Updated: 7:36 PM Testimony began on Monday in the trial of a South Bend man accused of killing a toddler.
Updated: 12:36 PM Chicago police located the truck last week in a residential area on the north side of Chicago. Today Kosciusko County police released what the state police found in the vehicle.
Posted: 9:20 AM A Portage woman is scheduled to be sentenced on August 17th after she pleaded guilty to stealing 250-thousand dollars in life insurance money when her son died in Iraq.
Updated: 5:00 PM A 7-year-old South Bend girl is recovering at a local hospital after being shot in the leg during an attempted robbery late last night.
Updated: 12:31 AM There will be plenty of detours if you are driving around South Bend due to an influx of road construction around the city.
Updated: 12:11 AM The Center for History held family day in Leeper Park offering insight to what life was liike in the 1830's.
Updated: 11:43 PM The Saint Joseph County Fair is getting ready for thousands of people to celebrate more than eighty years!
Updated: 11:44 PM Environmental regulators say the BP permit will lessen the chemicals being dumped in Lake Michigan!
Updated: 11:45 PM Many Michigan schools are looking for ways to cut their budgets as state budget problems could cut millions.
Updated: 2:56 PM The move over law that went into effect eight years ago was inspired in part by a deadly accident here in South Bend during that year.
Updated: 2:52 PM A man from Montana was killed on I-94 Friday when his motorcycle hit a car that slowed down for traffic.
Updated: 2:54 PM Trooper accidents serve as reminder of law that helps keep police officers safe alongside roads.
Updated: 3:07 PM New Carlisle is also home to a big Wiffleball tournament this weekend!
Updated: 2:55 PM More than a dozen new cars could be rolling down the South Shore railways by 2009.
Updated: 7:03 PM Michigan State Troopers are no longer being asked to drive less to help cut down on costs.
Updated: 3:08 PM A Kids triathlon takes place in South Bend to encourage exercise and health in children.
Updated: 2:56 PM The 28th annual Wiffleball Tourney returns to Mishawaka this summer.
Updated: 10:11 AM If the bill becomes a law, a provision would change how food stamps are distributed, which means Indiana would have to cancel the 10 year contract.
Updated: 12:26 AM It seemed too good to be true--stocks at record highs just last week! Now, a change of pace.
Updated: 12:19 AM Those who had their houses swept away by Hurricane Katrina are going to get a little help from South Bend.
Updated: 11:25 PM It was no problem for one fraternity pedaling 4,000 miles as long as it helped improve the lives of a few.
Posted: 6:27 PM The Four Winds Casino is set to open for business on August 2nd. Some wonder if the town itself will ever be the same.