VANDALIA, Mich. -- REAL News Michiana has received several complaints from parents about the experiences their children had at a well-established local summer camp this year. According to parents who wished to stay anonymous, transgendered camp counselors, at Camp Tannadoonah, shared cabins and sleeping arrangements for elementary school aged girls. Counselors across the camp also spent time teaching children about radical gender theory and how people can pick their own pronouns, without the permission of parents.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- REAL News Michiana has uncovered what appears to be another high ranking city official reaping the benefits of the city's plan to help families who struggled during the economic shutdown of the COVID pandemic. According to records obtained by RNM, the Mayor's own Director of Community Outreach, Shalon Davis, appears to have received more than $1,500 in relief while keeping her job and making more than $60,000 per year on the taxpayer dime.
MISHAWAKA, Ind. -- REAL News Michiana has discovered the pornography filled social media feed of one of Penn High Schools' marching band coaches. Andrew Mroczek, who also happens to be a major opponent of legislation protecting children from sexualized material and discussions, has a social media feed full of nude men. Many of the photographs on his feed display naked penises and buttocks'. Several other pictures display men in tight underwear with their genitalia clearly visible through the fabric. Several of the captions of those photographs describe graphic sexual acts as well.
Yesenia Garcilazo, Executive Assistant and Director of Special Projects, Office of the Mayor, City of South Bend SOUTH BEND, Ind. — REAL News Michiana has discovered what appears to be multiple high ranking city officials...
MISHAWAKA, Ind. -- A Penn Harris Madison Schools' parent, who was arrested at a Board of Schools Trustees meeting in April, has officially filed his candidacy paperwork to become a member of the board. Andy Rutten is running for the district's at-large seat, currently occupied by Board President Chris Riley.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- REAL News Michiana has discovered what appears to be multiple high ranking city officials receiving payments from the city of South Bend from money that was was intended to go toward helping people who were financially impacted by COVID19 lockdowns. These officials not only maintained their jobs through the pandemic, many were given raises or bonuses during that time.
Fired Onlyfans Teacher Files for Protection Order Against Journalist Who Exposed Her — Magistrate...
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- A St. Joseph County Magistrate dismissed a frivolous petition for a protection order filed by a former teacher who was fired from her job after a REAL News Michiana investigation uncovered the educator was selling pornographic material of herself on the internet. The former teacher, Sarah Seales, filed for the order of protection late last month. The case was quickly dismissed yesterday without a hearing because Seales didn't even show up to the scheduled court date to present her already doomed argument.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- REAL News Michiana has confirmed the Indiana State Police are investigating St. Joseph County Clerk, Rita Glenn, for potential election crimes from the 2022 primary election. This comes after RNM broke a story about the Democrat having and disseminating multiple keys to the secured absentee ballot area, without the knowledge of the St. Joseph County Republican Party. At this point, it's unclear exactly what the investigation entails. RNM is working to confirm the investigation is related to the key issue.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- REAL News Michiana has learned one of Michiana's largest employers, Beacon Health System, has invited a radical racist to be the speaker at a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion event. Karrah Herring, who is currently the Chief Equity, Inclusion and Diversity Officer of the State of Indiana, is scheduled to speak at the event on October 13th.
MISHAWAKA, Ind. -- The Penn Harris Madison Board of School Trustees promised to revisit their transgender policy for children following a REAL News Michiana investigation that uncovered the school district was working to secretly normalize the gender transition of children as young as 5-years-old. Board president Chris Riley directed the district attorney, Jeff Johnson, to come back to the board with information ensuring all name and pronoun changes of juvenile students included parental consent.