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SOUTH BEND — What started in 2008 with the planting of a few seeds in the ground, could soon grow an education center, designed to bring more locally grown food to the city. Organizers of the Unity Gardens will appear before South Bend’s...
Tags: Human Interest, Healthy Diet
WSBT-TVWARSAW – Kosciusko County police are warning us about an email scam that has surfaced in our area. Sheriff Rocky Goshert says people have recently received emails containing fraudulent information, saying the owner’s credit card has been...
Top economic experts and those who have completed graduate tax programs say a series of automatic tax hikes and tax credit reductions could cost the average taxpayer thousands of dollars and could send the U.S. into another recession. It's said a...
Tags: Fiscal Cliff
FRANKFORT, Ind. (AP) — A central Indiana man faces forgery and theft charges for allegedly stealing $60,000 from the family of a minister who allowed the man to stay at his mother's vacant home. Twenty-nine-year-old Adam Klecz of Frankfort was...
WSBT-TVA new government report says as many as 42 million Americans, that’s one in five, have mistakes on their credit reports. So, what can you do to spot mistakes? The time to review your credit report is before you get confronted with a red flag....
Tags: Consumers, Bankruptcy
MUNCIE, Ind. (AP) — A central Indiana woman faces federal charges alleging that she embezzled nearly $200,000 from a church while working as its accountant and used the money for vacations, clothing and other personal indulgences. Angela Renee...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana's wintertime moratorium on heating disconnections has started. Under Indiana law, utilities cannot disconnect customers' natural gas or electric service from Dec. 1 through March 15 if they receive help from the...
HONOLULU (AP) — President Barack Obama is hailing a last-minute deal that pulled the country back from the "fiscal cliff," but warned that he "will not compromise" over his insistence that Congress lift the federal debt ceiling. Obama said in...
We told you about a computer hacking incident at two area Hacienda restaurants, compromising credit card information. Now our WSBT Fact Finder team has looked into what you should do to minimize the financial damage if your credit card number is stolen....
If you used a credit card at the Hacienda restaurant at South Bend's Erskine Plaza or in Michigan City over the holidays, double check your statements. A spokesman just confirmed to WSBT their computers were hacked, and some credit card numbers were...
CBS NewsMost of the world is counting down to a midnight New Year's celebration while Congress continues to watch the clock and count down to another deadline, despite the efforts of lawmakers to avert the "fiscal cliff." Those efforts are inching closer to the...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana's General Assembly got off to a quick start Monday with Republican leaders promising to focus on workforce development and Democrats seeking a two-year moratorium on divisive social issues. House Speaker Brian Bosma, R-...
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