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WSBT-TVSOUTH BEND-- A member of the Notre Dame football team's administrative staff experienced a medical emergency on the team’s charter flight home from Dublin, Ireland late Saturday night.. Ernest Jones, Notre Dame’s director of player...
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — The mother of a baby allegedly killed by a 10-year-old Maine girl says she is glad the girl is charged but says the girl's mother, who was watching the baby, is really the one who needs to be held responsible. The girl was...
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — A man police say shot himself in the head while his hands were cuffed behind him in the back of an Arkansas patrol car tested positive for methamphetamine, anti-anxiety medication and other drugs, according to an autopsy...
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Navy investigators have determined that a civilian laborer set a fire that caused $400 million in damage to a nuclear-powered submarine because he had anxiety and wanted to get out of work early. Casey James Fury of...
Tags: Chemical Industry, Prisons, John Rich, Arson, Allergies
WSBT-TV ReporterSOUTH BEND – The U.S. is having its worst whooping cough outbreak in 50 years. More than 18,000 cases have been reported this year. Whooping cough is a respiratory infection that can close airways and be deadly – It's especially dangerous...
Indiana and 28 other states have reached a $175 million settlement in a lawsuit accusing one of the country's largest drug wholesalers of overcharging Medicaid for prescription drugs, costing the states' Medicaid programs millions in overpayments....
We are having an afternoon like we have not seen in a long time. The mercury hit 100 degrees in South Bend. You have to turn the calendar back nearly 13 years to July 30, 1999 when people in South Bend saw temperatures reach 100 degrees. The last time we...
South Bend Tribune CorrespondentThey told Jason Martin it couldn't be done. He produced a cup of coffee in a tablet anyway. Martin, 29, has a patent pending on a method for dispensing 340 mg of caffeine in a tablet slightly larger than a common antacid, that dissolves in hot or cold...
Due to the very nature of our line of work in veterinary medicine, we are exposed to pain and suffering many times every day in our furry friends. From trauma, elective surgery, non-elective surgery, tumors, fractures, periodontal disease, abdominal...
Tags: Chemical Industry, Symptoms, Pets, Fingers, Tramadol (drug)
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....
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...
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