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CDC data reports nearly 18% decrease in Indiana overdose deaths

By Whitney Downard Indiana Capital Chronicle INDIANAPOLIS — The Hoosier state saw the second-highest percentage decrease nationwide for overdose deaths in 2023 at nearly 18%, compared...

Driver killed in two-vehicle accident south of Rochester

A man from Rochester was killed in a two-vehicle crash on U.S. 31 Thursday morning, say Indiana State Police.

Fat & Skinny Tire Fest organizers see multiple reasons for optimism

The Fat and Skinny Tire Fest begins Friday morning and continues through the weekend in Warsaw and Winona Lake, and organizers are seeing signs that it could be bigger than ever.

IHSAA can’t cave on transfers

By Roger Grossman News Now Warsaw I realize that the IHSAA has a lot going on right now. Tennis and track and field sectionals are this week,...

Whitko Superintendent Tim Pivarnik resigns unexpectedly

By David Slone Times-Union LARWILL — Tim Pivarnik is out as the superintendent at Whitko Community Schools. At a special session Wednesday lasting less than 3 minutes,...

North Webster man killed in Elkhart County crash

A North Webster man died after a three-vehicle accident Wednesday afternoon in Elkhart County.

Glam is fourth store to relocate within downtown Warsaw in recent...

For the fourth time in the past six months, a downtown Warsaw store owner is relocating but choosing to remain downtown.

Warsaw Library looking at ‘all options’ as looming repairs easily top...

Warsaw Community Public Library’s board is facing some major questions in the next year or two as it sorts out its long term future.

Dancing with the Stars for Charity delivers $13,000 to recipients

"Dancing with the Stars for Charity" took place at the Warsaw Performing Arts Center in late March, marking a remarkable celebration of community spirit, dazzling dance performances, and philanthropy.

Water main repair affects area along CR 350N

Indiana American Water is repairing a water main break in the area of 350N & Detroit St (SR 15) on Warsaw's north side.

Sleep in Heavenly Peace bed contruction total now tops 100

The total number of beds built by the local chapter of Sleep in Heavenly Peace topped 100 after Saturday’s event at the the Kosciusko County Fairgrounds.

CASA hosting recruitment effort today at Warsaw Community Church

CASA of Kosciusko County continues to seek more volunteers for its program and will host an open house this afternoon in Warsaw.

Motorcyclist injured in Syracuse accident

Police are investigating a critical injury crash in the area of N. SR 13 and Executive Drive in Syracuse.

Generous Coffee opens new roastery, dedicates quarterly profits to four groups

Ben Higgins will be the first to tell you downtown Warsaw doesn’t need another coffee shop – but it could always use generous amounts of love and goodness.

Strong solar storm could disrupt communications, create northern lights

An unusually strong solar storm headed toward Earth could produce northern lights in the U.S. and potentially disrupt communications this weekend.

Columnist won’t cover Fever after awkward back-and-forth with Clark

Indianapolis Star sports columnist Gregg Doyel, whose interaction with WNBA No. 1 draft pick Caitlin Clark at her introductory news conference was criticized in the national media as being inappropriate, will not cover the Indiana Fever in person this season.

Volunteers sought for Saturday’s ‘bed build’ at fairgrounds

Sleep in Heavenly Peace is seeking volunteers for its build event scheduled for Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon at the Kosciusko Fairgrounds in Warsaw.