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Aspirin May Prevent Cancer

Updated: 04/18/2007 - An Aspirin a day could keep cancer away, but do not expect your doctor to start recommending the drug just yet.

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False Threat At VA Tech Rattles Students

Updated: 04/18/2007 - Virginia Tech students got another scare this morning when police stormed a building on campus. Swat teams entered Burruss Hall after getting reports of suspicious activity.

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Bird Flu Preparation

Updated: 04/18/2007 - While there have been no reported cases of the disease here in the U.S, thye government prepares a vaccine for a possible "Bird Flu" pandemic.

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Details Show That VA Tech Gunman Had Previous Problems

Updated: 04/18/2007 - There are chilling new details about the student who went on a rampage at Virginia Tech University and killed 32 people. Police say, Cho Seung Hui had apparently stalked at least two female students in 2005 and had been sent to a mental facility.

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Clean Your Files Day

Updated: 04/18/2007 - Today some South Bend residents got some help cleaning up their files and Football Hall of Fame.

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Andrew’s University Student Arrested After Beating Professor

Updated: 04/18/2007 - Closer to home, violence at a local university has one student jailed on attempted murder charges. According to our Read It/Watch It partners at the Herald Palladium, 28-year-old Romana Baciu beat an Andrews University seminary professor, and later attacked a police officer.

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Lead Investigated On Open Berrien County Case

Updated: 04/18/2007 - 12-year-old Steven Kraft vanished while walking two dogs near his Benton Township home in February 2001. Tuesday the head of a Missouri Task Force investigating Michael Devlin said it is looking into a Kraft connection.

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New Smoking Ban Approved For Goshen

Updated: 04/18/2007 - A smoking ban in Goshen was approved Tuesday night by the Goshen Council. It is not as restrictive as the original proposal.

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Body Of A Local Soldier Is Brought Home

Updated: 04/18/2007 - A local soldier killed in Iraq is on his way home to Michiana. 22-year-old Jason Beadles is a LaPorte native who joined the army.

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Local Reaction to VA Shootings

Updated: 04/17/2007 - The sadness and shock over Mondays' shootings at Virginia Tech are felt here in Michiana.

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St. Mary’s Mourns For Those Lost At Virginia Tech

Updated: 04/17/2007 - Students on Saint Mary’s campus Tuesday mourned the loss of the Virginia Tech victims. Tuesday a handful of students, faculty, and staff had the chance to take part in a small prayer service on campus.

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Behavioral Changes Could Prevent Heart Disease

Posted: 04/17/2007 - New research could help young people change their behavior before it is too late. People between 18 and 30, with elevated risk factors, are two to three times more likely to develop calcium deposits in the arteries, a usual predictor of heart disease.

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Earth Day Marks The Start For Parks Renovations

Updated: 04/17/2007 - Earth Day is this Sunday, and the St. Joseph County Parks Board wants you to explore the beautiful park system. One of the park's new initiatives includes a creek restoration project at Ferrettie Baugo County Park.

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Last Day To Vote For New License Plate

Updated: 04/18/2007 - Attention Hoosiers, you only have one more day to pick your plate. The public is voting on a new design for Indiana's License Plate.

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