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South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND - It wasn’t so much about looking in the mirror as it was hearing the reverberations over and over. And over. On Thursday evening, Notre Dame second-year head football Brian Kelly pledged that he’ll still bring the fire on game...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterMore than 200 people, many of them age 20 to 30, lined up at Barnes & Noble in the U.P. Mall. And it was still a good 40 minutes before Dave Ramsey was to arrive Thursday. Sitting in his touring bus a few minutes later, a gracious Ramsey seemed genuinely...
Tags: Social Media, Facebook, Media Industry, Personal Finance, Mesa
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — The California radio preacher who predicted the apocalypse on May 21 has been moved to a nursing home, where he is recovering from a stroke he suffered last month. Harold Camping's daughter confirms her father recently...
Tags: Nursing, Stroke, Health, Human Interest, Physical Conditions
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Researchers fear a hunter may have killed a black bear named Hope who became famous when her birth in northeastern Minnesota was broadcast live to a worldwide audience over the Internet. Lynn Rogers, senior biologist with the...
Tags: Hunting, Social Media, Facebook, Mass Media, Research
Harry Kevorkian, a longtime prominent newsman at WNDU and WSBT and a former educator at the University of Notre Dame, died Sunday. Kevorkian, a Granger resident, was 82. Kevorkian worked at WNDU for 25 years as a newscaster, assignment editor, news...
In the early 1960’s and really for years beyond, the newspaper business was not exactly an upwardly mobile profession for women. The same could be said for broadcast journalism when I started several years later. Just about the best a woman could do...
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The Christian ministry that predicted the rapture would take 200 million Christians up to heaven on May 21 now says a cataclysmic event will destroy the globe on Friday. Members of the Oakland-based Members of Family Radio...
Tags: Harold Camping, Entertainment
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND — Brian Kelly spent his 50th birthday Sunday likely wondering why he felt like years seemingly had just been shaved off his life. Was the thumping in his head from ND’s apparent new third-down defense anthem — "Crazy Train"...
Navy starting QB Kriss Proctor will not play against Notre Dame this Saturday. Proctor injured his elbow during the 2nd quarter of Navy's loss to East Carolina last Saturday. Navy radio play-by-play announcer Bob Socci broke the news tonight on WSBT...
MASON, Texas (AP) — On a YouTube clip that has gone viral, brash Texas handgun instructor Crockett Keller defiantly tells Muslims and non-Christian Arabs he won't teach them how to handle a firearm. Watch the clip here. State officials see the...
SOUTH BEND — Surrounded by the tents of protest, Tony Lamb settles into a folding chair and glances toward the morning sun. It’s 10 a.m. on Wednesday and Lamb, a former union laborer, is all alone. As he rests on John Hunt plaza, the wide...
Tags: Social Media, NPR, Demonstration, Facebook, Occupy Wall Street
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Responding to a wave of criticism, a California milk board has modified an advertising campaign targeting men by promoting milk as a way to lessen the effects of premenstrual syndrome. The California Milk Processor's Board...
Tags: The Associated Press, NPR, Elections, California, Entertainment
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