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South Bend woman gets 120 months for heroin dealing

A South Bend woman is headed to prison for conspiracy to distribute heroin. 28 year-old Kayla Hampton received a 10-year sentence for her role in...

Elkhart River Queen: 5 years later

The Elkhart River Queen continues to make memories for people who climb aboard. Now five years after it was given a second chance for...

South Bend’s “Grow Downtown” program returns

South Bend's "Grow Downtown" program is returning this season. The flower program is in its eighth year, and is meant to improve the landscape downtown...

Football Fridays continue in downtown South Bend

Football Fridays will continue in South Bend. The Courtyard by Marriott, in partnership with Downtown South Bend, Inc. and Visit South Bend Mishawaka, have decided...

Elkhart County testing new voting machines on Thursday

It's no joke: A public test of new electronic voting machines is happening Thursday, April 1 in Elkhart County. The test is open to everyone...

Braun invites Illinois police officers facing possible dismissal to join Indiana

Illinois Police officers are facing possible dismissal for refusing to comply with a COVID-19 vaccine mandate are receiving an invitation from US Senator Mike...

Notre Dame fans to stream Fighting Irish TV

The Notre Dame brand is hitting the streaming service airwaves. The University has partnered with developer WMT to create "Fighting Irish TV", a free streaming...

Public input welcome on the future of Tarkington Elementary

Public input is welcome as the South Bend School Board discusses the future use of Tarkington Elementary. Back in February, the board voted to close...

Woman who was struck and killed on 9-33 has now been identified

The woman who was struck and killed while trying to cross State Road 9-33, on Saturday night, Nov. 13, has now been identified. Police in...

Notre Dame President’s statement on Wednesday events in D.C.

Notre Dame President The Reverend John Jenkins released a statement Wednesday evening regarding the events Wednesday at the nation's Capitol. Jenkins called the "assault on...

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