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More people retiring, but many jobs not filled

Many more people in Indiana are retiring this year -- nearly 35% more. The state is lowering the interest rate that affects the amount of money people receive every month after they retire.

More people retiring

More people retiring

As more people reach retirement age, there's a move to offer some of us extra money to retire early. But as WSBT's Suzanne Spencer reports, many of those jobs probably won't be filled.

Students collect money to buy toys for children at the hospital

High school students buy toys for children at the hospital

A group of students from Saint Joseph High School in South Bend encouraged people to donate change. They used the money to buy toys and other things for kids at Memorial Hospital.

Coins for kids in South Bend

Coins for kids in South Bend

Young patients at South Bend's Memorial Hospital are getting a big lift, thanks to the efforts of St. Joseph High School students.

Golf ball drop fundraiser

Golf balls dropped from helicopter for charity

The event happened Wednesday night.

Goshen cracking down on landlords

City officials cracking down on problem landlords in Goshen

Goshen has tried for years to get some landlords to bring their properties up to code, but in some cases, the efforts have gone nowhere. Now, the city has started a program where they can take a landlord to court.

Goshen fighting problem landlords

Goshen fighting problem landlords

Problem landlords are being targeted by a new program in Goshen. WSBT's Ed Ernstes explains.

WWII veterans share their stories

World War II veterans are telling their stories this week. Plymouth High School has partnered with the Marshall County Historical Society to interview local World War Two veterans about their experiences.

Veterans tell their stories

Veterans tell their stories

There were a few older faces in Plymouth High School on Wednesday. One class has partnered with the Marshall County Historical Society to interview local World War II veterans about their experiences. WSBT's Zach Crenshaw has their stories.

"Get Wet for a Vet" raises $15K for homeless veterans

A huge donation has been made to help homeless veterans in our area. The 2nd annual "Get Wet for a Vet" fundraiser raised $15,000 for Miller's Homeless Veterans Center.

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