A man and woman from Plymouth are in jail after police responded to a report of a domestic fight and removed a child from their home after reportedly finding various illegal drugs. Continue reading
A resident of a Plymouth motel faces a couple of felony charges after a Sunday night incident. A the Plymouth Police officer responded to the Economy Inn on North Michigan Street at 11:17 p.m. because a woman wanted to file a battery report. Continue reading
A record number of travelers will be leaving home this Independence Day weekend, according to AAA.
Nationwide, 44.2 million Americans are expected to travel 50 or more miles from home via plane, train, automobile or ship. That number marks an increase of 1.25 million travelers over last year.
Closer to home, more than 1 million Hoosiers are expected to travel over the holiday period. That’s a 3.2 percent increase over 2016. Continue reading
Today is National HIV Testing Day, and Hoosiers are urged to learn their status. The human immunodeficiency virus weakens a person’s immune system by destroying cells that fight disease and infection.
It can be transmitted sexually, through shared needles, blood, breast milk and other bodily fluids. HIV can also progress to a severe condition called acquired immune deficiency syndrome, or AIDS. Continue reading
A Bourbon man faces charges of residential entry and disorderly conduct following an attempted break-in early Saturday morning. Continue reading
A Saturday night traffic stop for speeding on U.S. 30 at Iris Road in Plymouth led to the arrests of two men on drug charges. Continue reading
The Plymouth Community School Board announced that Plymouth High School was the only Marshall County school to receive the Indiana Department of Education’s Advanced Placement Award. Continue reading
The summer months of July and August have the highest rates of residential burglaries, according to the Insurance Information Institute. That’s because burglars see summer as a time to target empty homes while families are away on vacation. Continue reading
Summer has officially arrived, and Indiana American Water encourages anyone taking part in outdoor activities to stay adequately hydrated. Continue reading
A pair of back-to-back crashes on U.S. 6 at King Road Thursday afternoon sent a Bremen woman to a South Bend hospital after her eastbound car was struck by both a tanker truck and a passenger car. Continue reading
The Marshall County Commissioners approved a plan on Monday to tighten security at the Marshall County Building.
The safety committee proposed unlocking the building around 7:45-7:50 a.m. as opposed to 6:30 a.m. every weekday. The doors would lock promptly at 4 p.m. at the end of the business day. Continue reading
Officers from the Plymouth Police Department took part in a recent Operation Pull Over enforcement blitz. From May 14 through June 4, law enforcement agencies from across the state participated in the effort aimed at improving motorist safety. Continue reading
The Plymouth Police Department is seeking the public’s help to solve a business break-in. Continue reading
A 41-year-old Plymouth man faces charges of credit card fraud and theft following an investigation by the Plymouth Police Department. Continue reading
Funeral arrangements are set for the two teenagers killed Monday in a multiple-vehicle crash on U.S. 30 in Kosciusko County.
Investigators there say a 2004 Mitsubishi driven by 17-year-old Kirsten Ganshorn of Walkerton was passing a 2011 Ford F150 and clipped it. The impact sent both vehicles into the median. The pickup truck driver steered back onto the roadway, but Ganshorn’s car spun out, crossed the median backwards and hit the front of a 2007 Chevrolet flatbed truck. Continue reading
Marshall and most of its surrounding counties posted May unemployment rates below the state average, according to statistics from the Department of Workforce Development. Continue reading
State officials have confirmed the first cases of the West Nile Virus in Indiana. As the mosquito season progresses, the state is urging citizens to take preventive action against the virus. Continue reading
The Indiana Department of Homeland Security and the National Weather Service have partnered to celebrate Lightning Safety Awareness Week in the state, June 18-24. The week is designed to have Hoosiers have a better understanding of the dangers of lightning. Continue reading
A former Marshall County elected official is looking at another run for office.
Bill Cleavenger most recently served two terms as coroner, but did not run again due to term limits. Continue reading
A 21-year-old Rochester woman who whose alleged actions bear a striking resemblance to storybook character Goldilocks faces a residential entry charge in Marshall County. Continue reading