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South Bend TribuneThere's nothing like a good war story, says Lt. Col. Andrew DeKever, a Mishawaka native and 17-year veteran of the military currently serving in Alaska. And his duty three years ago in Afghanistan, indeed, was nothing like a good war story. A major at...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterDavid Clifton has played the waiting game, desperate for medications that would ease the effects of the bipolar disorder he's struggled with for years. He grows anxious and nervous. Adding to his distress, entire months pass before he can see a...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterJames Kauzlaurich sits in a room at Oaklawn's South Bend offices where his psychiatrist appears on a TV screen. She tunes in live from her Chicago office, and they chat about the depression that he's fought almost his entire, 47-year life. The...
WASHINGTON (AP) — They live on your skin, up your nose, in your gut — enough bacteria, fungi and other microbes that collected together could weigh, amazingly, a few pounds. Now scientists have mapped just which critters normally live in or...
Tags: Stanford University, Ecosystems, Science, Cesarean Section, DNA
WSBT-TV CorrespondentQuestions were raised Friday on whether Facebook postings violate a protective order in the case against a man accused of stalking LaPorte's mayor. Jeff Galey, 38, pleaded guilty to Class A misdemeanor invasion of privacy then reversed his decision...
Tags: Lawyers, Judges, Prisons, Pharmaceuticals, Facebook
ATLANTA (AP) — The father of a Georgia woman battling a flesh-eating disease says his daughter has been suffering the worst pain of her entire ordeal. Andy Copeland says his daughter, Aimee, sometimes cries from the pain but stops because crying...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND — Known as the fastest moving creature on Earth, the peregrine falcon carries this title for good reason. Falcon parents will do nearly anything to protect their young, swooping from cliffs or rooftops, at high speeds of up to more than...
South Bend TribuneThe smallest piece of evidence appeared to be the big break detectives were looking for in solving the death of a 33-year-old Mishawaka woman found dead outside a tobacco store in December. Hair fibers found in the hand of murder victim Barbara...
MISHAWAKA — The investigation into the death of 84-year-old Lois Hickey of Mishawaka appears to have received another blow recently. Blood found at the scene of the homicide believed to have belonged to the killer did not bring back any matches...
Tags: Chemicals, Human Body, DNA, Human Body, Biotechnology Industry
SOUTH BEND – The man accused of beating his 10-year-old son to death appeared in front of a judge Monday. Terry Sturgis, 35, is facing felony murder and battery charges. Police say he beat Tramelle Sturgis, his son, with a club, a belt and duct...
Tags: Pharmaceuticals, Child Abuse, Justice System, Judges, Criminals
WSBT-TV ReporterTerry Sturgis apparently visited his son's school, very upset about a half a year before 10-year-old Tramelle died. That's according to two witnesses who testified for the prosecution Monday in Sturgis’ murder trial. He’s accused of...
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. regulators would inspect more drug manufacturing facilities in China, India and other foreign countries as part of legislation approved Thursday that aims to step up oversight of the nation's imported pharmaceutical supply....
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