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As we head into the winter months, first responders are giving some reminders on preventing fires. [Read More]
One South Bend church is doing its part in making sure that people in the community have a hot meal for Thanksgiving. [Read More]
The Goshen School Board this evening announces the hiring of the district's new school superintendent. [Read More]
Dry Monday, clouds and sunshine likely but staying cool. Tuesday a messy storm system will move into Michiana. Snow will changeover to rain showers which... [Read More]
The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana is suing officials at a northern Indiana school, alleging that they violated a Black student's First Amendment rights... [Read More]
If you're looking to get in the holiday spirit while staying safe, then head to Shipshewana. [Read More]
With everyone home during the pandemic, researchers are seeing a gender gap in coronavirus stress. [Read More]
Dozens gathered in South Bend Sunday for a candlelight vigil honoring a Niles man whose body was found in the St. Joseph River. [Read More]
As coronavirus cases forced schools to go virtual, Tarkington Elementary School in South Bend was looking for a way to keep students connected. [Read More]
The state Supreme Court has ordered Hill to pay more than $19,000 in a disciplinary case. [Read More]
The South Bend Common Council is being asked to soften its stance on smoking. [Read More]
A start-up electric vehicle manufacturer apparently has plans to fire up the old AM General plant in Mishawaka where the commercial Hummer was once produced. [Read More]
It is possible that you could see some scheduling delays and delays in getting your results. [Read More]
Michigan Representative Fred Upton told CNN that the voters have spoken and that elected officials need to get back to governing. [Read More]
There have been 8,543 deaths and 314,216 confirmed cases throughout the state. [Read More]
We reached out to the teams of both senators for statements after journalist Carl Bernstein named Republican senators who he says have privately expressed... [Read More]
"Our intensive care unit beds are full. We have had to send some patients who need intensive care to other facilities – and we may... [Read More]
Beacon Health System employees are sponsoring a giveaway of 2,000 frozen turkeys to Michiana residents. [Read More]
A former spy who was once convicted to life with the possibility of parole has completed his parole and can now return to Israel. [Read More]
Many viewers say they're tired of hearing 16 News Now report the coronavirus numbers and dire warnings from health officials. Perhaps you should hear it... [Read More]
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