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1 lb. 3 oz. baby released to go home soon

The Conners family has visited their 10-week-old daughter, Andria, in the neonatal intensive care unit, countless times for the past two months. But today is special, because this time, they get to leave with their little girl.

Baby gets to go home after being born just over 1 lb

Baby gets to go home after being born just over 1 lb.

After spending her first 10 weeks of life in the neonatal intensive care unit, Andria Conners is about to go home. When she was born, Andria weighed only 1.3 pounds. WSBT Suzanne Spencer has more on the story.

School zone construction

Police warn drivers to slow down for construction zone near school

Part of Harrison Road in Mishawaka is under construction and some of the work is being done right in front of Hums Elementary.

Jail cell

St. Joseph County convicted murderer caught trying to escape

A convicted murderer from St. Joseph County is back in jail after he escaped his prison cell and made it to the roof of a building on the prison's property. Staff members at the prison noticed 28-year-old Philip Littler missing just after midnight Wednesday morning during routine checks.

New gun policy adopted by Oregon Davis schools

The Oregon Davis schools will allow guns on school property. The school board Monday approved the policy.

ROAD CLOSING: Part of Ironwood Dr. closed on Thursday

If you plan on driving Ironwood Dr. in South Bend on Thursday, you may want to rethink your plan.

Indianapolis house explosion

Indy house blast suspect's trial now in South Bend

The trial of one defendant in a deadly Indianapolis house explosion has been moved to South Bend because of the intense publicity given the case.

Elkhart police chief retiring after 38 years on force

The Elkhart Police Department is about to get a new chief. Current Chief Dale Pflibsen is retiring. Mayor Dick Moore says Assistant Chief Laura Koch will take over and be sworn in as the new chief.

Paving way for 20M housing project in Goshen

Paving way for $20M housing project in Goshen

The groundwork is being laid for a huge housing prjoect near Goshen's old Mill Race canal. It involves $20 million of private. The city is paying $2 million of infrastructure improvements near the old Hawks building. As WSBT's Ed Ernstes reports, there will soon be 30 new townhouses there and a third project involving a concept new to the area, known as co-housing.

Storm damage aftermath

Storm damage aftermath

Across the area, people are cleaning up trees knocked down in Tuesday's thunderstorms. About 2,000 people were still without power Wednesday night, and I&M expects everyone to be restored by Thursday afternoon. As of 6 p.m. Wednesday, power had been restored at Clay High School and Darden Primary Center. WSBT's Zach Crenshaw was out surveying the damage.

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