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Believed to be doing a slow burn for several days, by Wednesday night a woods fire consumed 20 acres off Nutmeg Road near 19th Road in Marshall County. Argos Fire Chief Mark Dean told WSBT three of 37 firefighters suffered heat exhaustion during the...
Tags: Disasters and Accidents, Fires
We are having an afternoon like we have not seen in a long time. The mercury hit 100 degrees in South Bend. You have to turn the calendar back nearly 13 years to July 30, 1999 when people in South Bend saw temperatures reach 100 degrees. The last time we...
WSBT-TV ReporterIt's a disturbing trend in Elkhart County; the Humane Society says it's seen several cases recently of cats dying, not all of them intentionally killed, but accidentally after being sealed in a container. Of the four cases in just three weeks, the Humane...
Tags: Heat Stroke
South Bend TribuneWhen doctors first were coming to grips with the syndrome defined by an unstoppable urge to eat, those whose chromosomes created that urge rarely lived long enough for others to worry about what would happen to them as adults. With slow growth, low...
SOUTH BEND — Everyone needs to be careful during this heat wave, drinking plenty of water and staying cool. But they also need to keep a close eye on their pets. Animals can get sick from this heat too. Just like a person, animals can get heat...
Tags: Heat Stroke, Physical Conditions, Pets, Health
Last week we squeezed in a client who wanted a second opinion on their new kitten, “Goobers.” Mrs. Panicking had found out the day before that her newly adopted kitten from the shelter had a “very serious” condition and she needed...
MISHAWAKA — As temperatures flirted with the triple digits across much of the area Tuesday, people did everything they could to stay cool. At Merrifield Park in Mishawaka, people wore hats and men took their shirts off as temperatures soared....
WASHINGTON (AP) — Scientists now say a virus suspected of playing a role in chronic fatigue syndrome probably was a false alarm, the latest suspect to fall by the wayside. Two years ago, some researchers announced they'd found traces of a mouse-...
PITTSBURGH -- When one of the craziest crowds in one of the most intimidating arenas anywhere had been quieted, Notre Dame senior captain Ben Hansbrough had plenty of pep left. Hansbrough, who again was a one-man wrecking crew at the most opportune time...
His all-business face in place, Notre Dame senior captain Ben Hansbrough focuses solely on the routine that awaits, oblivious to everything and everyone around him. Hansbrough glides to the corner of the court, pounds the ball to the floor and...
Ken Venturi, who won the 1964 U.S. Open golf championship in dramatic fashion and became a longtime television commentator, died Friday in Rancho Mirage. He was 82. Venturi, who was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame earlier this month, died at...
Tags: Sports, Masters Tournament, U.S. Open (golf), CBS Corp., Golf
The Hartford CourantUntil it happened to him, Itzhak Brook, a pediatric infectious disease specialist at Georgetown University School of Medicine, didn't think much about the problem of misdiagnosis. That was before doctors at a Maryland hospital repeatedly told Brook his...
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