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Indiana Toll Road rates up 2.67 percent July 1
MUNSTER, Ind. — It's going to cost drivers without E-ZPass transponders more to drive on the Indiana Toll Road starting July 1.
UPDATE: Old Bag Factory reopened after 2-inch gas line struck
Two buildings re-opened Friday afternoon after a gas leak in Goshen forced their evacuation Friday morning near Harrison Street and Chicago Avenue.
Pedestrian critical after being struck by car
A Warsaw man is in critical condition after being struck by a vehicle north of Warsaw, in Kosciusko County.
Police: Semi sideswipes buggy, injures one
A semi sideswiped a horse-drawn buggy along U.S. 6, east of C.R. 23, injuring a Nappanee man.
Alcohol apparent factor in Shipshewana-area crash that injured three
Alcohol was an apparent factor in a crash in LaGrange County that left three people injured Monday night.
Elkhart County among 15 as College Success Counties
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana's Higher Education Commission is recognizing 15 more of the state's counties for their efforts to boost the number of residents completing a post-secondary education program.
Several injured when steel-framed batting net falls from ceiling at Goshen College
As many as five people were injured Monday night when a steel-framed batting net fell during a recreational volleyball game at the Roman Gingerich Fitness Center on the campus of Goshen College, according to witnesses at the scene.
Department of Health confirms case of chikungunya virus in Allen County
INDIANAPOLIS — An Allen County resident, who recently traveled to the Caribbean, has tested positive for the chikungunya virus.
Transmitted by mosquitoes, chikungunya has been found in multiple Caribbean countries. Cases have been identified in travelers returning from the Caribbean and local transmission has not been identified in the United States. Chikungunya has also been found in Africa, Asia and islands in the Indian Ocean and Western Pacific areas.
U.S. Supreme Court: Asheville, N.C., group cannot sue CTS
The United States Supreme Court ruled Monday that CTS Corp. of Elkhart cannot be sued by a group of Asheville, North Carolina-area residents over toxic pollutants on their property left from the company’s manufacturing processes.
- Warriors fall to Knights in extra-inning marathon Hopefully someone brought coffee. The coffee wasn't enough for the Westview Warriors as once the floodgates opened the Lafayette Central Catholic Knights preserved their state tournament winning streak with an 8-3 win over the Warriors in an 18-inning marathon that lasted nearly five hours Saturday in Whiting.
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