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Eight days until voters head to the polls, and locally some of you are receiving guides on the candidates and you are being encouraged to bring that guide with you to the voting booth. Our WSBT Fact Finder team wanted to find out if it's OK to bring it...
Tags: Elections, Republican Party, Democratic Party, Voting, Politics
WSBT-TVSOUTH BEND - Michigan made history Tuesday when it became the 24th state to sign on with right-to-work, and it's only the second midwestern state to pass the bill behind Indiana. But does that mean we're now in direct competition with our neighbors?...
Long before the Silver Hawks came to South Bend in the 1980s there was a different baseball team attracting thousands of fans. The South Bend Blue Sox, a professional baseball team made up of women, attracted 39,000 fans during their first season in 1943....
Tags: Sports, World War II (1939-1945), Baseball
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- A journey born out of tragedy and almost ended by it will finally end Saturday for Dr. Bill Gitlin, though not in the place he expected. A South Bend dentist, Gitlin had planned to run the New York City Marathon last Sunday in honor of...
Market BasketJimmy John's founder inspires local students, franchisees A local college freshman mustered up the courage last week to wait in line and meet "Jimmy John" Liautaud. Maybe the founder of Jimmy John's sandwich shops, who had just concluded a speech...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- Lowell Ritter, a 20-year-old Indiana University South Bend student, is part of a much sought-after group in the presidential election: the independent voting bloc. Unlike those of many Americans, Ritter's vote is still up for grabs....
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- When Shirley Fulton's husband died in 1992, he left no savings or insurance benefit to pay for a funeral. The two had been estranged since she left Buffalo, N.Y., years earlier, but Fulton recalls struggling to borrow enough money to take...
South Bend TribuneThe race for north-central Indiana's congressional seat could run its full course without voters seeing the two major-party candidates side by side in a televised debate. Republican Jackie Walorski announced last week that she will participate in two...
Health experts recommend visiting the dentist every 6 months. But for many, that is too expensive, even with insurance. Two area colleges provide dental hygiene clinics where people get dental service at a lower cost, and help local college students...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND — The St. Joseph River’s capacity to power mills and other industry was one of the assets that drew settlers to its shores in the 1800s. On Wednesday, city officials took a step toward tapping that power again by installing a...
CorrespondentSOUTH BEND -- The River Park Business Association, aiming to join the Indiana Main Street program, is strengthening its organizational structure as it seeks to leverage opportunities around the growing campus of Indiana University South Bend. "We'd...
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