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IUSB students ready to spend in their new neighborhood

Updated: 08/14/2008 - From an economic slump in some areas, to a potential grand slam in others. That's the prediction in some spots in South Bend. One local neighborhood is in the process of being created as we speak.

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Olympic Games inspirational half a world away

Updated: 08/14/2008 - More than 82 million Americans, including plenty of folks in Michiana, tuned in to watch Team USA's literal golden boy these summer Olympic Games. Michael Phelps is one of many inspirational stories out of the 2008 Beijing games.

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Family of 11 homeless after fire

Updated: 08/13/2008 - It's a mystery what caused their home to burn to the ground Monday night. But, the Olingers say, it's as much a miracle they're all together tonight.

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A first glimpse of RV layoffs' trickle-down effect

Posted: 08/13/2008 - It'll likely be some time before we know what the full trickle-down effect of the lay-offs will be. But for the businesses that have their proverbial eggs in the RV industry's basket, things are trickling down very quickly.

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Family members say "friends" buried a man in his own backyard

Updated: 08/13/2008 - Randy Guyberson is remembered by family as a caring person who would often invite troubled individuals into his home. His cousin attempted to dissuade him from doing so, but Randy called it his mission in life and said he was simply doing God's will.

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Zoning board approves cell tower at Humane Society

Updated: 08/12/2008 - The St. Joseph County Humane Society is doing all it can to raise money to build a new facility, and that includes proposing to raise a 150-foot cell tower on its property. However, many neighbors worry about the tower's effect on property value.

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Some PHM students waiting for bus routes

Posted: 08/12/2008 - Penn-Harris-Madison schools were flooded with calls Monday, many from parents still waiting to get their child's bus routes. School officials say the bus schedules were mailed out late this year.

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U.S. continues to lead the medal count in Beijing

Updated: 08/12/2008 - Another event, another world record and gold medal for Michael Phelps. No one else was even close in the 200-meter freestyle. Also, the men's gymnastic team picked up a surprise medal.

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Local food pantry founders battle over budget cuts

Updated: 08/12/2008 - It started out with budget cuts at a food pantry. Now, it's a battle with lawyers involved. About a week ago, we told you "The Bridge" would lose three employees because of budget cuts.

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Elkhart says goodbye to Corporal Dan Drust

Updated: 08/11/2008 - Dozens of Elkhart officers and police officers from several surrounding departments were at Monday's funeral services. Corporal Drust was just 36 years old. He died last week in a sky-diving accident.

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Newmar announces more cuts

Posted: 08/11/2008 - Today, a Newmar Corporation spokesman said they'll cut more manufacturing jobs this week.

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AM General to build taxi in 2010

Updated: 08/11/2008 - The Vehicle Production Group LLC plans to begin building a taxi at Mishawaka's AM General plant in the first quarter of 2010.

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