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South Bend turns "South Beach"

Downtown South Bend looked a little more like Miami Friday night. The 7th annual On The River kicked off Friday in South Bend.

Mishawaka curfew ordinance

Mishawaka Police crack down on curfew violations

Mishawaka Police are cracking down on teens who violate curfew. The city's ordinance says 15, 16 and 17-year-olds can't be in public after certain times and lately police are getting a lot of…

Strangers help family struggling with aftermath of tainted shots

Strangers and a community are stepping up to the plate to help a local family in need. Phone calls and emails poured into our newsroom minutes after WSBT aired a story about a St. Joseph County…

Sobriety checkpoints cracking down on drunk drivers

Several police departments from St. Joseph County are coming together this weekend to run sobriety checkpoints. They were out Friday night and will out again Saturday night from 10 p.m. to 2 in the…

Life rings save 4 lives in Berrien County

A new safety device is popping up on Silver Beach. They are called "life rings" and the device has already saved four lives in Berrien County this year.

Warsaw man fights for life after bad moped crash on SR 25

Police and medics were called to the scene of a bad moped crash late Friday afternoon south of Warsaw. It happened around 5:15 p.m. in the 400 block of State Road 25.

Elkhart man sentenced to prison after selfie blunder in home invasion

An Elkhart man will spend at many as 15 years in prison in large part because of a selfie he left behind during a crime earlier this year. Deon Goodwin took a selfie on a phone that was left for…

South Bend's new animal laws in effect, pit bulls no longer targeted

The city of South Bend's new animal care and control ordinances went into effect Friday. It's the first change to the city's animal laws in nearly 30 years.

Benton Harbor schools face financial emergency

For years, WSBT has been telling you about the money problems in the Benton Harbor Schools. Now, an independent review has concluded a financial emergency does exist in the school system.

Accused drug dealers nabbed in Tennessee, returned to LaPorte Co.

Two wanted people from LaPorte County, accused of dealing drugs, have been nabbed in Tennessee and brought back home.

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