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South Bend Tribune Staff WriterTerry Barker, superintendent of Union-North United School Corp., is becoming School City of Mishawaka’s next leader. Barker, who has been superintendent of the Lakeville district since 2009, was named Mishawaka’s new superintendent at a...
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ST. JOSEPH – The forecast for the next couple of days means local beaches will likely be packed this Labor Day weekend. But forecasters say Sunday and Monday will likely prompt rip current warnings. So far this year, 62 people have drowned in...
Tags: Illinois, Facebook, Lake Surfing, Windsurfing, Labor Day
PALOS PARK, Ill. (AP) — Authorities in suburban Chicago have charged a high school student in the deaths of his parents, who were found beaten in their Palos Park home. The Cook County medical examiner on Monday ruled that 42-year-old Maria...
Tags: Murder, Palos Park
CHICAGO (AP) — A Cook County judge wants Republican Rep. Joe Walsh to explain why he seems to be $100,000 behind in child-support payments. The Chicago Sun-Times ( http://bit.ly/rbJp6z ) says the judge also questioned why Walsh wasn't in court...
Tags: Joe Walsh, Tea Party Movement, Judges, Justice System, Lawyers
PORTER, Ind. (AP) — Indiana transportation officials hope that federal officials will help improve a congested rail junction in northwestern Indiana now that grants aimed at creating high-speed passenger train service between Detroit and Chicago...
Harry Kevorkian, a longtime prominent newsman at WNDU and WSBT and a former educator at the University of Notre Dame, died Sunday. Kevorkian, a Granger resident, was 82. Kevorkian worked at WNDU for 25 years as a newscaster, assignment editor, news...
WHEATON, Ill. (AP) — A former Illinois hospital worker who stole engagement and wedding rings off the fingers of a deceased patient and pawned them to pay his cable bill has been sentenced to two years in prison. Frederick Tapley pleaded guilty...
CHICAGO (AP) - Two people familiar with the situation say the Chicago Bears won't report to training camp this week even if there is a new labor agreement because they need more time to prepare. The people spoke on condition of anonymity because they...
All day today WSBT is showing you some of our area's best kept secrets. The Bendix Corporation is a big part of South Bend history, but did you know its creator has something in common with a comic book crime fighter? Founded in 1924, the Bendix...
CHICAGO (AP) — The Illinois Department of Corrections is investigating allegations that a man who spent a week in a county jail was denied his prescribed medications for HIV. Arick (AYR'-ik) Buckles of Chicago says officials at the Bureau County...
CHICAGO (AP) — The conviction rate for sexual offenses reported at six Midwestern colleges — including Notre Dame — is far lower than the national average, according to a newspaper survey published today, and experts say the numbers are...
CHICAGO (AP) — Children on public insurance are being denied treatment by doctors at much higher rates than those with private coverage, according to an undercover study that had researchers pose as parents of sick kids seeking an appointment with a...
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