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South Bend TribuneKandis and Daniel Tubb spent hours analyzing the ultrasound pictures, straining to see traces of each other in their unborn son's features. Daniel said his sweet little button nose came from Kandis. And Kandis thought almost everything else looked like...
South Bend TribuneA nurse handed Lee Stevens scrubs as his wife was rushed into surgery. He threw them on over his clothes while listening to the commotion through the hospital doors. The WSBT-TV news producer felt terrified. It all started around 5 a.m. March 5, 2010,...
South Bend TribuneGRANGER -- Katie Haynie browsed a menu at Tony Sacco's with her husband sitting across the table and holding her smiling 10-month-old daughter Penelope, dressed in a checkered onesie. Haynie, a first-time mother, dined at the restaurant with her family...
WSBT-TVGRANGER – A popular Granger restaurant extends an olive branch to nursing mothers after an incident last Sunday left many of them outraged. A customer complained about a woman breastfeeding her child in the dining area. That's when an employee...
SOUTH BEND – It has been five years since a nurse from our area was gunned down along with four others at a clothing store near Chicago. On Wednesday, scholarships were given out in her memory. Jeni Bishop was a Memorial Hospital ICU nurse who...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The chief medical officer of the American Cancer Society will be in Indianapolis to speak to a group seeking to reduce cancer in Indiana through the development of a comprehensive plan. Dr. Otis Brawley will speak at the...
MUNCIE, Ind. (AP) — Whether you love guns, hate guns or are somehow totally indifferent to them, only a fool would argue that Tim and Patty Williams haven't survived the worst gun nightmare that any parent can endure. Nineteen years ago, their 13-...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- While awaiting trial on two murder charges and a slew of other accusations, Brandon Biffle spent much of his time in the St. Joseph County Jail in the rubber room, where inmates on suicide watch are generally sent. He slept on the floor and...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — An Indiana grand jury has indicted a South Carolina woman on numerous charges for allegedly delivering several children in Indiana, including a newborn that died. Forty-nine-year-old Carol Velasquez of Aiken, S.C., was arrested...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A right-to-work law is on the books in Michigan, a mainstay of organized labor, but those considering opting out of paying union dues will have to wait months or years to do so. The law, which lets workers choose not to pay...
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South Bend TribuneMISHAWAKA -- Consider how many separate claims would need to be filed to individual health care providers under the current Medicare payment system for the following case: A 75-year-old woman falls at home and is taken by ambulance to the hospital...
CHICAGO (AP) — It's a study everyone is talking about today because the statistics are so dramatic: States with the most gun control laws have a 42 percent lower gun death rate than states with the least number of gun control laws, according to a...
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