want them, you’ll have to work for them. An estimated 65,000 people in Indiana may see tighter restrictions on their benefits by this time next year because of those changes.

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Michiana Trick-or-Treat times

Trick-or-treating will be observed at these times.

Arrest made in string of Wawasee-area burglaries

The following release was issued Friday afternoon by the Kosciusko County Sheriff's Department:

Several departments respond to large house fire near Elkhart

At least three different fire departments responded to a destructive house fire just east of the Elkhart city limits Friday morning.

Police: Flint men busted with lots of pot, cash in South Bend stop

These two men from Flint, Michigan are facing charges tied to drug dealing after what started as a traffic stop in South Bend.

South Bend councilwoman wants to make it easier for ex-cons to get jobs

A South Bend Common Council member wants to make it easier for people with criminal records to find jobs. Valerie Schey is proposing tax incentives for companies that "Ban the Box."

Ban the Box gains support

'Ban the Box' gains support

WE WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOU THINK: A South Bend Common Council-member wants to make it easier for people with criminal records to find jobs. Valerie Schey is proposing tax incentives for companies that "Ban the Box." It is a push to get rid of that question on applications asking whether an applicant has a criminal past.

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Gun incident has Benton Harbor Schools taking another look at security

The district wants to make some changes to make the high school safer.

Upgrades for South Bend's ethanol plan could mean good economic news

The ethanol plant on South Bend's southwest side shut down in late 2012, which caused headaches and flooded basements for nearby residents. But now that the plant is restarting, the flooding problems could soon come to an end and officials say the real good news is economic.

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