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Why do the sirens go off?

Updated: 08/06/2008 - Tornado sirens sounded throughout St. Joseph County during last night's storm. The director of the county's emergency management says he's been receiving some phone calls, and is seeing some confusion as to what the sirens mean, and how people should react.

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Decision 2008: Michigan primary results and information

Updated: 08/06/2008 - One of the more high-profile items on the ballot involved the renewal of Cass County's drug enforcement millage. Thanks to a nearly two-to-one vote, the county's drug task force will continue running.

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iWitness coverage of Monday's severe weather

Updated: 08/05/2008 - Two summer storms blew through Michiana on Monday. iWitness Reporters from all over the area documented the weather and are sharing the photos and video on WNDU.com.

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Weapons ban ordinance shot down in Mishawaka

Updated: 08/05/2008 - Passion about protecting fellow citizens swayed Mishawaka City Council to vote 5-4 against a weapons ban ordinance. The ban was actually proposed by Mishawaka Mayor Jeff Rea and City Attorney Cory Hamel.

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Severe storms kill one person in LaPorte County

Updated: 08/05/2008 - Severe storms battered Michiana Monday night, with many counties receiving tornado warning declarations. Although it appears significant property damage has been avoided, one LaPorte man died after heavy winds caused a tree to fall on his car.

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Obama campaign is "inclusive" and unconventional

Updated: 08/05/2008 - Obama is treading where a lot of local Democrats fear to go. In Elkhart County this fall, there will be at least five uncontested county-wide races, due to a lack of participation on the part of Democratic Party candidates.

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Lightning suspected cause of Berrien County fire

Updated: 08/04/2008 - A Berrien County family is reeling after a fire gutted their home Monday morning. At this point, fire fighters in Hagar Township believe it may be a weather-related blaze.

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Police officer arrested for DUI

Posted: 08/04/2008 - A South Bend police detective faces DUI charges after he was arrested early this morning in Nappanee.

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Elkhart police officer dies in skydiving accident

Updated: 08/05/2008 - The Elkhart Police Department is mourning the loss of an officer who died in a skydiving accident. Corporal Daniel Drust, 36, was killed Sunday night after his parachute apparently malfunctioned.

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Help a Mishawaka man become the Ultimate Cubs Fan

Updated: 08/04/2008 - Sam Mook's cubicle at Press Ganey looks more like a shrine to the Cubs than a place of work. It's why he's one of 50 semifinalists to become the Ultimate Cubs Fan and get a chance to sing "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" at Wrigley Field on Labor Day. But he needs your help!

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Seminar provides tips on preventing foreclosure

Posted: 08/02/2008 - On Saturday, Lt. Governor Becky Skillman’s office -- along with Ivy Tech -- sponsored a foreclosure prevention workshop. Homeowners could seek counseling on how to prevent debt, fraud, and mortgage scams.

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Barack Obama to visit Elkhart on Wednesday

Updated: 08/04/2008 - Some have wondered if Obama’s activity in Indiana is meant to distract John McCain's campaign, and make the Republican use up resources here. NewsCenter 16's political analyst Bob Schmuhl says that if Obama really thinks he can pull off a victory in Indiana, the visit is a good move.

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Messy end to Western Am and Point O'Woods relationship

Updated: 08/01/2008 - On Wednesday, the Western Golf Association announced that the next seven Western Amateurs would be at Chicago-area clubs. The announcement could result in a permanent divorce between Point O'Woods and the WGA after a 38-year relationship.

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Americans' confidence at historic low

Updated: 08/01/2008 - Seventy-five percent of Americans think the country is on the wrong track and only 25% have a positive outlook for the country. This is a historic low point.

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David Snyder speaks out after jury verdict

Updated: 08/02/2008 - Former Roseland Town Council member David Snyder says he is breathing half a sigh of relief after the "Rumble in Roseland" trial this week. The 56-year-old was found guilty on a misdemeanor battery charge, but not guilty of felony intimidation.

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