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City taking problem property away from owner

The mayor of Goshen says he is at his wits end with landlord and property owner Ron Davidhizar. The city says because he hasn't done anything to improve a property on Middlebury Street, the city is taking it over. Read More »

Semi overturns, leaks diesel fuel

A semi filled with rolls of paper flipped onto its side Tuesday around noon at McKinley Highway and Capital Avenue. Even though the westbound lanes were closed for a few hours, traffic still kept moving. Read More »

Police: Arrest warrant issued for captain, 2 crew members of sunken S. Korea ferry

An arrest warrant was issued Friday for the captain of the ferry that sank off the coast of South Korea, an accident that killed 29 people and left nearly 270 missing. Read More »

See what happens when a rescue and a baby become BFFs

When you look at a picture of Zoey, a rescue dog from Taiwan, and Jasper, a 10-month-old Chinese-Korean baby, it's hard to imagine they were ever anything but best friends. But once, they weren't. Read More »

Eight charged in fatal shooting of 2-year-old on April 9

Eight people are facing charges related to the fatal shooting of 2-year-old John Swoveland Jr. while playing in his aunt's front yard with a sibling. Read More »

NASA discovers Earth-sized planet that may sustain life

It's like finding a needle in a universe-wide haystack. Researchers have located a planet the size of Earth that could be habitable. Read More »

10 things you didn't know about Las Vegas

There's a lot about Vegas you might not know -- and we don't just mean magic tricks, personal secrets or those holes in the desert you see in gangster movies. Read More »

5 hotels for chocoholics

This list of the most unforgettable chocolate escapes across the world -- from soothing chocolate spa treatments to a chocolate molding masterclass -- guarantee a delicious Easter getaway. Read More »

Global Heritage Fund: Five endangered sites worth saving

Endangered cultural sites are the stars of the annual International Day for Monuments and Sites -- more commonly known as World Heritage Day -- on April 18. Read More »

Rescuers face 'nightmarish' obstacles in South Korean shipwreck

It began as a routine ocean passage on calm seas. Passengers bound for a resort island were just stirring, some eating breakfast. Suddenly, the ferry began to list. At some point, a loud bang shook the ship. Read More »

MH370 passengers' families release unanswered questions

Families of some of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 passengers released a list of questions Wednesday that they said authorities have so far not answered. Read More »

Underwater search resumes for missing Malaysia Airlines plane

The underwater probe being used to look for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 was back in the water after its first attempt ended prematurely, the company that owns the vehicle, Phoenix International, told CNN. Read More »

Boston Marathon bombing anniversary

As thousands gathered to mark the anniversary of a horror that shook the city, survivors and government leaders shared a unified message Tuesday: Boston is strong. Read More »

Two men charged in home invasion

Two men were arrested in connection with the home invasion robbery that happened Saturday at 5 a.m. Read More »

Six hospitalized after rollover accident

Six people were taken to the hospital after a rollover accident that happened Tuesday morning just before 7:30 a.m. Read More »

Drivers in Benton Harbor dealing with pothole riddled roads

Drivers in Benton Harbor say potholes and sink holes are swallowing up the roads. One driver found a deep crater the hard way. Read More »

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: Pings go silent; search goes underwater

Efforts to find missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370 focused beneath the choppy surface of the Indian Ocean on Monday as Australian authorities sent a U.S. Navy submersible diving toward the sea floor in a bid to find the jetliner and the 239 people aboard it. Read More »

Explore Hong Kong in Legos

Maybe we've seen "The LEGO Movie" too many times. But we couldn't help breaking into an enthusiastic rendition of "Everything is Awesome" when we came across these Hong Kong-themed Lego photos by 36-year-old photographer Ric Tse. Read More »

MH 370 tech: How sounds behave in water

Put an ear to the ocean and listen carefully, but beware. The water may play tricks on you. Are you sure you heard a ping from a black box, and if so, where did it come from? Read More »

Ten killed in California bus crash

A group of low-income and first-generation prospective college students were the victims of a fiery freeway crash that killed 10, including five youths. Read More »

Australian PM 'confident' signals are from 'black box'

The painstaking search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 got a vote of confidence Friday that the effort is headed in the right direction, but officials noted that much work remains. Read More »

Chimpanzees escape Kansas City Zoo exhibit

Seven chimpanzees at the Kansas City Zoo were smart enough to use a 6-foot-long tree branch to escape their enclosure on Thursday. Read More »

Malaysia Airlines plane search: New signal possibly detected

Investigators got new information that may help them narrow the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 on Thursday as new details shed light on the doomed flight's final moments early March 8 as it flew from Kuala Lumpur toward Beijing. Read More »

After Pennsylvania school stabbing, authorities and community ask why

A day after a Pennsylvania student rampaged through his high school's hallways, swinging two kitchen knives, hints of a motive remain elusive. Read More »

Notre Dame professor weighs in on Mad Men fashion

During the past six seasons of the television show "Mad Men," audiences and fashion designers alike have obsessed over the cast's retro wardrobe. Read More »

Toyota recalls 6.4 million cars worldwide

Toyota announced five recalls on Wednesday, affecting a total of 6.39 million vehicles globally. Read More »

In search for Flight 370, two new signals buoy hope

In a sea of uncertainty, two bits of good news emerged Wednesday. Read More »

Truck drives into convenience store in Shipshewana

A driver blacked out while pulling into a parking spot at a convenience store and drove through the front of the store. Read More »

Malaysia Flight 370: 'Our optimism is fading away, ever so slightly'

The optimism that bubbled up over the weekend when an Australian navy ship detected pulses that appeared to signal the nearby presence of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370's so-called black boxes had subsided somewhat by Tuesday, as continuing listening efforts yielded nothing. Read More »

U.S. Navy picks up 1-year-old who became sick at sea

A 1-year-old girl who became seriously ill on a sailboat hundreds of miles off Mexico was on a U.S. Navy frigate Sunday and in stable condition, the U.S. Coast Guard said. Read More »

Malaysia Flight 370: New signal sounds 'just like' one from a plane's beacon

After weeks of searching vast swaths of ocean, the chief of the Australian agency coordinating the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 said Monday that searchers have their "most promising" lead yet. Read More »

10 of Europe's most expensive restaurants

Step inside some of Europe's top restaurants and you wouldn't know there had been a global financial meltdown a few years ago. Read More »

Are flying cars finally becoming a reality?

Ever since the early 1960s when the animated sitcom "The Jetsons" glued humans' eyes to TV screens and filled their minds with whimsical visions of a futuristic space utopia, over the years people have been left asking themselves: "Where's my flying car?" Read More »

Legendary actor Mickey Rooney dies at 93

Mickey Rooney, whose roller-coaster nine-decade career in show business included vaudeville, silent films, movies, television and Broadway, died Sunday. He was 93. Read More »

Washington landslide death toll rises to 33

The death toll from last month's landslide in rural Washington state has risen to 33, the Snohomish County medical examiner's office said Monday. Read More »

Flight 370 search: 'We cannot be certain of ultimate success'

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Thursday described the search for Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 as "the most difficult in human history" and warned there was no guarantee the missing plane would be found. Read More »

Goodyear tests its bigger, faster Zeppelin 'blimp'

It's a new era for Goodyear's iconic blimp. You could call it the Age of the Zeppelin. Cue the guitars! Read More »

Chile earthquake death toll rises to 6

The death toll from a powerful 8.2-magnitude earthquake that struck off the coast of northern Chile rose to at least six Wednesday morning, the Chilean office of national emergency said. Read More »

'Every little thing' under scrutiny in Malaysia Airlines probe

The inspector general of Malaysian police said Wednesday that authorities were redoubling their efforts in the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, but he pleaded for patience. Read More »

How to vacation like Italian aristocracy

More than 150 villas in Italy's Veneto region have opened their doors to paying guests. Many had to open their doors to support the upkeep of the property. Read More »

Historians investigate mystery photo booth portraits

Art show features 450 photo booth portraits of mystery man over several decades. Read More »

After 25 days, plenty of ocean trash, questions, but no sign of Flight 370

After more than three weeks, the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has come down to this: a lot of floating rubbish, hundreds of heartbroken relatives and, now, quibbling over words that everyone acknowledges offer no clues into what happened to the doomed plane. Read More »

New GM recall affects 1.3 million cars

General Motors issued a new recall Monday affecting 1.3 million vehicles in the U.S. for a sudden loss of power steering. Read More »

'These are our people': Residents unite to help Washington landslide victims

A week ago, a rain-saturated hillside along the north fork of the Stillaguamish River gave way, burying a neighborhood on the outskirts of Oso in Washington's North Cascade Mountains in wet earth and rock. Read More »

Arrests made in violent robberies on Andrews University campus

Berrien Springs Oronoko Township Police have arrested three people accused of assaulting and robbing three different people at different locations on the Andrews University campus. Read More »

Coast Guard responds to oil discharge from BP refinery

The Coast Guard and the Environmental Protection Agency responded to reports of an oil discharge into Lake Michigan from the BP Whiting Refinery in Whiting, Indiana Monday night. Read More »

New objects sighted as Flight 370 search shifts dramatically

Forget all those satellite photos showing promising patches of debris. The search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has moved again. Read More »

Landslide death toll expected to rise 'very much'

Rescue efforts continued Friday, nearly a week after a deadly landslide smothered a square-mile of land in rural Washington state, though no survivors have been found for days. Read More »

Cluster of satellite sightings raises hopes in Flight 370 search

A Thai satellite has spotted 300 objects floating in the Indian Ocean. The discovery comes just a day after Malaysian officials announced that another satellite had found 122 pieces of something floating a 125 miles away. Read More »

9 quirky hotel traditions

Lots of hotels have traditions. Nightly happy hours or free check-in snacks aren't that unusual. But the rituals at the U.S. lodgings we've listed here stand out above the crowd in our book, for either their quirkiness or sheer longevity. We think you'll want to join in on the fun. Read More »

13 crazy tax deductions

From hermit crab food and Viagra to a toupee and scuba trips, taxpayers (try to) deduct the wildest things. Check out these 13 crazy tax deductions. Read More »

Arrests made in investigation into corrupt business practices

A former Warsaw city employee and two employees of Proform Pipe Lining, Inc of Mishawaka were arrested on multiple charges related to billing irregularities between the city of Warsaw Public Works Department and ProForm. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 3/21/14 - 3/23/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County between March 21 and March 23, 2014. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 3/20/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on March 20, 2014. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 3/19/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on March 19, 2014. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 3/18/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on March 18, 2014. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 3/17/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on March 17, 2014. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 3/14/14 - 3/16/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County between March 14 and March 16, 2014. Read More »

Police seize 10 pounds marijuana, $33K cash

The St. Joseph County Metro Special Operations Section arrested three people and seized 10 pounds of marijuana and over $33,000 in cash. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 3/13/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on March 13, 2014. Read More »

CR17 accident possibly due to snow covered stoplights

A truck and a van collided at the intersection of county roads 17 and 14 in Elkhart Thursday afternoon when the truck ran the stop light. Firefighters said snow-covered lights may be to blame. Read More »

Family displaced after fire at Castle Point Apartments

Firefighters are on the scene of a fire at the Castle Point Apartments in South Bend. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 3/11/14 - 3/12/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on March 11 and March 12, 2014. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 3/7/14 - 3/10/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County between March 7 and March 10, 2014. Read More »

One injured in toll road accident

One person was hospitalized after an accident on the toll road near the South Bend Airport just before 6 a.m. Friday. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 3/6/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on March 6, 2014. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 3/5/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on March 5, 2014. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 3/4/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on March 4, 2014. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 3/3/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on March 3, 2014. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 2/28/14 - 3/2/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County between February 28 and March 2, 2014. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 2/27/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on February 27, 2014. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 2/26/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on February 26, 2014. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 2/25/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on February 25, 2014. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 2/24/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on February 24, 2014. Read More »

Police: Man claims he killed friend in version of Russian roulette

A man allegedly admitted to St. Joseph County Police investigators that he killed 21-year-old Christopher White early Sunday morning. Read More »

US20 reopens after fatal accident, victim identified

A fatal accident closed one eastbound and one westbound lane of US20 at US35 Monday morning. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 2/21/14 - 2/23/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County between February 21 and February 23, 2014. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 2/20/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on February 20, 2014. Read More »

Flood waters invade Elkhart Big Brothers, Big Sisters

Big Brother Big Sisters of Elkhart County took to social media Thursday in a desperate attempt to get the community's help to stop water from flooding into their building. Several inches of water seeped into their offices as the rain and melting snow overwhelmed the drains. Read More »

Flooding closes roads, affects businesses, homeowners

Flooding is causing major issues across Michiana for businesses, residents and drivers. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 2/19/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on February 19, 2014. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 2/18/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on February 18, 2014. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 2/17/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on February 17, 2014. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 2/14/14 - 2/16/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County between February 14 and February 16, 2014. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 2/13/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on February 13, 2014. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 2/12/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on February 12, 2014. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 2/11/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on February 11, 2014. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 2/10/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on February 10, 2014. Read More »

Coloma family loses home in fire

A family in Coloma lost most of their belongings and a beloved pet in a house fire Sunday morning. It took four fire departments three and a half hours to put out. Read More »

Elkhart Police searching for suspect in CVS robbery

Elkhart Police have released surveillance photos of a vehicle used in the robbery of the CVS pharmacy on January 22 at 5:40 p.m. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 2/7/14 - 2/9/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County between February 7 and February 10, 2014. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 2/6/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on February 6, 2014. Read More »

Four killed in Three Oaks house fire

Multiple fire departments responded to a house fire on North Elm Street around 5:30 Thursday morning. Four people died in the fire. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 2/5/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on February 5, 2014. Read More »

House on US12 damaged by fire

Four area fire departments battled a house fire just east of Union, Michigan Wednesday afternoon. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 2/4/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on February 4, 2014. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 2/3/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on February 3, 2014. Read More »

Vehicle escaped killer allegedly used found in Shipshewana

The vehicle escaped killer Michael David Elliot was allegedly driving was located in Shipshewana around 12:30 p.m. Monday. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 1/31/14 - 2/2/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County between January 31 and February 2, 2014. Read More »

Elkhart County arrests 1/30/14

People who were arrested in Elkhart County on January 30, 2014. Read More »

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