Residents in four states including Indiana are cleaning up damage from tornados and high winds.
The storms buffeted parts of Indiana, Tennessee, Illinois, and Ohio Thursday.
Updated: 6:37 PM
As many as 15 police officers surrounded a house on South Bend's south side after five suspects invaded a home.
Updated: 3:54 PM
For generations of Americans sunburns were as much a part of growing up as riding your bike without a helmet and staying out way after dark.
Updated: 12:09 AM
State police have released the names of all eight people killed in the accident.
Posted: 10:17 PM
“Blame it on mom,” is the key point from a new study on childhood obesity.
Posted: 7:44 PM
A study of over 1500 pregnant women found just over 20% reported smoking.
Updated: 7:40 PM
A new study is trying to determine if exercise can trick the brain into eliminating Parkinson's symptoms.
Posted: 7:35 PM
Guests at the Wooden Indian Motel say the shooter was very quiet and kept to himself.
Updated: 4:23 PM
A tornado swings through LaPorte County-injuring a police officer, knocking over buildings and trees, and leaving a mess.
Updated: 3:56 PM
It’s believed that a semi-truck driven by Leonardo Cooksey of Mount Prospect, Illinois struck the rear of a pickup truck, which careened into several other vehicles.
Updated: 7:47 PM
For the first time Thursday, the family of a fallen South Bend police officer talks about their loss.
Updated: 8:06 PM
Officials warn residents that the ash borer may be in firewood that they purchased at some Menards stores, and that the firewood should be used by May 1st.
Updated: 4:53 PM
What your kids eat in the school lunchroom is mostly healthy, but what about vending machines and snacks sold after school?
Government regulations do not cover snacks sold by booster clubs or at football games, but that could soon change.
Updated: 6:18 PM
A picture of Corporal Polizzotto now hangs on the wall at TGI Friday's on Ireland Road.
Updated: 7:59 PM
Americans are sun worshippers, but having that bronzed body is causing skin cancer rates to rise and it can be deadly.
Olaf Wiest is a professor of chemistry and biochemistry at Notre Dame.
Updated: 6:14 PM
Power is back on in downtown South Bend.
Updated: 7:53 PM
A Clay high school student is removed from school, after threatening to harm himself and other kids. The district says the situation is under control.
Updated: 6:10 PM
The Toll Road is now open after a seven vehicle crash killed eight people Thursday morning near Bristol.
Updated: 6:29 PM
Dorothy Snyder was arrested Wednesday night, for non-compliance with a town ordinance.
Updated: 2:06 PM
Fireworks are the subject of another big decision in the Statehouse.
Updated: 11:57 PM
Storied past of motel brings questions up about future of business.
Posted: 7:13 PM
People with high I.Q's do not have it all figured out especially when it comes to money.
Posted: 6:43 PM
Those late night study sessions may seem last minute but it might be the best way to ace that test.
Posted: 6:41 PM
Lung cancer is the biggest cancer killer of all, taking more than 150-thousand lives a year and now scientists try to put it in check.
Posted: 6:39 PM
Women who are dependent on alcohol suffer brain damage faster than men do that is according to a new study.
Posted: 6:37 PM
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