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NORTH JUDSON – A hometown hero was laid to rest Sunday. Funeral services for Specialist Robert Tauteris Jr. were held in his home town of North Judson. He and three other members of the 713th Engineer Company out of Valparaiso were killed in...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND -- Political season is quickly approaching in this election year, and the clearest signs are the fundraising numbers. But, even though money is important in helping a candidate spread his or her message, one of the men running to be Indiana'...
A day after St. Joseph County's Democratic Party chairman resigned, he's still not talking to reporters. But what’s next for the county’s Democratic Party is becoming clearer. This, as prosecutors are investigating whether dozens of...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterRepublicans in the Indiana General Assembly have picked up a tool that's becoming increasingly popular among opponents of the federal health care overhaul enacted two years ago. Whether the effort is a serious attempt to reform health care or merely a...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND - More than 90 local veterans headed to Indiana University South Bend on Wednesday evening to learn how to better access benefits they earned serving in the military. U.S. Rep. Joe Donnelly’s office organized the event that featured a...
SOUTH BEND — The telephone privacy of all residents across the state is being threatened by a new bill in Congress, Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller said during a press conference at the St. Joseph County Courthouse on Thursday. The bill, H.R....
Tags: Justice System, Lawyers, Fred Upton
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND - For the first time in two decades, north-central Indiana’s congressional district has a new Democratic leader. Mike Schmuhl, who managed winning campaigns this year for Pete Buttigieg in the South Bend mayor’s race and last...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterAlthough Marla Theocharides has won custody of her children in an American court, she sees little hope that her now-ex-husband will be forced anytime soon to return the children to the country in which they were born. So far, the court in Cyprus has...
Tags: Hillary Clinton, Richard Lugar, Abusive Behavior, Family, Cyprus
“The U.S. Postal Service has a long history of serving our country by delivering the mail to every community—no matter the size. The fiscal challenges the Postal Service is facing are due, in part, to overpayments in its retirement...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterNeither a strong rain nor chilly temps could stop marchers in support of saving America’s postal service in downtown South Bend Tuesday afternoon. About 150 postal workers and their families marched from the downtown South Bend post office on South...
The city is one step closer to a new, much larger Veterans Affairs center. But some local vets say they are facing other government cuts that don't seem fair. The House approved a measure that would provide $6.7 million for a VA center ten times the...
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY – The push to get U.S. troops out of Iraq and Afghanistan will cost hundreds of local workers their jobs. AM General announced Thursday morning that about 350 workers on the military side of the company will be laid off. The cuts...
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