Updated: 6:50 PM In an effort to emphasize safety and make people aware of the dangers of drunk driving, the Elkhart County Police will conduct a formal DUI checkpoint on Elkhart’s east side.
It begins at 10PM Saturday night.
Updated: 6:20 PM Habitat for Humanity of St. Joseph County and the Studebaker National Museum were given the grants as part of AT&T’s Excelerator Grant Program.
The goal of the grants is to enhance technology abilities of organizations involved in the local community.
Updated: 6:32 PM A new study says working out regularly can reduce your chances of developing breast cancer.
In a survey of more than 15,000 women, those who exercised had a reduced risk of invasive breast cancer.
Updated: 6:22 PM Howard-Ellis Elementary in Niles is one of only a handful of Michigan schools to be named a "blue-ribbon" school.
The Michigan Department of Education made the announcement Thursday night.
Updated: 6:13 PM Nearly five-million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease.
Now researchers are on the brink of a huge breakthrough with a drug that targets the cause and could stop the disease in its tracks.
Updated: 6:04 PM Interested in giving blood?
Starting Friday, you only have to be 16.
The South Bend Medical Foundation says it is lowering the age requirement for blood donation to help more people in the community.
Updated: 6:00 PM Kyla Fryer was born with a birth defect and is waiting for a liver transplant.
Doctors say her chances of receiving a transplant are strong, but her parents need help paying for the surgery.
If you would like to help, there will be a breakfast fundraiser Saturday morning at the LaGrange Volunteer Fire Department.
Updated: 5:57 PM Firefighters were called to Cequent Towing Friday morning, in the 26-hundred block of College Avenue, on the city's south-east side.
Fire crews say an exhaust collector caught fire and flames spread to the roof.