Fire destroys Warsaw business

No employees were injured and the fire was under control within an hour but the building was destroyed.

Lawmaker: Tobacco settlement aids health programs

Indiana’s settlement of its dispute with major tobacco companies — a deal bringing the state $217 million over the next two years — will help meet the state’s obligations for several health-related programs, a top lawmaker says.

6 dead, 4 injured in Kentucky wreck

A fiery crash in Kentucky killed six people, including three children, and injured four others Thursday night more after a station wagon lost control on a busy highway, crossed the median and plowed head-on into a van, police said.

Charlie Bothuell IV

Missing boy found in own basement back with mom

Police say Charlie Bothuell V was out of the hospital Thursday after being evaluated. He was found Wednesday in the multiple-unit condo where his father and stepmother live near downtown Detroit.

Golden Gate Bridge suicide barrier funding OK’d

The Golden Gate Bridge moved a big step closer to getting a suicide barrier after a $76 million funding package for a net system that would prevent people from jumping to their deaths was approved Friday.

Pence says GOP should seek limits on federal gov’t

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence on Thursday called on Republicans to dramatically limit the federal government’s role in public education, welfare programs and transportation in a speech aimed at boosting his profile among New York’s powerful political donors.