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The debate over whether Chick-fil-A should be allowed to sell sandwiches on campus at Indiana University South Bend continues. The university hosted a forum to discuss the controversial topic Tuesday night. It started with an article in the campus...
BENTON HARBOR, Mich. (AP) — The Michigan Supreme Court has turned down an appeal from Benton Harbor residents opposed to the city's agreement to lease part of a park to a luxury golf course along Lake Michigan. The court heard arguments in January...
Tags: Golf, Jack Nicklaus, Local Government, Sports, Politics
BENTON HARBOR — The PGA of America has opened a Championship office that will serve as the home for the staff of the 73rd and 75th Senior PGA Championships to be contested at The Golf Club at Harbor Shores next year and in 2014. The Championship...
CHICAGO (AP) — Was your kid born to be an elite athlete? Marketers of genetic tests claim the answer is in mail-order kits costing less than $200. Some customers say the test results help them steer their children to appropriate sports. But...
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind (AP) — Forty-two teams from Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Ohio and Alabama high schools will compete in a robotics contest this week at Purdue University. Among Indiana teams are two from South Bend, and one each from Elkhart, New...
Tags: Ohio, High Schools, Schools, Indiana, Colleges and Universities
NILES -- Will state retirees see their pensions taxed as Gov. Rick Snyder has proposed? It’s too soon to say what the Legislature will do with the proposal but one state lawmaker has an idea. “I suspect you’re going to see some...
ELKHART — Head down in concentration, Tina Iavagnilio swung her golf club and sent the ball rolling through the snow and into the hole. A birdie! Iavagnilio screamed. So did her teammates. It was only their second hole of the Simonton Lake Ice...
Tags: Golf, Sports, Tennis, Lifestyle and Leisure
After reading stories about loved one’s cremations being delayed and hearing from frustrated doctors wrestling with Indiana’s new system for recording death certificates online, the Indiana State Medical Association cited several problems that...
Tags: Criminals, Indiana, Health, Elections, Crime, Law and Justice
WASHINGTON (AP) — Fewer people bought previously owned homes last year than in any year since 1997. But home sales in December jumped to fastest pace in seven months The National Association of Realtors says sales fell 4.8 percent to 4.91...
There's no telling yet what the new Main Street Bridge over the St. Joseph River in Niles will look like once the current 91-year-old span is replaced but one thing appears certain: It'll have a slightly different location. Officials with the Michigan...
GRAND BLANC TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — A Davison man has died and another from the mid-Michigan city was injured after they fell from a moving party bus on Interstate 75 near the Genesee County and Oakland County line. The Detroit Free Press and WJRT-...
This morning, as hundreds gathered for a breakfast for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, two educators and four people who serve hospitals received honors for being — in King’s words — "drum majors" for community service. South Bend Mayor...
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