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NEWS ARCHIVE

(01-14-2021) • Coronavirus Mutations Found in Ohio

(01-14-2021) • Michigan To Allow More Activities To Resume

(01-14-2021) • MHSAA Says More Winter Sports Can Start

(01-13-2021) • Attorney General Todd Rokita Hires Three to Leadership Positions

(01-13-2021) • Indiana Senator Looks Forward to Working with INDOT Secretary Nominee

(01-13-2021) • Ohio Man Involved in Multi-Agency Car Chase Arrested

(01-13-2021) • Senate Bill Could Raise Indiana’s Minimum Wage

(01-12-2021) • Holcomb Sworn In For Second Term As IN. Governor

(01-11-2021) • Carra Says Whitmer Should Let Restaurants Let Patrons Dine In

(01-11-2021) • Governor Holcomb Directs Flags Flown at Half Staff Through Wednesday

(01-11-2021) • 86K Seniors 80 Plus Registered for the Coronavirus Vaccine

(01-11-2021) • AG Curtis Hill Urges Gov. Holcomb to Approve Cybersecurity Rule

(01-11-2021) • Whitmer Calls For In Person Learning By March 1

(01-10-2021) • COVID-19 Cases Close Angola & LaGrange Head Start Centers

(01-08-2021) • Businesses Plan Record Number of New Hoosier Jobs Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

(01-08-2021) • Indiana COVID-19 Numbers as of Thursday for Steuben County

(01-07-2021) • Michigan Changing COVID Vaccine Schedule

(01-07-2021) • MHSAA Says Limited Spectators Can Attend Fall Sports Tournaments

(01-06-2021) • Corrections Employees will See Raise

(01-06-2021) • Indiana COVID-19 Numbers as of Tuesday for Steuben County

(01-06-2021) • Human Trafficking More Widespread in Indiana than Available Data Indicates

(01-06-2021) • Gov. Holcomb, INDOT Announce Next Call for Community Crossings Matching Grants

(01-05-2021) • Indiana COVID-19 Numbers as of Monday for Steuben County

(01-05-2021) • Lt. Gov. Crouch statement on March Madness in Indiana

(01-02-2021) • MARCS Money Rolls in for 10 Fire Departments in Williams County

(01-02-2021) • DCS Releases 2019 Child Fatality Report

(12-31-2020) • Winter Weather Advisory Issued to Start Friday

(12-31-2020) • Victim Identified In Garrett Death Investigation

(12-31-2020) • Eden Bombers Shoe Drive

(12-30-2020) • Indiana Statewide COVID-19 Numbers as of Tuesday

(12-30-2020) • Whitmer Signs Bipartisan Relief Bill

(12-30-2020) • November 2020 Jobless Rates Mixed In SW Michigan

(12-30-2020) • Applications For Reserved Spring Turkey Hunts Opening Soon

(12-30-2020) • Overnight Semi Crash on I-80 Toll Road Causing Delays in Morning Commute

(12-19-2020) • Cameron Hospital is Providing the COVID-19 Vaccination to Healthcare Workers

(12-29-2020) • Coronavirus Vaccine Efforts Continue

(12-29-2020) • Bryan Cardiologist First to Receive Moderna Vaccine

(12-29-2020) • Indiana Statewide COVID-19 Numbers as of Monday

(12-28-2020) • Indiana Partners for Pollution Prevention Welcomes Two New Members

(12-28-2020) • Indiana Statewide COVID-19 Numbers as of Sunday

(12-28-2020) • MHSAA Says Fall Tournaments Will Conclude In January

(12-26-2020) • Indiana Statewide COVID-19 Numbers as of Friday

(12-26-2020) • MHSAA Approves Winter Sports Schedule

(12-24-2020) • Cameron Hospital Receives First Shipment of Moderna

(12-23-2020) • Local Businesses Among Third Round of Manufacturing Readiness Grants

(12-23-2020) • AG Curtis Hill Settles with Sabre Inc. After Data Breach Impacted 1.3 Million Credit Cards

(12-23-2020) • WCHD Receives First Shipment of COVID-19 Vaccines

(12-23-2020) • Angola Man Critically Injured in Two-Car Crash

(12-23-2020) • Glen Oaks Capital Outlay Funds Included In Stimulus Plan

(12-23-2020) • MHSAA May Adjust Fall Sports Restart Schedule

(12-22-2020) • Michigan COVID-19 Relief Plan

(12-22-2020) • Indiana COVID-19 Hospitalizations Decline

(12-21-2020) • AG Curtis Hill Announces $2M Settlement with CafePress After Data Breach Impacted Millions

(12-19-2020) • Cameron Hospital is Providing the COVID-19 Vaccination to Healthcare Workers

(12-19-2020) • Fremont Man Injured in Off-Road Vehicle Accident

(12-19-2020) • Michigan To Re-Open High Schools And Some Businesses

(12-19-2020) • November Jobless Rate Steady In Indiana

(12-18-2020) • ISP Fort Wayne Post to Increase Traffic Enforcement During the Holidays

(12-18-2020) • Ohio Man Sentenced To 10 Years In Prison

(12-18-2020) • Police Agencies Using New Tool to Combat Drug-Impaired Driving

(12-17-2020) • Michigan Jobless Rate Goes Up In November

(12-17-2020) • Trine Student Wins Scholarship from Nuts, Bolts & Thingamajigs Foundation

(12-16-2020) • Michigan Leaders Say COVID Numbers Starting To Decline

(12-15-2020) • Ohio Man Apprehended After Lengthy Crime Spree in DeKalb County

(12-15-2020) • State Commission Studying how to Make Indiana's Teacher Pay Competitive with Surrounding States

(12-15-2020) • Diamond Rio To Play At St. Joseph Co. Fair In 2021

(12-15-2020) • First Doses of COVID-19 Vaccine Arrive in Indiana

(12-14-2020) • Child Abducted From Colorado Recovered By State Troopers In Williams County

(12-14-2020) • Parkview Health Prepared To Distribute COVID-19 Vaccine

(12-14-2020) • COVID Vaccines Ship Out of Michigan Plant in the Region on Sunday

(12-12-2020) • LaSata To Become Assistant Majority Floor Leader

(12-11-2020) • Whitmer Creates COVID-19 Commission

(12-11-2020) • AG Curtis Hill Files Civil Action Against Alleged Schemers

(12-11-2020) • Ohio Governor Extends Curfew

(12-11-2020) • The Gift of Christmas Giving Came Early for 140 Plus Kids

(12-10-2020) • Holcomb Offers Update On COVID In Indiana

(12-10-2020) • No Decision Made By MHSAA On Fall Sports

(12-10-2020) • Whitley County Fugitive Apprehended In West Virginia

(12-10-2020) • Trine's New Phoenix Education Center Approved

(12-10-2020) • COVID-19 Vaccines Tentatively Coming to Indiana Next Week

(12-09-2020) • Steuben Circuit & Superior Courts Welcome New Magistrate

(12-09-2020) • Governor Holcomb & INDOT Award $101 Million Through Community Crossings

(12-08-2020) • MHSAA Issues Statement On Extension of Order

(12-08-2020) • MDHHS Extends Epidemic Order 12 Days

(12-08-2020) • Bryan Man Dies in Apartment Fire

(12-08-2020) • Curtis Hill reaches $86.3M settlement with Nationstar Mortgage

(12-08-2020) • Sorority Raises $11K for Local Girl as 'Boo Cancer' Shifts Online

(12-08-2020) • Crouch Announces Third Round of COVID-19 Response Grants

(12-07-2020) • National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

(12-08-2020) • First Commercial Cerene Cryoablation Proceudures in US Preformed at Cameron Hospital

(12-07-2020) • Cocaine Seized During Traffic Stop

(12-07-2020) • Free Pop-Up COVID-19 Testing Site in Williams County

(12-07-2020) • Coldwater Police Looking For Armed Robbery Suspects

(12-07-2020) • Branch County in Search of Suspect

(12-04-2020) • Whitmer Says COVID-19 Cases Are Leveling Out

(12-04-2020) • Health Department Shares New CDC COVID-19 Quarantine Guidance

(12-04-2020) • Trine University's Sigma Phi Epsilon Alumni Install Memorial Bricks

(12-03-2020) • Indiana Department of Health's Contact Tracers Update

(12-03-2020) • Contact Tracing Not Keeping Up With Cases In Michigan

(12-03-2020) • October Jobless Rates Drop Around SW Michigan

(12-02-2020) • Drugs Found in Ohio 49

(12-02-2020) • Public Health Emergency in Indiana Extended Another 30 Days

(12-02-2020) • April 2021 Honor Flight Postponed

(12-02-2020) • Trine University Surgical Technology Program Earns CAAHEP Accreditation

(12-01-2020) • Kiwanis Christmas Tree Sales

(12-01-2020) • Reports Indicate November Has Been Indiana's Deadliest COVID-19 Month

(11-30-2020) • Indiana Schools Struggling to Remain In-Person

(11-30-2020) • INDOT 2021 Project Development Public Involvement Procedures Manual

(11-27-2020) • Brown County Homicide Victim Identified

(11-27-2020) • Suspicious Death In Cass County

(11-25-2020) • Some Michigan House Republicans Plan Whitmer Impeachment

(11-25-2020) • Trine Inducts New Members Into Order of the Engineer

(11-24-2020) • 41 Meat Processors in Indiana Awarded $4 Million

(11-24-2020) • Pokagon State Park Toboggan Run Opens Friday

(11-23-2020) • Holcomb Inauguration Events Postponed

(11-23-2020) • Hill Ordered to Pay One Third of Disciplinary Expenses

(11-23-2020) • October Indiana Employment Report

(11-23-2020) • Northeast Indiana Saw Its First Snow on Sunday

(11-23-2020) • Governor Holcomb Tests Negative After Exposure

(11-20-2020) • WorkOne Northeast Centers Move to Appointment-Only Services

(11-20-2020) • Indiana’s First Secretary of Education Named

(11-20-2020) • Indiana’s First-Ever Chief Equity, Inclusion, & Opportunity Officer Named

(11-20-2020) • Stambaugh Receives Sentence In Hit And Run Death

(11-20-2020) • Centreville Man Injured In Hit And Run Incident

(11-20-2020) • Union Man Dies After Being Struck By Vehicle

(11-20-2020) • CHA Holding Drive Through Flu Vaccination Friday

(11-19-2020) • Jim Banks appointed to NDAA Conference Committee to Fight for Hoosiers

(11-19-2020) • MHSAA Announces Schedule To Complete Fall Sports

(11-18-2020) • Suspect Arrested Following Two County Pursuit

(11-18-2020) • Indiana Governor and First Lady Begin Quaratine

(11-18-2020) • Statewide Curfew for Ohio

(11-12-2020) • Trine Student Awarded General Lewis B. Hershey Scholarship

(11-11-2020) • Veterans Day; A Day to Pay Respect to Those Who Have Served

(11-10-2020) • Trine University's Online Accounting Program Ranked Among Best in the Nation

(11-06-2020) • Warsaw Man Arrested for Possession of Child Pornography

(11-06-2020) • Ambassador Enterprises Grant Supports Trine's Montessori Teacher Education Program

(11-06-2020) • New Health Department Director for Ohio

(11-03-2020) • Election 2020 Results

(11-03-2020) • Trine Students Receive AISC Scholarships

(10-31-2020) • Trick Or Treating Time for Halloween

(10-31-2020) • Northwest Ohio Man Facing Sexual Related Charges

(10-31-2020) • Metaldyne Closing Fremont Factory by the End of 2020

(10-31-2020) • Fallback in Time This Weekend

(10-30-2020) • Sheriff’s Deputy Meyers Receives Recognition from Sheriff

(10-30-2020) • Number of Americans Seeking Unemployment Benefits Lowest Since March

(10-27-2020) • Multi-Agency Effort Leads to Arrest of Wanted Fugitive

(10-27-2020) • Trine's Criminal Justice Department Featured in Chronicle of Higher Education Report

(10-23-2020) • Vice President Pence Made an Appearance in NorthEastern Indiana

(10-22-2020) • Trine Hosting Virtual College Fair on Nov. 19

(10-22-2020) • Trine's Next Door Neighbors Award Benefits Area Students