(01-26-2023) • Multiple Vehicle Crashes Wednesday Afternoon Lead To Temporary Closure of Interstate 469

(01-26-2023) • Angola Snow Removal Ordinance to Facilitate Street Maintenance

(01-26-2023) • Man Sentenced To 156 Months In Prison For Drug and Firearm Offenses

(01-26-2023) • Banks Appointed Military Personnel Subcommittee Chairman

(01-26-2023) • Trine’s Ford Hall Adds Stock And Sports Tickers

(01-26-2023) • The Latest Unemployment Rates In Northeast Indiana See A Decline

(01-26-2023) • MSP Investigating Fatal Crash Near Tekonsha

(01-26-2023) • Authorities Asking For Help In Finding Missing Woman

(01-26-2023) • Lingering Snow Will Make Thursday Morning Slick In Some Areas

(01-26-2023) • Steuben County Remains Under A Yellow Travel Advisory Thursday Morning

(01-26-2023) • Early Delays For Thursday Morning

(01-25-2023) • Steuben County Now Under Yellow Travel Advisory

(01-25-2023) • Indiana Lawmakers Invite Hoosier Students To Serve As A Page At The Statehouse

(01-25-2023) • Traffic Stop Turns Into Short Vehicle Pursuit Resulting In Drug Charges

(01-25-2023) • Indiana Bill Looking To Require Schools To Contact Parents Of Students Who Make Gender Identity Changes

(01-25-2023) • Historic Preservation Month Photo Contest Starts

(01-25-2023) • Community Invited To Submit Projects For Innovation Challenge

(01-25-2023) • Wednesday Weather Impacts Driving And School Closures

(01-24-2023) • Former Local Cheerleaders Bring A Blast From The Past

(01-24-2023) • Flags Being Flown At Half Staff This Week

(01-24-2023) • Steuben County Authorities Make Arrest In Reported Child Molesting Case

(01-24-2023) • Proposed Steuben County Large Cattle Operation Denied At BZA Public Hearing

(01-24-2023) • Winter Storm Slated For The Region On Wednesday

(01-23-2023) • Proposed Large Cattle Growing Operation Public Hearing Will Likely Attract A Large Crowd

(01-23-2023) • Monday Begins Tax Filing Season

(01-23-2023) • Students In The Hoosier State Can Now Apply For Governor Holcomb’s STEM Team

(01-23-2023) • Criminal Investigation Looms Over Abbott Plant In Sturgis, Michigan

(01-23-2023) • Lingering Snow Monday Morning Brings Slippery Conditions

(01-22-2023) • Reed Wins Outstanding Educator Award At Indiana Thespians State Conference

(01-21-2023) • Jamie Reitenour Announces Candidacy Her For Indiana Governor

(01-21-2023) • Applications Available For Criminal Justice Scholarships Through LaGrange County Sheriff's Office

(01-21-2023) • Abbott Laboratories In Sturgis Under A Department Of Justice Investigation

(01-21-2023) • Hearing For Proposed Large Cattle Growing Operation In Steuben County Set For Monday Night

(01-21-2023) • Predicted Snow Is Coming Into The Area Saturday Night

(01-20-2023) • Fremont Hall of Fame Night Friday

(01-20-2023) • Universal School Choice A New Debate Between Hoosier Law Makers

(01-20-2023) • A Northeast Indiana Politician Is Considering A Run For Jim Banks’ Spot After Banks Announces Senate Run

(01-20-2023) • Impact Of Sporting Events Discussed On Trine Podcast

(01-20-2023) • Gaga Coming To Steuben County

(01-20-2023) • Wet Wintery Mix Of Weeather For Friday

(01-19-2023) • Children’s Supply Factory Plans Closure Of Angola Location

(01-19-2023) • Trine Students Receive APAI Scholarships

(01-19-2023) • A Mixed Bag Of Rain, Thunderstorms, And Chance Of Snow Loom In The Weather Forecast

(01-18-2023) • LaGrange County Commission Raises Buggy Plate Fees

(01-18-2023) • Local 5th-8th Graders Invited To STEM Engagement Fair At Trine

(01-18-2023) • Bronson Accepting Applications For Community Development Fellowship Position

(01-18-2023) • Colleen Everage Announces Her Candidacy For Angola Mayor

(01-18-2023) • Indiana Graduates Prepared to Succeed Dashboard Releases New Enhancements

(01-18-2023) • Kids Detained After Holes Shot In Homes And Windows

(01-18-2023) • Rain Is Headed Into The Area Wednesday Night

(01-17-2023) • Prairie Heights Thespians Have A Free Show Planned For This Wednesday

(01-17-2023) • Northeastern Center Nurse Steps Into New Role

(01-17-2023) • Rollover Truck Crash Shuts Down Stretch of I-69 Monday Morning

(01-17-2023) • GoFundMe Set Up For Mother And Children Who Died In Fremont House Fire

(01-17-2023) • Breezy Conditions Tuesday Afternoon

(01-16-2023) • Faulty Furnace Likely Cause Of Batavia Township House Fire

(01-16-2023) • Drugs And Fake Money Found After Indiana Toll Toad Stop In LaGrange County

(01-16-2023) • Warning Concerning Suspicious Individuals Posing As Delivery Drivers

(01-16-2023) • Man Leads Authorities On Chase Though Ohio

(01-16-2023) • Family And Community Members Continue To Mourn After Saturday Morning Fremont Fire Claims Four Lives

(01-16-2023) • Rain Moves Into the Area Monday Afternoon

(01-14-2023) • Mother And Three Children Dead After Steuben County Fire

(01-14-2023) • Pokagon Toboggan Open For Special Holiday Hours Monday

(01-14-2023) • Angola Residents Should Be Seeing The Frontier Construction Project Starting Throughout The City

(01-14-2023) • Woman Arrested And Confesses To Arson

(01-14-2023) • Cloudy And Cool Conditions For Saturday; Rain Moving In Monday

(01-13-2023) • Elkhart County Pedestrian Hit By Lagrange Woman

(01-13-2023) • Angola Officials Invite The Public To Water Availability Meeting

(01-13-2023) • Cameron Hospital Board Now Sets Eleven With New Board Member

(01-13-2023) • Cloudy Conditions Persist Friday

(01-12-2023) • Missing Teen Reportedly Found.

(01-12-2023) • January is National Human Trafficking Prevention Month

(01-12-2023) • Mongo United Methodist Food Pantry

(01-12-2023) • Wednesday Morning Northbound I-69 Accident Stops Up Traffic

(01-11-2023) • Indiana State Police Seeks Motor Carrier Inspector Recruits

(01-11-2023) • Indiana AG Rokita Reminds Hoosiers To Visit Indiana Unclaimed

(01-11-2023) • Third Generation Firefighter Announces Retirement

(01-11-2023) • Mostly Mild Conditions For Wednesday

(01-10-2023) • MSD Board Of Trustees Announce Thursday Executive Session

(01-10-2023) • Bronson Man Sentenced For Sex Crimes

(01-10-2023) • The Warming Trend Continues Tuesday

(01-09-2023) • Authorities Suspect Alcohol As Factor In Friday Steuben County

(01-09-2023) • Bryan Truck Driver Killed In Weekend Crash Saturday

(01-09-2023) • The Sun Will Make A Comeback By Monday Afternoon

(01-09-2023) • Steuben County Icon Charles “Chuck” Sheets Passes Away At 94

(01-07-2023) • Authorities Investigating Crash in Hamilton with Multiple Injured

(01-07-2023) • Rural Fremont Man Jailed in Alleged Beating

(01-07-2023) • Governor Holcomb Says Indiana Needs Health Help

(01-07-2023) • One Driver Taken To The Hospital After Two Vehicle Crash

(01-07-2023) • Man Charged With Attempted Murder Of Two Law Enforcement Officers

(01-07-2023) • Dry Conditions Through Saturday Night

(01-06-2023) • Innovation Challenge Accepting High School Business, Technology Projects

(01-06-2023) • LaGrange And Noble Counties Getting More Federal Emergency Funds

(01-06-2023) • Suspect Taken Into Custody Following Drive-by Shooting Incident

(01-06-2023) • Indiana Family and Social Services Administration Receives $42 Million In Grant Funds

(01-06-2023) • Friday Will Start With Some Possible Snow And Light Drizzle

(01-05-2023) • Angola Parks And Recreation Department Gets Donation For Children’s Art Programming

(01-05-2023) • Holcomb Has Plans To Boost School Funding

(01-05-2023) • Northwest Ohio Man Faces Assault And Abduction Charges

(01-05-2023) • Branch County Stabbing Suspect Arraigned

(01-05-2023) • Thursday Could bring Some Light Snow Accumulation

(01-04-2023) • Wilson Foundation Gives $300K To Trine University Fort Wayne

(01-04-2023) • Doden Guest Speaker This Saturday At Steuben Republican Party Breakfast

(01-04-2023) • Hoosiers Encouraged To Check IndianaUnclaimed.gov For Money Owed To Them

(01-04-2023) • Pokagon Toboggan Run Has Temporarily Closed For A Few Days; Reopening By Weekend

(01-04-2023) • Indiana Lawmakers Exploring Installing Speed Cameras In Work Zones

(01-04-2023) • Suspect Arrested In Union City Area Stabbings

(01-03-2023) • Official Filing Begins For Angola City Mayoral Race—Dave Martin Is Filing

(01-03-2023) • Latest Indiana High School Graduation Rates Are Announced

(01-03-2023) • Tuesday Morning Traffic Issue On 20 Near Prairie Heights School Farm

(01-03-2023) • Authorities Saying Very Little Concerning Monday Stabbing

(01-03-2023) • Rainy Monday Morning With Mild Weather On The Way

(01-02-2023) • Indiana Gets Major Settlement On Google Case

(01-02-2023) • One Person Dead In Sturgis Apartment Fire

(01-02-2023) • Foggy Conditions Start The Work Eeek Monday

(12-31-2022) • Annual Hamilton Polar Bear Plunge Happens Saturday Afternoon

(12-31-2022) • Steuben Foundation Announces Hottel As New Program Director

(12-31-2022) • Victim Identified In Sturgis Motel Parking Lot Killing

(12-31-2022) • More Counseling Opportunities Are Coming To Angola Students And For School Counselors

(12-31-2022) • Organizers Of Auburn Sports Park Plan To Advance Despite A Recent Decision Made By The DeKalb County Commission

(12-31-2022) • New Indiana Turn Signal Begins On Sunday

(12-31-2022) • Statewide Vehicle Pursuit Law Takes Effect In Indiana On Sunday

(12-31-2022) • Rain Temporarily Ends Saturday

(12-30-2022) • Authorities Investigating Thursday Night Shooting Where One Man Has Died

(12-30-2022) • Things Will Be A Little Wet On Friday

(12-29-2022) • New Trail Opened At Pine Knob Park

(12-29-2022) • Fire Officials Remind People To Be Careful When Using Extra Heating Sources

(12-29-2022) • Newly Appointed Trooper Assigned to the Fort Wayne Post

(12-29-2022) • Unemployment Rates Drop For Area Michigan Counties

(12-29-2022) • Operation Snowmelt Continues On Thursday

(12-28-2022) • Safe Family Travel Campaign Enables Law Enforcement Agencies To Step Up Patrols

(12-28-2022) • Holcomb Excited As He Sees Lawmakers With A Willingness To Add s’more Funds To READI Program

(12-28-2022) • Zent Given New Responsibilities In Indiana House

(12-28-2022) • Rural Steuben County Home Is A Total Loss After Tuesday Night Fire

(12-28-2022) • Warmer Weather Makes A Comeback With Wet Conditions

(12-27-2022) • Village Of Montpelier Needs More Revenue Through Utilities

(12-27-2022) • Gas Falls Below $3 A Gallon

(12-27-2022) • Hoosiers Income Taxes Going Down To Start The New Year

(12-27-2022) • Annual Hamilton Polar Bear Plunge Set For Saturday

(12-26-2022) • MSD Looking To Fill District 2 School Board Seat

(12-26-2022) • Knitting Experience For Students Results In Gift For Area Nursing Facility

(12-26-2022) • Indiana Attracted Over $22.2B In Capital Investment From Industry In 2022

(12-26-2022) • Most Areas Have Returned To A Yellow Travel Status

(12-26-2022) • Light Snow Monday Morning

(12-24-2022) • Steuben County Returns To Orange Travel Ststus

(12-24-2022) • Tom Fitch Stepping Down As Shipshewana Town Marshal

(12-24-2022) • Laughlin Officially Sworn In As Steuben County Commissioner

(12-24-2022) • LaGrange County Remaining Red Saturday Morning

(12-24-2022) • Winter Storm Warning Until 1 PM Saturday Afternoon

(12-24-2022) • Steuben County Now Under Red Travel Warning Advisory