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South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND - Four of the six people running for at-large seats on the South Bend Common Council discussed job creation, crime, vacant and abandoned housing and other issues during a candidates’ forum Thursday at Indiana University South Bend. The...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND - A Business Outlook Panel of economic experts at Indiana University South Bend on Friday predicted sluggish growth in 2012, with a bright-side note that threats of a double-dip recession have receded. “For the last couple of years, it...
BUCHANAN — Years of hard work and determination have paid off for the Friends of McCoy's Creek Trail as members received word Tuesday that their state grant application to extend the trail looks like it will be funded. While the Michigan Natural...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterToday is the day of the turkey. Sure, most Americans will honor the bird by making it the main entree of their holiday feast today - an honor most turkeys probably don't appreciate. But those birds - eaten by 88 percent of Americans today, according...
WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal judge is upholding a decision by government scientists that global warming is threatening the polar bear's survival. U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan on Thursday ruled that a May 2008 decision to place the bear on...
Now a brief check of news from overseas. In France this has been the driest March through May in 50 years. And the warmest in 110 years. Several European Nations are rapidly preparing emergency plans to conserve water, give farmers millions of dollars...
Tags: France, Water Restrictions, Ecosystems, Europe, Weather
FLINT, Mich. (AP) — A man who had been charged with shooting and wounding a bald eagle has pleaded no contest to reckless discharge of a firearm. Sixty-five-year-old James A. Nelson of Genessee County's Gaines Township entered his plea Thursday in...
MIAMI (AP) — Authorities say rapper Sean Kingston is hospitalized after a crashing a personal watercraft into a Miami Beach bridge. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission spokesman Jorge Pino says Kingston and a female passenger were...
MIAMI (AP) — A publicist for Sean Kingston is offering the latest on the hip-hop singer who's been hospitalized since crashing his watercraft into a Miami Beach bridge over the weekend. Joseph Carozza said Tuesday that Kingston remains in...
FANNING SPRINGS, Fla. (AP) — A sturgeon jumped into an airboat on a Florida river and broke a 25-year-old woman's leg. Witnesses say the fish was about 5- to 6-feet long and weighed about 60- to 75-pounds. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation...
Tags: Florida, Natural Resources, Wildlife, Endangered Species, Nature
"Go West, Young Man..." When Horace Greeley printed those words he was talking about what awaited farmers and their families in the fertile valleys of parts of the west. Thousands of families took up that mantra, accepted the challenges of actually...
MARCO ISLAND, Fla. (AP) — A dolphin weighing between 600 and 700 pounds jumped onto the deck of a boat, injuring a woman in South Florida. Isles of Capri Fire spokesman Keith Perry says a charter boat captain called 911 Sunday afternoon after...
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