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WSBT-TV Report | June 20, 2013
DOWAGIAC, Mich. - The first same-sex marriage for the Pokagon Band of Potawatomie Indians. Daniel Hossler and Enrico Perez were married Thursday in a ceremony at the Pokagon band tribal court outside of Dowagiac. The tribal council approved same-sex marriage in March. Hossler and Perez had been dating for three years, and Hossler will now be able to share his benefits with Perez. “It kind of makes me feel bad, too,” said Hossler. “We're at a spot in our lives where we can do this, and we were given the chance, and we can take full advantage of that.
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NEWS
WSBT-TV Report | June 14, 2013
MICHIGAN CITY - The suspect in the murder of a retired Michigan City teacher has been captured in South Bend. Last Thursday, June 6, police were called to the 500 block of E. 8 th St. in Michigan City in regards to a welfare check. When they arrived, they found a person dead inside his apartment. The victim was 66-year-old Henry Whitten. An autopsy the next day determined Whitten was the victim of a homicide. According to the Michigan City News-Dispatch, LaPorte County Coroner John Sullivan said Whitten died from a brain bleed caused by blunt force trauma.
NEWS
June 14, 2013
The following release was issued by Indiana Michigan Power around noon Friday: Indiana Michigan Power crews continue to restore power to customers in southwest Michigan following the strong storms of Wednesday night and Thursday morning. More than 250 additional personnel are working on electric lines and providing support in the area.  Among the factors affecting the restoration is the high number of downed poles: 22. Another factor was damage to high-power transmission lines.  Here are the most-recent projections for fully restoring power in southwest Michigan communities.
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By Ted Land (tland@wsbt.com), Click here to friend Ted on Facebook | WSBT-TV | June 11, 2013
The husband of a Michigan City woman, whose remains were identified last week, says he's grieving her loss just like the rest of her family. David Morris organized a press conference, Monday afternoon, partly to address rumors that he might have had something to do with 29-year-old Candi Brown's disappearance and death. “There's been a lot of rumors, a lot of speculation, a lot of finger pointing, only thing I can say to that is we just have to wait and see,” said Morris.
NEWS
WSBT-TV Report | June 10, 2013
The husband of a missing Indiana woman whose remains were positively identified last Friday is expected to speak publicly at a press conference around 3:00 p.m. Monday on the sidewalk in front of City Hall. Candi Brown disappeared last August and her remains were found last month.  Police used DNA testing to positively identify the remains. Shortly after she disappeared, Brown's car was found abandoned outside a Michigan City bar and grill. No arrests have been made, and police have not said anything about suspects.
NEWS
WSBT-TV Report | June 7, 2013
MICHIGAN CITY - Police are investigating the death of a retired Michigan City teacher. Officers on Thursday were called to the 500 block of E. 8 th St. in regards to a welfare check. When they arrived, they found a person dead inside his apartment. The victim is identified as 66-year-old Henry Whitten. An autopsy was performed on Friday, and the cause of death has been ruled a homicide. Police say the case is being aggressively investigated. Anyone who knows anything about the case is asked to contact Detective Cpl. Greg Jesse at (219)
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By Ted Land (tland@wsbt.com), Click here to friend Ted on Facebook | By Ted Land (tland@wsbt.com), Click here to friend Ted on Facebook | June 7, 2013
Michigan City Police have identified human remains found in early May as those of Candi Brown, who has been missing for several months. “Devastation, like never in a million years did you think this would happen to you,” said James Edwards, Brown's cousin. The last anyone saw of the 29-year-old Brown was in late August of last year. Her car was found abandoned outside a Michigan City bar and grill. Her family and friends said it was so unlike her to just disappear.
NEWS
WSBT-TV Report | June 6, 2013
MICHIGAN CITY - Police are investigating after finding someone dead inside a house in Michigan City. Officers got a call from someone asking police to stop by and check on things. When they got there, they found a body at a house in the 500 block of East 8 th Street. Police aren't telling us much at all. They haven't even been able to reach family members yet. They are asking anyone with information to come forward.  
BUSINESS
WSBT-TV Report | June 3, 2013
SOUTH BEND - Problems at Midwest oil refineries continue to affect gas prices in the region. CLICK HERE TO FIND THE CHEAPEST LOCAL GAS PRICES WITH THE GASSBUDDY PRICE GUIDE While gas prices across most of the nation are down about 2 cents from a week ago, the average cost of gas in Indiana and Michigan rose more than 23 cents over the past week with prices locally reaching as high as $4.29 on Monday . ...
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