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Disturbing Discovery: 2 small children found in vacant home in Goshen
May 16, 2013: Goshen - A disturbing discovery for police in Goshen. Officers were called to an apparent vacant home in the 400 block of 5th Street around 8:00 pm on Wednesday. Inside, they found a 4 year-old and a 3 month-old. Police describe the home as not safe for living condition. The children were not harmed. They appeared to be in good health but investigators believe it had been several hours since they were fed. Officers took the children to the police department. They are now in the care of the Department of Child Services. No word, yet, about what charges could be filed....
New Stoplight On US 30
May 16, 2013: WARSAW -- There’s a new stoplight in Warsaw. On Wednesday, INDOT activated the light on US 30 at the entrance of the new Meijer store....
Serious Motorcycle Crash
May 16, 2013: LIGONIER -- A motorcyclist is recovering from a crash on US 33 in front of West Noble High School. Officials say an SUV driven by Stacy Blosser of Goshen was southbound on US 33 -- preparing to turn into the school parking lot when she turned in front of Ned Shisler.. He was taken to Parkview Regional Medical Center with injuries to his lower extremities....
Warsaw Police Asking For Your Help
May 16, 2013: WARSAW -- Warsaw police are asking for your help in catching a man wanted for theft and fraud. 30-year-old Christopher Clapp is wanted in Montana, Ohio, and now Indiana. Brooke Bays told police she rented Clapp a hotel room when he needed a place to say and a week later, her credit cards were missing. He’s described as a white male around 6'2 with black hair and a goatee. He also has a distinctive dragoon tattoo on his shoulder. Clapp may be going by various names such as Chris Clark or Chris Cerelli. Anyone with information is urged to contact Warsaw Police....
Car Wash Do's and Don'ts
Fact: Frequent washing is the single best thing you can do to maintain your vehicleis finish and preserve its showroom shape.Fact: Careless washing can leave the paint in worse condition than when you started.Yes, as simple and easy as a casual driveway carwash seems on a bright Saturday morning, there are subtle pitfalls with which a careless washer could actually harm the finish, leaving scratch...
Tire Guide
While much attention is justifiably given to engine, brakes, and suspension when assessing a vehicle's dynamics, the most crucial safety and performance component is the tires. The rubber at all four corners is the only part of the vehicle that touches the ground, with four palm-sized contact patches depended on for traction. All the other components work to maximize their relationship with the ti...
Watch Out For Potholes!
In many areas of the country, the snow and ice of winter have left roads in bad shape. The repeated freezing and thawing of moisture seeps through road surfaces and causes potholes....
8 Simple Steps
Regularly change lubricants and filters and replace worn components, i.e., spark plugs. Some vehicle repairs, such as replacing faulty oxygen sensors, may significantly improve fuel economy.