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South Bend Common Council addresses wiretapping legal fees, president reacts to Henry Davis Junior letter

South Bend Councilman Henry Davis, Jr. is taking a temporary medical leave of absence from his duties as a councilman. This comes after he was arrested for DUI. Davis wasn't at Monday night's…

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College students share ideas on ways to improve South Bend

A group of college students is brainstorming ideas on how to make South Bend a better place to live and work, and on Monday they shared those ideas with city leaders and community.

South Bend could spend over $2M on 911 consolidation

South Bend Monday night got a better idea of how much the 911 dispatch consolidation could cost the city.

Local partnership aids domestic violence victims

An Elkhart County attorney's office and a community advocacy group have partnered in an effort to help victims of domestic violence.

Elkhart targeting rundown neighborhoods

Elkhart is getting up to $2 million to demolish blight in the city. The money comes from the federal government called the "Hardest Hit" fund.

Mich. City daycare owner, 2 workers charged in death of 5-year-old boy

Investigators asked for help from the public Monday to track down a Michigan City daycare worker charged in the death of a 5-year-old boy. Erica Merriweather is one of three women charged in…

SICK WATCH - Beware of food poisoning at summer picnics, barbecues

As you head out for summer picnics and barbecues, remember food safety. E. coli infections from food poisoning spike in the summer months.

Berrien County suffers hail damage

Calls are pouring into insurance companies after Sunday's hail storm. People living in the towns of Nappanee, Ind. and St. Joseph and Stevensville, Mich. took the brunt of the storms.

RECORD SET: Summer turns to fall-like weather

We set another record on Monday, not for the heat that usually beats us down this time of year, but for the cool temperatures. Monday brought us the coolest high temperature in the history of…

Davis taking leave of absence following arrest for alleged OWI

South Bend Councilman Henry Davis, Jr. has announced he is taking a temporary medical leave of absence from his duties on the council following his arrest for allegedly driving while intoxicated.

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South Bend Common Council addresses wiretapping...

College students share ideas on ways to improve...

South Bend could spend over $2M on 911...

Local partnership aids domestic violence victims

Elkhart targeting rundown neighborhoods

Mich. City daycare owner, 2 workers charged in...

SICK WATCH - Beware of food poisoning at summer...

Berrien County suffers hail damage

RECORD SET: Summer turns to fall-like weather

Henry Davis, Jr.

Davis taking leave of absence following arrest...

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Mich. man walking dog finds abandoned newborn along road

A man walking a dog along a western Michigan dirt road Monday found a newborn with her umbilical cord still attached. Jeff Kopp said he thought the dog was sniffing a rabbit about 10:30 a.m. Monday in White Cloud, about 40 north of Grand Rapids.

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Trial for dad, stepmom of Mich. boy found in basement

A trial is scheduled for Sept. 8 to decide whether the father and stepmother of a 12-year-old Detroit boy found in his basement after an 11-day disappearance will lose custody of their children.

Haris Suleman

Funeral for C. Indiana teen pilot set for Thursday

Funeral services have been scheduled for a central Indiana teenager teen who died when the plane he was piloting crashed over the Pacific Ocean off the coast of American Samoa.

Indianapolis house explosion

'Test jury' gauged in Indianapolis home blast case

Prosecutors and attorneys for one of the suspects in a deadly Indianapolis house explosion have begun assessing whether they can find an impartial jury to hear the case.

Gary police chief quits in wake of violence outbreak

The city of Gary has a new police chief and a new initiative to fight violent crime in the wake of what Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson describes as "heinous crimes" over the past two months.

Police: Domestic incident led to sister's killing

Dearborn's police chief says a "domestic violence incident that escalated" apparently led a 23-year-old man to stab and kill his 30-year-old sister in the Detroit suburb.

Virginia teen killed in Michigan tubing accident

Authorities say a 16-year-old Virginia girl was killed in a tubing accident on a northern Michigan lake.

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Mother: Doctor with Ebola sought to be missionary

An Indianapolis woman whose son contracted Ebola while working in Liberia says family members are praying for his recovery.

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Indiana teachers worry about revamped ISTEP test

Indiana teachers heading back to classrooms starting this week are facing the daunting task of preparing students for a standardized test that's been retooled for the third time since 2009.

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Dollar Tree buying Family Dollar for $8.5 billion

Dollar Tree is buying rival discounter Family Dollar, giving it a wider reach in the intensifying fight for deal-seeking customers.

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