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NEWS ARCHIVE

(03-06-2021) • Woman Injured When Vehicle Strikes Building

(03-06-2021) • Woman Injured When Vehicle Strikes Building

(03-06-2021) • Couple Arrested Following Incident In Ashley Indiana

(03-05-2021) • St. Joseph County To Test Weather Sirens On Saturday

(03-05-2021) • MSP Investigating Vehicle Theft

(03-05-2021) • Three Local Project Receiving Next Level Trail Grant Awards

(03-05-2021) • Boil Water Advisory Lifted For Sturgis Neighborhood

(03-05-2021) • GasBuddy Predicting Gas at $3 a Gallon by Memorial Day

(03-05-2021) • Fire Put Out Quickly At Branch Area Career Center Barn

(03-05-2021) • Driver and Four Children Injured in Toll Road Crash

(03-05-2021) • Donors Give More Than $1.3 Million to Trine's Gala Fund

(03-04-2021) • Coldwater Manhole Work Will Close One Lane of U.S. 12

(03-04-2021) • Angola Historic Preservation Commission Planning May Architecture Tours

(03-04-2021) • Indiana Secretary of Commerce Jim Schellinger Resigns

(03-04-2021) • Drug Arrest Made During Probation Check

(03-04-2021) • Michigan Expanding COVID Vaccines Starting Monday

(03-04-2021) • Several U.S Army Recruiting Offices in Indiana Hosting Virtual Job Fair

(03-04-2021) • Drug Recognition Experts Recognized for Impaired Driving Enforcement

(03-03-2021) • Trine Prof Offers Insights on Podcasting, Sportscasting in New Faculty Focus Episode

(03-03-2021) • Steel Dynamics Making Upgrades After EPA Settlement

(03-03-2021) • Todd Young Announces Second Term

(03-03-2021) • Pedestrians Injured Tuesday Night

(03-03-2021) • Single Vehicle Accident Injures One

(03-03-2021) • Innovation Challenge Deadline Extended

(03-02-2021) • Cedar Point to Host Virtual Hiring Event

(03-02-2021) • Amtrak Plans to Stay in Bryan

(03-02-2021) • Man Apprehended After Vehicle Pursuit in Steuben County

(03-02-2021) • INDOT Investing $100M in Infrastructure Projects for Rural Hoosier Communities

(03-01-2021) • Prairie Heights H.S. Canceling Classes On Friday

(03-01-2021) • Head Injuries Reported In Elkhart County Accident

(03-01-2021) • Annual Spring Weight Restrictions Start Today In Southern Half Of Michigan

(02-27-2021) • ISP Warn Of Child Safety Kit Facebook Scam

(02-27-2021) • Goshen Man Injured In Two Vehicle Collision

(02-27-2021) • Veteran Trooper Marks 30 Years With ISP

(02-27-2021) • Authorities Investigating Fatal Hit And Run

(02-27-2021) • LaGrange COVID Vaccine Clinic In New Home

(02-26-2021) • Two Prisoners Charged With Drug Smuggling

(02-26-2021) • Mendon Woman Killed In Accident

(02-26-2021) • MSP Investigating Attempted Burglary At Sturgis Business

(02-26-2021) • Two Brothers Pass Away Following Steuben County Accident

(02-25-2021) • Teen Driver Killed in Accident, Another Teen Critically Injured

(02-25-2021) • Gov. Holcomb to Deliver Address for Trine Commencement

(02-25-2021) • Larceny From A Trailer Being Investigated By MSP

(02-25-2021) • Update for Bronson HS Lock Down Wednesday Afternoon

(02-25-2021) • MSP Investigating Hit And Run Incident

(02-25-2021) • IEDC Grant Funding Partnerships Between Trine, Area Businesses

(02-25-2021) • Holcomb Extends Indiana's Public Health Emergency Order

(02-25-2021) • Trine MPAS Students Exceed National Pass Average for Certification

(02-25-2021) • Trine Professor Published in IACTE Newsletter, Helps Develop Online Teaching Standards

(02-24-2021) • Sturgis Man Sentenced For Attempted Sex Crimes

(02-24-2021) • Goshen Police Officer Suspended Pending Investigation

(02-24-2021) • Three People Injured In Howard Township Crash

(02-24-2021) • Bronson Jr/Sr High School Placed On Lockdown

(02-24-2021) • Trine University 30th Annual MLK Celebration

(02-24-2021) • Fraboni joins Trine University as Vice President for University Advancement

(02-24-2021) • Indiana Secretary of Education Thanks Federal Partners for Assessment Guidance

(02-24-2021) • Defiance County Bridge Replace Set to Begin

(02-24-2021) • Demolition Begins to Make Way for New Business in Bryan

(02-24-2021) • Snowmobile Accident at Hamilton Lake

(02-23-2021) • Gas Prices Continue to Climb

(02-23-2021) • Holcomb Directs Flags at Half-Staff in Memory of 500K Americans Taken by COVID-19

(02-23-2021) • Indiana House Approved a Proposal Dealing with Abortion

(02-23-2021) • Indiana Closer to Passing Lawful Carry Gun Bill

(02-23-2021) • No Injuries In White Pigeon School Bus Crash

(02-23-2021) • Authorities Say Runaway Juvenile Returned Home

(02-23-2021) • Chatfield Resigns As CEO Of Southwest Michigan First

(02-23-2021) • More than $100 Million Going to Rural Communities for Infrastructure Improvements

(02-23-2021) • IU Planning In-Person, Outdoor Spring Commencement Ceremonies for Graduates Only

(02-23-2021) • Sport Science Expert, Former NHL Strength Coach Featured on Trine Podcast

(02-23-2021) • Univertical Improvements

(02-22-2021) • Phone Fraud Reported In Branch County

(02-22-2021) • Elkhart Man Dies In Multiple Snowmobile Crash

(02-22-2021) • Authorities Searching For Runaway Juvenile

(02-22-2021) • Elementary Students Participate in American Heart Association Kids’ Heart Challenge

(02-22-2021) • Two People Hurt in Northwest Ohio Crash

(02-22-2021) • Indiana State Prison Inmate Attacked Two Correctional Officers

(02-22-2021) • Wolcottville Woman Arrested In Steuben County Incident

(02-22-2021) • Friday Night House Fire

(02-19-2021) • Raccoons Cause Havoc for Angola NIPSCO Customers

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(02-19-2021) • United Way Raises Over $1 Million In 2021 Campaign Season

(02-19-2021) • Man Arrested For Conspiracy to Obstruct Justice

(02-19-2021) • Trine's Big Man on Campus raises more than $7,500

(02-19-2021) • Steuben County COVID Update

(02-19-2021) • Gov. Holcomb Announces Results of Increased School Bus Safety Patrols

(02-18-2021) • Trine University Announces Plans to Host Safe, In-Person Graduation Ceremony on May 8

(02-18-2021) • Mongo Food Pantry Open for Distribution Thursday Evening

(02-18-2021) • Support FFA members during FFA week and year-round

(02-18-2021) • USDA Updates Form Requirement for Conservation Program Eligibility Determination

(02-18-2021) • USDA Offers Farm Loans for Underserved and Beginning Farmers

(02-17-2021) • Steuben Lakes Regional Waste District Highlights New Filtering System

(02-17-2021) • New Wind Farm Operational in Hillsdale County

(02-17-2021) • Gun Permit Repeal Clears House Policy Committee

(02-17-2021) • COVID Liability Bill Heads to Governor Holcomb’s Desk

(02-17-2021) • Man Arrested On Drug And Warrant Charges

(02-17-2021) • MSP Reminds Everyone To Stay Safe In Cold Weather

(02-17-2021) • Trine University Promotes Faculty Members

(02-17-2021) • Trine to Continue Test-Optional Policy Through 2023

(02-16-2021) • Quincy BOE Hires New H.S. Principal

(02-16-2021) • MSP Investigating Stolen Pick Up Truck

(02-16-2021) • Eight More Businesses to Receive Small Business Forgivable Loans for COVID-19 Recovery

(02-15-2021) • Elkhart Woman Receives Minor Injury In Collision

(02-15-2021) • Suspect Arrested After Two State Pursuit

(02-15-2021) • Dowagiac Man Injured In Crash

(02-15-2021) • Ordinance Codification Continues For LaGrange County

(02-15-2021) • State Higher Ed Commission Hosts Virtual Faculty Leadership Conference on Feb. 19

(02-15-2021) • INDOT Prepared for Winter Storm

(02-15-2021) • Quincy Board Slated to Hire New Principal Monday Night at Board Meeting

(02-15-2021) • Medical Event Leads to I-69 Crash Friday

(02-15-2021) • Secretary of State Connie Lawson to Resign

(02-15-2021) • Winter Storm Warning Includes Forecast of 7-10 Inches of Snow

(02-13-2021) • Howe Man Not Injured In Three Vehicle Crash

(02-13-2021) • Centreville Man Arrested After Police Chase

(02-13-2021) • Coldwater Man Flown From Scene Of Crash

(02-13-2021) • Noble Co. Health Department Activates Vaccine Call Center

(02-12-2021) • Pigeon Creek Bridge 17 Construction Starts Next Week

(02-12-2021) • Fire Protection Territory For Fremont and Orland Area Residents Discussed

(02-12-2021) • Carra To Hold In District Office Hours

(02-12-2021) • Shooting In Elkhart Being Investigated

(02-12-2021) • Indiana Lt. Gov. Announces Money To Assist People With Disabilities

(02-12-2021) • Parkview LaGrange Re-opening Main Entrance

(02-11-2021) • Lakeland School Officials Oppose Funding Legislation

(02-11-2021) • Woman Struck And Killed By Vehicle

(02-11-2021) • Chehowski Has Case Sent To Circuit Court

(02-11-2021) • GM United Auto Works Will Be Getting Healthy Profit Share Check

(02-11-2021) • Fire Protection Territory Could Increase Property Taxes for Fremont and Orland Area Residents

(02-11-2021) • Arctic Air Closing In for Cold Blast

(02-11-2021) • Findlay Joins Trine University Board of Trustees

(02-11-2021) • Trine Humanities Institute Offers Short Story Discussions Throughout Spring

(02-11-2021) • Man Arrested for Sex Crimes Involving a Teen

(02-10-2021) • Lawmakers Advance Pregnancy Work Bill

(02-10-2021) • Indiana Bill Requiring All High School Students Complete the FAFSA Form

(02-10-2021) • Northwest Ohio Man Sentenced on Rape and Other Charges

(02-10-2021) • Hamilton Under Boil Water Advisory

(02-10-2021) • More Snow and Cold Temperatures in the Forecast

(02-10-2021) • Hoosiers Can Still Purchase Health Insurance

(02-10-2021) • NE Indiana Lawmaker Given Award By Humane Society

(02-10-2021) • Bronson Approves Trash Pick Up Contract

(02-10-2021) • Cook Selected To Fill Seat On LaGrange Co. Commission

(02-10-2021) • Trine University Warns of Fraudulent Check Scam

(02-09-2021) • Trine University Warns of Fraudulent Check Scam

(02-09-2021) • Noble Township Fire Kills Two Dogs, Damages Vehicles

(02-09-2021) • Centreville Woman Injured In Crash

(02-09-2021) • MSP Asking For Help With B&E Investigation

(02-09-2021) • MDHHS Issues Interim Guidance For Athletics

(02-09-2021) • Trine DPT Student Helps Save Woman From Freezing River

(02-08-2021) • Trine DPT Student Helps Save Woman From Freezing River

(02-06-2021) • Former Indiana First Lady Susan Bayh Died

(02-08-2021) • No Injuries Reported In Coldwater Garage Fire

(02-08-2021) • Northeast Indiana Lawmaker Awarded 2020 Legislator of the Year Award by the Humane Society of the United States