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  • South Bend 3rd unhappiest city in study, locals say otherwise

    South Bend 3rd unhappiest city in study, locals say otherwise

    The third unhappiest city in the country; that's where South Bend is ranked on a new study backed by the CDC and a Harvard researcher.More >>
    The third unhappiest city in the country; that's where South Bend is ranked on a new study backed by the CDC and a Harvard researcher.
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  • How much sleep do you really need?

    How much sleep do you really need?

    Lakeland HealthCare Sleep Lab measures brain waves and body movements as part of its sleep studiesLakeland HealthCare Sleep Lab measures brain waves and body movements as part of its sleep studies
    If you're like most of us, you're probably not getting enough sleep. In fact, almost 70 percent of Americans say they don't get enough shut-eye. But exactly how much you need to perform at your best is under debate.More >>
    If you're like most of us, you're probably not getting enough sleep. In fact, almost 70 percent of Americans say they don't get enough shut-eye. But exactly how much you need to perform at your best is under debate.More >>
  • Fire Department in Syracuse wants an Indiana law requiring carbon monoxide detectors in residences

    Fire Department in Syracuse wants an Indiana law requiring carbon monoxide detectors in residences

    Chief Scott demonstrates how a carbon monoxide detector worksChief Scott demonstrates how a carbon monoxide detector works
    Starting today, Turkey Creek Fire Department in Syracuse is offering 150 free carbon monoxide detectors to the community. Just last month there, a twelve year old boy died from exposure to the "silent killer" when two gas powered generators were running in his home. Fire Chief Mickey Scott's department was the first to respond when Skyler Spore died last month. His house didn't have a detector. Chief Scott would like to see a law in Indiana requiring carbon monoxide detectors in every home.More >>
    Starting today, Turkey Creek Fire Department in Syracuse is offering 150 free carbon monoxide detectors to the community. Just last month there, a twelve year old boy died from exposure to the "silent killer" when two gas powered generators were running in his home. Fire Chief Mickey Scott's department was the first to respond when Skyler Spore died last month. His house didn't have a detector.
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  • South Bend 3rd unhappiest city in study, locals say otherwise

    South Bend 3rd unhappiest city in study, locals say otherwise

  • Reggie Wayne arrives at Colts Camp in style

    Reggie Wayne arrives at Colts Camp in style

     With the help of Indianapolis 500 pole sitter Ed Carpenter, Reggie arrived at Anderson University in style.  To heck with your limos or camouflage.  Reggie Wayne is letting people know that he expects to be fast this year by coming into camp in one of the quickest race cars on the planet.


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     With the help of Indianapolis 500 pole sitter Ed Carpenter, Reggie arrived at Anderson University in style.  To heck with your limos or camouflage.  Reggie Wayne is letting people know that he expects to be fast this year by coming into camp in one of the quickest race cars on the planet.



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  • Notre Dame field turf being laid down in the stadium

    Notre Dame field turf being laid down in the stadium

     Notre Dame football began in 1887. Going into their 127th year of playing, they've been on artificial turf, field turf and even astro turf.  But never at home. To some, it would be like Knute Rockne wearing a wig.  For others, it's long overdue.  The announcement to eliminate real grass came at the Blue Gold game in April.  Monday was the first time we got to see the fake stuff in the Stadium.








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     Notre Dame football began in 1887. Going into their 127th year of playing, they've been on artificial turf, field turf and even astro turf.  But never at home. To some, it would be like Knute Rockne wearing a wig.  For others, it's long overdue.  The announcement to eliminate real grass came at the Blue Gold game in April.  Monday was the first time we got to see the fake stuff in the Stadium.

     

     

     






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  • UPDATE: Dowagiac Police report missing teenager found safe

    UPDATE: Dowagiac Police report missing teenager found safe

    Picture of Daven Lamont Brown (Courtesy: Regina Northrop)Picture of Daven Lamont Brown (Courtesy: Regina Northrop)
    UPDATE: Dowagiac Police report missing teenager Daven Lamont Brown has been located by his family and is unharmed. 
    Police say the family noticed "an increase in conversation" on social media after news reports came out that Brown was missing. They say those conversations led to information on where Brown might be, and he was found by family. Brown told police he was with friends the whole time he was reported missing and neglected to tell his family where he was.
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    UPDATE: Dowagiac Police report missing teenager Daven Lamont Brown has been located by his family and is unharmed. 
    Police say the family noticed "an increase in conversation" on social media after news reports came out that Brown was missing. They say those conversations led to information on where Brown might be, and he was found by family. Brown told police he was with friends the whole time he was reported missing and neglected to tell his family where he was.
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  • Woman found dead inside her burning home in Middlebury

    Woman found dead inside her burning home in Middlebury

    Police are still investigating after a woman was found dead Wednesday morning inside of her home in Middlebury. When authorities arrived at the scene, her house had caught fire.Elkhart County Sheriff Department deputies responded to the scene on the 11400 block of County Rd. 4 in Middlebury shortly after midnight Wednesday morning. Inside the home, they found 69-year-old Lona Chutsch dead inside of her burning house.More >>
    Police are still investigating after a woman was found dead Wednesday morning inside of her home in Middlebury. When authorities arrived at the scene, her house had caught fire.Elkhart County Sheriff Department deputies responded to the scene on the 11400 block of County Rd. 4 in Middlebury shortly after midnight Wednesday morning. Inside the home, they found 69-year-old Lona Chutsch dead inside of her burning house.
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  • Fatal motorcycle accident on US 20 in Elkhart

    Fatal motorcycle accident on US 20 in Elkhart

    A 42 year old Elkhart man was pronounced dead at the scene of a motorcycle accident Sunday just before 11 AM. The motorcycle driver was driving his Harley Davidson eastbound on US 20, when he crossed the center line near CO RD 13. He collided with a vehicle traveling west.Police reports say witnesses suggested the man may have been driving around 70-80 miles per hour. He was found not wearing a helmet. The driver of the car had only minor scrapes as injuries. The Elkhart County Crash Investig...More >>
    A 42 year old Elkhart man was pronounced dead at the scene of a motorcycle accident Sunday just before 11 AM. The motorcycle driver was driving his Harley Davidson eastbound on US 20, when he crossed the center line near CO RD 13. He collided with a vehicle traveling west.Police reports say witnesses suggested the man may have been driving around 70-80 miles per hour. He was found not wearing a helmet. The driver of the car had only minor scrapes as injuries. The Elkhart County Crash Investig...More >>
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