Fort Wayne Officer Dies Ater Chase

Authorities say a northeastern Indiana police officer has collapsed and died following a chase of a man suspected of stealing a vehicle. Fort Wayne police say officers chased a vehicle Monday night that was reported stolen and the suspect drove into a greenway along the St. Marys River before crashing. Police say 50-year-old Officer collapsed […]

Efforts To Remove Candidates From Ballots Fail

A fail for efforts to take some candidates off the November election ballots. Delaware GOP Party chair Victor Whitehead had hoped to see Jason Donati, commissioner candidate, off the ballot, and he had also alleged that County Clerk Mike King altered documents, which King denied. Donati and Independent Dave Ring hope to unseat Republican Party […]

Free State Parks Admission September 22nd

Admission to most Indiana’s State Parks and State Forest recreation areas where entrance fees otherwise are charged will be free on Sept. 22 in recognition of National Public Lands Day. Spring Mill State Park will offer the free admission on Sept. 23. National Public Lands Day is the nation’s largest single-day volunteer effort for public […]

Grants For Fire Safety

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly today announced federal grants to help safety and operations at four Hoosier fire departments: Cicero Fire Department, Boone Township Volunteer Fire Department, Brown Township Fire and Rescue, and Hagerstown-Jefferson Township Volunteer Fire Department. The Hagerstown-Jefferson Township grant is for $137,874 for operations and safety initiatives.