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Elkhart County job hunters face stiff competition

Updated: 09/25/2008 - Hundreds of Elkhart County residents have been put out of a job over the last few months, and unemployment benefits only go so far. As many start looking for new jobs they're finding it's an uphill battle.

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Man taken into custody after four-hour standoff

Updated: 09/25/2008 - Saint Joseph County Police spent four hours last night trying to get a man out of a home on Adams Acres Court, near County Line Road and Douglas, in Granger.

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Job loss gets disaster designation

Updated: 09/24/2008 - The town of Nappanee survived last year's F-3 tornado, but can it survive the recent rash of plant closings?

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McCain suspends campaign to focus on struggling economy

Updated: 09/24/2008 - Republican John McCain says he's suspending his campaign in order to focus on the economy. He is also delaying his debate with Obama so he can return to Washington and address the issue. We sat down with professor Bob Schmuhl to discuss the decision.

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Stevensville family holding 5K fundraiser for progeria research

Updated: 09/23/2008 - A Stevensville family is asking for the community's help in raising money for research for their two-year old's rare disease that causes rapid aging. There are only 13 children in the U.S. with progeria, and fewer than 50 worldwide.

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SBFD demonstrates new rescue device

Updated: 09/23/2008 - With all the recent rains Indiana has received, rescue crews are working to keep their skills sharp, and the South Bend Fire Department teamed up with the Indiana DNR to show off their newest safety device, the Arizona Vortex.

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South Bend Common Council votes to increase police and firefighter salaries

Updated: 09/23/2008 - As we've been telling you, lower property taxes could mean a lower level of services in South Bend, but Mayor Steve Luecke once again said city officials are doing everything they can to not let that happen. On top of that, he'd like to see increasing police and firefighters' salaries.

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Three arrested in park, protesting Harbor Shores project

Updated: 09/23/2008 - Benton Harbor Police arrested three protesters Monday morning. The three people were trying to stop Harbor Shores developers from cutting down trees in a portion of Jean Klock Park. Harbor Shores officials say they have a permit to do their work in the park.

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Nursing shortage could be looming

Updated: 09/22/2008 - Michiana so far has avoided a nationwide shortage of nurses, thanks in part to so many area schools that offer registered nursing programs. But a lack of instructors could change that.

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