In what is being heralded as a far-reaching win for civil rights, the Supreme Court on Monday ruled that an Abercrombie & Fitch clothing store in Oklahoma unlawfully discriminated against…more»
A former United Parcel Service delivery driver demanding restitution for discrimination she allegedly faced while pregnant just won a favorable ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court. In a 6-3 decision…more»
South Bend has a new Code Enforcement director. Mayor Pete Buttigieg named Randy Wilkerson to the position earlier this week. It was only last July that Wilkerson joined the city’s…more»
A federal judge ruled in favor of the National Security Agency in a key surveillance case on Tuesday, dismissing a challenge which claimed the government’s spying operations were groundless and…more»
A libel lawsuit filed against a member of the South Bend Common Council has been dismissed. Four South Bend Police Department officers — Tim Corbett, Dave Wells, Steve Richmond and…more»
The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana has filed a lawsuit against the city of South Bend over its recently-passed ordinance that regulates social media and Internet usage. The lawsuit…more»
The Obama administration has allowed Colorado and Washington state to implement their recreational marijuana laws since being approved by voters in their respective states in 2012. The Justice Department outlined…more»
Families of those killed in the Newtown, Connecticut school shooting tragedy are suing the companies that produce and sell the Bushmaster AR-15 rifle, charging that those parties are purposely making…more»
The South Bend Common Council approved an ordinance at Monday night’s council meeting that regulates the conduct of its members on social media. A few minor changes were made to…more»
The South Bend Common Council is debating a proposed ordinance that would cover social media policies for its members. The ordinance could come up for a vote as early as…more»
Advertisement | Advertise with us.
Advertisement | Advertise with us!