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Michigan city's Sixth Ward grew by 426 acres last week when the City Council voted unanimously to approve annexation of several large parcels of land... [Read More]
It was 114 years ago that the Sisters of St. Francis of Perpetual Adoration established their hospital in Michigan City. [Read More]
To honor the 28 victims of anti-transgender violence who have lost their lives in the United States since late 2017, a group of people gathered... [Read More]
Virginia College has 27 campuses and an estimated 15,000 students across the country. And those students are scrambling after finding out every campus, including the... [Read More]
After serving on the Michigan City Common Council for 15 years, Pat Boy will be heading downstate, and she shed a few tears on the... [Read More]
While the services for former President George H.W. Bush are taking place in our nation's capital Wednesday,  the loss is being felt across the country... [Read More]
Scammers are continuing to look for new ways to steal your money. Over the past few weeks officials from the Madison County Sheriff's Office have... [Read More]
The Veterans of Foreign Wars awards an annual $30,000 scholarship to one high school student nationwide for the 'Voice of Democracy' oral essay contest. [Read More]
In 2016, Alabama's 4th congressional district had the highest amount of opioid prescriptions out of any other congressional district in the country, according to a... [Read More]
A teenager accused of tying up a 10-year-old boy with a dog leash so another teen could shoot him with a BB gun will face... [Read More]
Local officials gathered to discuss the city's comprehensive 20-year plan at City Hall on Tuesday evening, and were asked to prioritize the projects most important... [Read More]
A local bar owner charged with hitting a female patron in the face with a bottle of liquor confirmed Thursday he is prepared to face... [Read More]
The judge's decision is in: Christina Espar will be listed on the ballot as the Republican candidate for La Porte County Prosecutor. [Read More]
A teenager charged with murder for the fatal shooting of a man outside her sister's home this summer is set to face a jury. [Read More]
Since the mid-1980s, Ed Merrion has given more than 300 years of service to various nonprofit organizations whose mission was to help the homeless and... [Read More]
Saturday is the statutory deadline for absentee ballots to be mailed in the state of Indiana, but those ballots haven't even been printed yet in... [Read More]
The man locked up for the 1993 slaying of 16-year-old Rayna Rison may be granted a new murder trial if his attorneys can convince the... [Read More]
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -  District and community leaders held a meeting for parents to address the shooting. They discussed what happened and presented ideas they have to... [Read More]
The former Sacred Heart Church in the city's Westside neighborhood will be the permanent site of the Interfaith Community PADS homeless shelter for men and... [Read More]
The Alabama State Legislature passed a law to allow schools to display the nation's motto "In God we Trust". Last week the Cullman County School... [Read More]
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