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Clippinger accused of murder

UPDATE: Family reacts to Clippinger found guilty of double murder

Family members say a double murder conviction for Steven Clippinger puts them one step closer to closure.

Frustrations with stopped trains

Elkhart County Sheriff's Department handing out $500 tickets to some stopped trains

Norfolk Southern says it's working hard to resolve the issues.

KeiVarae Russell

Notre Dame CB KeiVarae Russell reacts to academic hearing

Notre Dame cornerback KeiVarae Russell took to social media to discuss his academic hearing, which took place Wednesday.

Michael Peck

Elementary school employee facing charges for exposing himself to woman

A La Salle Elementary School employee faces charges Wednesday. Court documents say Michael Peck exposed himself to a woman after offering her a ride last month.

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Local hospitals prepare for Ebola

The confirmed Ebola case in the United States has many hospitals across the country re-evaluating how they would handle an Ebola patient.

Local hospitals prepare for Ebola

Local hospitals prepare for Ebola

The confirmed Ebola case in the United States has many hospitals across the country re-evaluating how they would handle an Ebola patient.

Bullying

Students stand up to bullying in South Bend

Bullying doesn't just happen with apps. In fact, it's something that almost every student will see at school. But today, students at South Bend high schools learned a new way to deal with bullying.

High water levels on Lake Michigan bring potential danger this fall

Lake Michigan's water levels are rising after being below normal for years. Meteorologist Ed Russo went to the lake today to find out more about the dangers high waters on the Lake Michigan can bring.

Tax hike approved in Elkhart County

Tax hike approved in Elkhart County

Elkhart County's income tax is going up a half percent the first of the year.

Water levels higher on Lake Michigan than previous years

Water levels higher on Lake Michigan than previous years

Lake Michigan's water levels are rising after being below normal for years. Meteorologist Ed Russo went to the lake today to find out more about the dangers of high waters on the Lake Michigan can bring.

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