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A woman has been rescued after the semi she was driving crashed on a bridge Friday, leaving her trapped and dangling over the edge.
A 34-year-old Warsaw man died in a collision north of Palestine Lake Friday morning.
Interest in a job fair hosted by OrthoWorx on Thursday generated an unexpectedly large crowd at the Zimmer Biomet Center Lake Pavilion.
Warsaw Community Schools (WCS) announced this week a significant development in support of the Warsaw Area Career Center and Warsaw Early Learning Academy, the on-site child care facility for WCS staff.
By Roger Grossman News Now Warsaw WARSAW — All-star games stink. I didn’t want to lead you on as to where I was going today. They stink, and...
As more than a dozen states contemplate “death with dignity” laws, Indiana lawmakers are making clear they’re staunchly opposed to any policy allowing physician-assisted suicide.
The first of three job fairs this year is being held today at the Zimmer Biomet Center Lake Pavilion in Warsaw.
Syracuse man was killed Wednesday after his SUV was hit by a train while stopped on the tracks at the Bishop Road crossing in northeast Kosciusko County.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has confirmed that Warsaw is being strongly considered for a new Community-Based Outpatient Clinic that would serve north central Indiana.
Five Grace College faculty and staff members recently returned from a visit to the school’s partner institution, Károli Gáspár University, located in Budapest, Hungary.
The Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Melissa Rees to their staff as the new LaunchPad Project Manager.
Parkview’s footprint is continuing to grow in Warsaw.
The victim in Wednesday’s stabbing incident was stabbed at least eight times, according to court documents filed Monday.
Rob Parker is a big advocate for the establishment of a DORA district, which Warsaw has proposed to establish inside the downtown business district.
Staff Report WARSAW — The Builders Association of North Central Indiana has announced plans for Home and Outdoor shows in Warsaw and Plymouth. The three-day event...
The Indiana Department of Health reported its first case of measles in five years Friday, a rarity due to the widespread availability of the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine.