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New Buffalo opens new Amtrak station

Updated: 10/26/2009 - “This is the first station that we’re aware of, that has been built totally with private funds in the nation,” said Michael Franke, Amtrak Assistant Vice President.

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UPDATE: Fire at Edwardsburg restaurant ruled as arson

Updated: 10/30/2009 - The fire that destroyed Legends Sports Bar and Grill in Edwardsburg has been ruled as arson by Michigan state investigators. The cause and origin of the fire are still unknown as investigators are still in the early stages of collecting evidence.

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Man lost inside Elkhart County Jail for more than 12 hours

Updated: 10/26/2009 - An Elkhart County man doing community service on Saturday says he was locked inside a cell at the county jail for more than 12 hours. Scott Roberts was working off 50 hours of community service when a door closed, and locked behind him.

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Twin suicide car bombs in Baghdad kill 136

Posted: 10/25/2009 - Two car bombs detonate near government buildings this morning. Iraqi medical and security officials say the death toll has risen to 136.

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Cardiac Kids, version 6: Irish end skid against BC

Updated: 10/25/2009 - Golden Tate scored on a 36 yard touchdown and the Irish defense came up with three interceptions in the 2nd half as Notre Dame ended its 6-game losing streak against Boston College with a 20-16 win over the Eagles at the Stadium on Saturday.

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Today in History: Oct. 24, 2009

Updated: 05/13/2013 - Today is October 24, 2009 and there’s a lot that went on around the world on this day in history.

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N.D. focuses on job creation

Posted: 10/24/2009 - Innovation Park is looking for a few budding Thomas Edisons, in the hopes of creating new jobs.

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Free flu tent opens in Michigan City

Posted: 10/23/2009 - With swine flu vaccines in short supply – and emergency rooms flooded with people concerned about the flu – a Michigan City hospital is responding with a free tent offering help and medicine.

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Courts rule against IHSAA again; Eric Woods can play for Washington

Updated: 10/23/2009 - In a 43-page ruling, St. Joseph Circuit Court Special Judge David P. Matsey found that most of the evidence relied on by the IHSAA to restrict Woods' athletic eligibility, “was hearsay, erroneous assumptions, and not supported by substantial evidence in the Record, and were in disregard of the facts and circumstances before the IHSAA.”

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