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NEWS ARCHIVE

(08-04-2021) • Indiana State Police Gives Motorist Back to School Reminders

(08-04-2021) • Indiana Supreme Court Denied Emergency Request by Indiana AG

(08-04-2021) • CHA Says You Can Repel Mosquitoes A Natural Way

(08-04-2021) • Owens Assumes Alumni and Parent Role at Trine

(08-03-2021) • Trine Expects to Set Records Again for Fall 2021 Semester

(08-03-2021) • The Hoosier State Receives 1-Million to Train Workers to Fight Opioid Addiction

(08-02-2021) • Authorities Investigating Multiple Complaints of Thefts From Vehicles and Vehicle Thefts

(07-30-2021) • Tom’s Donuts Original Marks 50 Years With Block Party on Saturday

(07-30-2021) • Indiana Governor Extends Public Health Emergency

(07-30-2021) • Mersey Beatles tickets on sale at Trine

(07-30-2021) • June 2021 Unemployment Rate Unchanged In Michigan

(07-28-2021) • Alligator Found at Northeast Indiana Lake

(07-27-2021) • Governor’s “Boots and Black Tie” Inaugural Party Finally Gets Green Light

(07-27-2021) • High Ozone Levels in the Hoosier State Tuesday

(07-27-2021) • Rokita Fighting for What His Office Calls “Unconstitutional Power Grab”

(07-26-2021) • Gas Prices Rise 2 Cents in the US Over Last Two Weeks

(07-23-2021) • Indiana’s Redrawing of Congressional and Legislative Election Districts

(07-23-2021) • Fatal Accident in Williams County

(07-22-2021) • Indiana Public Schools Will Have Free Lunches for the Upcoming School Year

(07-22-2021) • Attorney General Todd Rokita Announces $507 Million Agreement

(07-21-2021) • DeKalb County Train Derailment

(07-21-2021) • LaSata To Hold In District Office Hours In August

(07-20-2021) • INDOT Northeast Hosting Hiring Event at Elkhart Subdistrict

(07-20-2021) • Judge Denies Ruling Seeking to Stop IU Vaccine Mandate

(07-20-2021) • Northwest Ohio Women’s Heads to Jail for Two Stabbing Incidents

(07-20-2021) • Congressman Jim Banks Joins Set to Join Investigative Committee

(07-20-2021) • NE Indiana Unemployment Rates Go Up In June

(07-19-2021) • Bomb Threat Closed Mackinac Bridge for 3 Hours on Sunday

(07-19-2021) • Four People Die At Weekend Music Festival

(07-17-2021) • Driver Cited In 3 Vehicle Injury Crash On I-69

(07-15-2021) • Indiana AG Alerts Hoosiers About Phone Scams

(07-15-2021) • Indiana DOE Releases Latest Test Scores

(07-15-2021) • Indiana Tax Collections See Jump

(07-14-2021) • New Report Reveals Equity Gaps in Indiana's High School to College Pipeline

(07-14-2021) • Whitmer Signs 2021-22 School Aid Budget

(07-13-2021) • Carra Says Nessel Must Not Abuse Power In Election Investigation

(07-13-2021) • Indiana Ordered to Continue Federal Unemployment Benefits

(07-13-2021) • Stolen Vehicle Incident Leads to Accident

(07-08-2021) • Angola Bicyclist Has Passed Away Following Injuries Sustained in Tuesday Accident

(07-12-2021) • Cops Cycling for Survivors Foundation Ride Starts Monday; They Hit Angola Tuesday

(07-12-2021) • Gas Prices Rose a Nickel Over Past Two Weeks

(07-08-2021) • Angola Bicyclist Has Passed Away Following Injuries Sustained in Tuesday Accident

(07-08-2021) • Zent Highlights New Indiana Laws

(07-08-2021) • Indiana Delays Unemployment Benefits

(07-08-2021) • Indiana A.G. Files Motion In Holcomb Case

(07-07-2021) • Judge Allows Indiana Governor to Proceed with Lawsuit Challenging State Legislators Power

(07-06-2021) • INDOT to Begin Bridge Construction on I-69 Near Waterloo

(07-06-2021) • New Law Requires Indiana Middle Schoolers to Take Civics Class

(07-06-2021) • Illinois Man Seriously Injured In Toll Road Crash

(07-06-2021) • Bicyclist Sustains Serious Injuries In Crash With a Steuben County Dump Truck

(07-02-2021) • New IN Laws

(07-01-2021) • Former Indiana First Lady Patricia Whitcomb Passes Away

(06-30-2021) • Suspect In Custody for Kendallville Gallops Shooting

(06-28-2021) • Investigators Seek Public Help with Homicide Investigation

(06-28-2021) • One Person is Dead Following a Shooting in Kendallville

(06-25-2021) • May 2021 Jobless Rates Up Slightly Around SW Michigan

(06-24-2021) • Gas Prices Reach Three Year High

(06-24-2021) • Indiana May 2021 Unemployment Rate Up From April

(06-24-2021) • Lake James Homicide Investigation

(06-22-2021) • Trine Montessori Early Childhood Program

(06-22-2021) • INDOT Northeast to Host Hiring Fair Jun 24th

(06-22-2021) • Trine's 3+3 DPT Grads Getting High Marks on Licensure Exams

(06-22-2021) • Man Arrested After Alleged Burglary and Assault Incident

(06-21-2021) • National Weather Service Confirms Tornado Hit Fremont

(06-21-2021) • Sunday Storms Rock Area

(06-21-2021) • Some Fremont Residents Being Asked to Remain in “Shelter in Place”

(06-18-2021) • West Central Indiana Reports an Earthquake Thursday

(06-18-2021) • Tickets on Sale for Gordon Lightfoot Concert at Trine

(06-18-2021) • Michigan Opening To Full Capacity June 22

(06-18-2021) • Michigan Stepping Up Speed Enforcement During Regional Traffic Safety Campaign

(06-17-2021) • Sellbom Came to Tri-State for Football, Went on to Acclaimed Psychology Career

(06-17-2021) • May 2021 Jobless Rate Up Slightly In Michigan

(06-17-2021) • Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry Receive $5,000 to Aid in Hunger Relief

(06-17-2021) • Governor Holcomb Honors Businesses for Longevity, Service to Hoosier Workforce

(06-16-2021) • Whitmer To Use Unemployment Bonus As Back To Work Incentive

(06-16-2021) • Leisure and Travel-Related Industry Bouncing Back after COVID-19

(06-15-2021) • New TrineLine Podcast Reflects on School Year, Looks Ahead to the Fall

(06-15-2021) • Consumers Warned to Watch Out for Home Improvement Scammers

(06-15-2021) • INDOT Increases Starting Salary for Skilled Trades Positions

(06-14-2021) • Crash Between Two Motorcycles Injures Two People

(06-11-2021) • Former U.S. Sens. Evan Bayh, Dan Coats to join Indiana University

(06-11-2021) • Man Facing Murder Charges in Williams County, Ohio Tried Escaping Florida Maximum Security

(06-11-2021) • State Officials Closing OptumServ COVID Testing Sites; Other Local Remain Open

(06-11-2021) • MSP Says Stay Safe During Heat Wave

(06-11-2021) • Michigan Launches Text Message Program For COVID Information

(06-11-2021) • Trine Alumni & Friends Golf Outing coming Aug. 6th

(06-10-2021) • Japan-Based Photographer Shares Communication Expertise Through TrineOnline

(06-09-2021) • Trine Education Students Attain 100% Google Pass Rate

(06-09-2021) • Holcomb Taps Indianapolis Businessman as New Head of Business Recruitment

(06-08-2021) • Trine's Furth Center announces 2021-22 event season

(06-07-2021) • Indiana Plane Crash Kills Two People

(06-07-2021) • Trial of the Former Director of Bryan’s Autism School Moved

(06-07-2021) • Sentencing Scheduled in Pornography Case

(06-07-2021) • Hundreds Gather on Angola’s Public Square for Sojourner Truth Unveiling

(06-04-2021) • Trine University's Online Criminal Justice Program Ranked Among Best in the Nation

(06-04-2021) • Indiana Department of Education Awards $122 Million to Support Accelerated Learning

(06-03-2021) • LaSata Announces In District Office Hours

(06-03-2021) • Police Chase Ends in Arrest

(06-03-2021) • Indiana Gives Approval for First Virtual Private Schools

(06-02-2021) • Trine Hosting Civil War Lecture Wednesday as Part of Week Long Sojourner Truth Celebration

(06-01-2021) • Indiana Elected Officials Mourn Virgo County Council Member

(05-30-2021) • Holcomb Signs Two COVID Executive Orders

(05-28-2021) • State Employees to Return to Offices by Early July

(05-27-2021) • Increase in Hoosier Lottery Ticket Sales

(05-27-2021) • NE Indiana Animal Sanctuary Now Home to 4 "Tiger King" Big Cats

(05-27-2021) • Trine Civil Engineers Place Second in Regional Competition

(05-27-2021) • New CEO of National FFA Announced

(05-26-2021) • AG Rokita Verses Governor Holcomb Continues

(05-25-2021) • Family Ties: A Century Later, 1921 Tri-State Graduate's Descendants Receive Trine Degrees

(05-25-2021) • Indiana State Police Seeks Recruits for Capitol Police Section

(05-25-2021) • Unemployment Numbers Looking Good for the Area Compared to Last Year

(05-25-2021) • Whitmer Announces New Capacity Limits

(05-25-2021) • Ohio’s Vax-A-Million Getting Results

(05-25-2021) • Trine Podcast Looks at Diversity and Inclusion in Professional Sports

(05-25-2021) • Indiana Scores low at Helping Military Retirees

(05-24-2021) • Trine DPT Class of 2023 Receives White Coats

(05-24-2021) • April Indiana Employment Report

(05-24-2021) • Whitmer Responds To Picture

(05-21-2021) • Whitmer Easing More COVID Restrictions

(05-21-2021) • IDEM Issues Air Quality Action Day for Friday in Three Indiana Regions

(05-21-2021) • Williams County Has New Elections Official

(05-20-2021) • Trine University Enrolling Master of Science in Nursing Students

(05-20-2021) • Hoosier Voters to Receive Postcard with Election Information in the Mail

(05-20-2021) • 200 Hoosiers Receive Teaching Scholarships

(05-20-2021) • Rep. Banks Reintroduces Bill to Prohibit TSP Investment in Chinese Companies

(05-20-2021) • April Unemployment Rate Drops In Michigan

(05-19-2021) • Search Underway for Missing Boater on Little Turkey Lake

(05-19-2021) • Two Trine Civil Engineering Graduates Receive ASCE Honors

(05-19-2021) • Bryan Upgrades City Utilities

(05-19-2021) • Williams County Fair Will Receive 50K in State Funding

(05-19-2021) • Dispute Between Indiana’s Top Officials

(05-18-2021) • Click It or Ticket Campaign Reminds Motorists to Buckle Up

(05-18-2021) • Commons Park Will Feature the Hubie Ashcraft Band Friday Night

(05-18-2021) • Indiana Putting End to Federally Funded Pandemic Unemployment Benefits

(05-15-2021) • Governor Whitmer Lifts Mask Ordinance On Vaccinated Individuals

(05-14-2021) • Warmer Weather Brings Increased Risk of Tick-Borne Disease

(05-13-2021) • Trine Honors Faculty with Annual Awards

(05-13-2021) • Unemployment Requirement for Users to Actively Seek Work is Starting Again

(05-13-2021) • Indiana DOR Provides Additional Important Information on Unemployment Income

(05-13-2021) • Trine's Blume Named to Elevate Ventures Board

(05-13-2021) • Ohioans Could Win A Million for Getting the COVID-19 Vaccine

(05-13-2021) • Hoosiers Age 12 and Older Can Receive the COVID-19 Vaccine Starting Thursday

(05-13-2021) • Wolcottville Woman Injured in Ohio Accident

(05-12-2021) • Several State Resources Available to Hoosiers Searching for Work

(05-12-2021) • Indiana Gearing Up for New employment System for Hiring Workers Under 18

(05-12-2021) • Public Invited to Trine Professor's Presentation on Sojourner Truth

(05-11-2021) • Fremont Man Enters Plea in 2019 Branch County Amish Buggy Crash

(05-11-2021) • Carra Urges Opposition To Whitmer's Endless Emergency Rules

(05-11-2021) • Indiana Lawmakers Override Governor’s Veto

(05-11-2021) • Montpelier Police Department Introduce New K9