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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...
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY -- Every spring, local vets notice an increase in animals with preventable, neurological disorders. And a local animal rescue is trying to find a home for one of the pets affected. Scooby is a sweet, curious terrier mix -- and he...
MARQUETTE, Mich. (AP) — A federal judge has suspended an order allowing the forced medication of a mentally ill man who is charged with placing a bomb outside a Detroit federal building. Judge R. Allan Edgar says he'll hear an appeal on May 7 in...
WHITE PINE, Mich. (AP) — A Canadian biotechnology company that's been growing plants underground for more than a decade at a former copper mine in Michigan's Upper Peninsula wants to cultivate medical marijuana at the site. The Detroit Free Press...
As if what happened in Henryville, Indiana wasn't warning enough, emergency officials want everyone to remember: Severe weather season is here. While many understand the danger of spring and summer storms, few are actually prepared. Karen Laros was...
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Two firms have paid fines leveled by the Indiana Department of Labor in connection with an explosion that injured four workers in October 2011, three of them seriously.T&T Fertilizer Inc., a fertilizer distribution plant southwest of Goshen, paid $6,750....
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South Bend Tribune Staff WriterInwood Hills Estates assisted living facility is in trouble with state officials ... again. The facility is accused of repeatedly violating state standards regarding resident care, and is in jeopardy of losing its license as a result. According to a...
AP Business WriterTRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Federal regulators said Tuesday that they've approved new suppliers for two crucial cancer drugs, easing critical shortages — at least for the time being — that have left patients and parents frightened about missing...
A commercial building in Edwardsburg was destroyed after an early morning fire Wednesday. Just after 2 a.m., fire crews were dispatched to a building at Section and Max streets in Edwardsburg, just south of Edwardsburg High School. Crews battled...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterELKHART -- In about 90 percent of all births, the baby smoothly transitions from the womb to the world. About 10 percent of the time, an infant requires special assistance after delivery. Some babies need stimulation or a little bit of oxygen when they...
Spring is in the air ... literally. Tree pollen has appeared early this year. In part because of the mild winter, but also because these summer-like temperatures are tricking the trees into making their spring transition early ... about 2 to 3 weeks early...
SOUTH BEND — Notre Dame’s Innovation Park is set to gain another tenant in early 2012 — pharmaceutical systems company Triskell. Innovation Park opened in October 2009 and currently has eight tenants. Jean LeFloch, Triskell’s...
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