Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Indiana DCS outspends 2018 budget

The Indiana Department of Child Services is out of money.In fact, the agency has spent more than $284-million than it expected to for this...

AWL of Kosciusko County to file charges after man breaks in, takes dog

The Animal Welfare League of Kosciusko County had a break-in last night.Executive Director Darla McCammon tells News Now Warsaw a woman had turned in...

Warsaw Schools’ STEM program to receive $150K grant from Zimmer Biomet

Zimmer Biomet is awarding a $150,000 grant to Warsaw Community Schools.The money will go to furthering the school district's STEM initiatives-- STEM stands for...

Health care study gives Lutheran a D grade, Parkview an A

A national health care quality and safety organization says our area's two major healthcare providers couldn’t be much further apart.Parkview Regional Medical Center received...

Winner of $1.5M Hoosier Lotto drawing and $50k Powerball ticket must claim soon

Whoever bought a Hoosier Lotto ticket worth $1.5 million in southern Indiana last fall has until Thursday evening to claim their winnings.The winning ticket...

Bremen man accused of sexually abusing juveniles

A Bremen man is facing sexual misconduct charges.The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department arrested 51-year-old Lamar Kauffman this week.He’s accused of having inappropriate sexual contact...

Indiana ranked fifth most dangerous state for kids online

Indiana was ranked fifth most dangerous state for kids online, according to a study by Internet Service Partners.State rankings were determined using the following data:...

Warsaw Schools’ Activity Center to be completed by July 2019

The Warsaw Community High School Student Activity Center is slated to be completed by July 30, 2019.Chief Financial Officer Dr. Brandon Penrod told the...

Indiana Supreme Court to see case about railroad fines

The Indiana Supreme Court will consider the validity of a state law allowing local governments to fine railroads when a stopped train blocks a...

Fort Wayne student allegedly bullied by politically-charged teacher

A Fort Wayne man is accusing his son’s 8th-grade Spanish teacher of pushing a political agenda on students.In a report from our sister station...