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John Broden

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  • New leader of the St. Joseph County Democratic Party elected

    New leader of the St. Joseph County Democratic Party elected
    On Friday night the St. Joseph County Democratic Party selected state senator John Broden to replace Butch Morgan. You might remember Morgan resigned earlier this month amid an investigation of possible election fraud in the 2008 Indiana Primary....
  • Democrats select Schmuhl as 2nd District chairman

    Democrats select Schmuhl as 2nd District chairman
    SOUTH BEND - For the first time in two decades, north-central Indiana’s congressional district has a new Democratic leader. Mike Schmuhl, who managed winning campaigns this year for Pete Buttigieg in the South Bend mayor’s race and last...
  • Misplaced money: Mistake or political move?

    Misplaced money: Mistake or political move?
    INDIANAPOLIS – State democrats want an investigation after $300 million that was intended for the general fund was instead sat somewhere else unnoticed for years. "I don't know a better way to start than to say Christmas came early," said...
  • `A good tool, but...'

    INDIANAPOLIS — Ask Indiana lawmakers about tax increment financing, and many of them start by calling¬† TIF “a good tool” for communities to fund infrastructure and attract new development. Then they usually add an “if” or...
  • St. Joseph County prepares for new Indiana gun law

    St. Joseph County leaders are mulling over how to react to a new Indiana law that will bar local governments from enforcing their own gun restrictions. The new law, which takes effect July 1, means people could begin carrying firearms into public...
  • Does boy's death point to larger problem?

    Does boy's death point to larger problem?
    A growing number of those involved in protecting Indiana’s children are alarmed at the quiet revamping of the state’s Department of Child Services — changes they say too often result in a reluctance to act appropriately on reports of...
  • Dvorak predicts charging decision soon on petitions

    Dvorak predicts charging decision soon on petitions
    SOUTH BEND -- County Prosecutor Michael Dvorak said Thursday that the investigation into the presence of fake signatures on ballot petitions in St. Joseph County remains ongoing but that he expects a charging decision soon. Dvorak said he and a deputy...
  • Is juvenile system too closed?

    Is juvenile system too closed?
    By the time Travis Thieneman discovered that his girlfriend was pregnant with his child, the two had already split up. The 26-year-old southern Indiana man says he was worried enough about their infant that he called the state’s child abuse hot...
  • Despite fewer abuse & neglect deaths, local leaders still dissatisfied with Child Services

    Despite fewer abuse & neglect deaths, local leaders still dissatisfied with Child Services
    A new report from Indiana's Department of Child Services says fewer children are dying from abuse and neglect, citing 25 state-wide deaths in 2010. But some local leaders say too many kids are still falling through the cracks. CPS also says it had...