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South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND - The scenario is more common than you think: You’ve been motoring down the road for far too long and everything - the barns, cows, McDonald’s signs - is beginning to look the same. It’s dark outside, and your eyes begin...
Tags: Drunk Driving, Travel, Sleep Apnea, Redman
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterWINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Gary Gray wasn't thinking about the recruiting implications when Notre Dame kicked off its first-ever football meeting with Wake Forest on Saturday night at B&T Field. Instead it was a rare opportunity for his mother to see him play...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterTrash bins overflowed with mattresses and furniture last month at a South Bend apartment complex. But anyone tempted to repurpose the loot would have been in for a nasty surprise. The bedding and furnishings were infested with bedbugs. The bugs had...
MANCHESTER, Mich. (AP) — A Manchester school district official says a high school student has died during a school trip to Germany. District official Kevin Mowrer says the Manchester High School student was participating in one of the school's...
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Authorities say a Michigan kindergartner collapsed and died while in Ohio on a school field trip to the Toledo Zoo. Lucas County deputy coroner Dr. Diane Barnett says 6-year-old Nicholas Allore, of Temperance, Mich., had...
Tags: Travel, Sports, Fencing, The Associated Press
ELKHART COUNTY -- For many senior citizens it's a fact of life: They can no longer drive. That, of course, means they need help getting around. And for years, the Elkhart County Council on Aging has provided that for free – but that’s about...
South Bend Regional Airport officials don't want you to stay home, but they do want you to find a means of travel that’s close to home. For five straight months the airport has reported an increase in travelers. Part of that may be an improving...
The deadly earthquake and tsunami canceled a planned study trip to Japan for two St. Joseph County residents. "We are not going anywhere this week," said New Carlisle resident MaryJane Slaby, an undergraduate journalism student at Indiana University...
South Bend Tribune Staff writerSALT LAKE CITY, Utah -- Becca Bruszewski never flinched, never showed a second of hesitation when Temple’s Marli Bennett drove the baseline. Despite the fact that Bruszewski had three fouls, and Temple was trying to slice into a five-point Irish...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The State Department is advising U.S. citizens to avoid traveling to Japan at this time. The Asian nation, a close American ally, was struck by devastating earthquakes, a deadly tsunami and is now threatened by possible radiation...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterAs gasoline prices climbed across the country in recent months, local car rental companies saw increased popularity for their more fuel-efficient and economical options. At the pump, the national average for regular gas was $3.55 on Tuesday, according...
It's a three and a half-hour drive from Notre Dame's campus to the Al McGuire Center in Milwaukee. But the return trip to South Bend has seemed a lot longer the last two times the Notre Dame women's basketball team has been there. Notre Dame is 11-2...
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