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Penn High School Coach Accused Of Sexual Misconduct

Updated: 03/23/2007 - The coach of Penn High School's Club Rugby Team is in trouble, after being accused of sexual misconduct with a 15-year-old girl. Elkhart County Police arrested 25-year-old Steven Collins Wednesday.

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SB Firefighters Continue Search For Missing Homeless Man

Updated: 03/22/2007 - South Bend firefighters continue to search through the rubble of a warehouse fire for the body of a missing man. Officials say, 50-year-old Richard Ekin had permission to enter the building and has not been seen since the fire.

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Cuts In Budget Lead To Cuts In The Force

Updated: 03/22/2007 - A budget crunch is taking it is toll on the South Haven State Police Post in southwest Michigan. According to our "Read It, Watch It" partners at the Herald Palladium, the post is losing a commander's position, a sergeant's position, and a state trooper.

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HPV Bill Passes House Committee

Updated: 03/22/2007 - The bill would require most schools to give parents information about the link between human papilloma virus, or HPV, and cervical cancer.

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South Bend Boy Scouts Have A New Home

Posted: 03/22/2007 - Local boy scouts have a new place to call home in South bend. Thursday, the media was given a sneak peek of the Morris 1st Source Scout Center.

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Kovach Runs Uncontested For County Commissioner

Updated: 03/22/2007 - A former Mishawaka Mayor looks to be the next St. Joseph County Commissioner. Saturday, the Democratic Precinct Committee will vote for a new 3rd District County Commissioner.

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Separate Beds Could Help Marriages

Updated: 03/22/2007 - Separate bedrooms, it is a new trend among couples who want to make sure they get the sleep they need. But is it the best way to keep your marriage together?

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Testing Saliva for Cancer Cells

Updated: 03/22/2007 - Along with finding cavities, dentists could someday test for cancer and other diseases just by examining a patient's saliva.

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Best Way to Deal with Chicken Pox

Updated: 03/22/2007 - It is one of those necessary journeys of growing up, an itchy, scratchy part of childhood called the chicken pox.

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Physical Activity Could Help Control Menopause

Posted: 03/22/2007 - Penn State researchers recently took a group of Menopausal woman, and separated them into three groups, walking, yoga, and no-exercise. They found woman who took daily walks or yoga classes had fewer side effects, such as hot flashes, emotional stress, and night sweats.

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Know What Fish Is Right For Your Body

Updated: 03/23/2007 - With so many mixed messages about the health benefits and risks of eating fish, it is hard to know which advice to follow. Experts say for most people the health benefits of Omega Three fatty acids in fish outweigh any risks.

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Granholm Proposes Budget Cuts To Fix Deficit

Updated: 03/22/2007 - Jennifer Granholm says she has a new plan to help balance Michigan’s budget. Thursday, the Governor proposed making $344-million in spending cuts.

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Jury Finds Pinkney Guilty Of Election Fraud

Updated: 03/22/2007 - Edward Pinkney could face up to 40-years in prison for his actions in a February 2005 recall election. The possible penalty could be enhanced because Pinkney has been convicted of two prior felonies.

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Pet Food Recall Worries Hits Home

Updated: 03/22/2007 - Cut and gravy style foods, made by Toronto based Menu Foods have been blamed for many cases of kidney failure, and the deaths of 16 cats and dogs.

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Immigration Raid Update

Updated: 03/22/2007 - 29 of the 35 suspected illegal aliens arrested in early March are out on bond.

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Murder Suspect Turns Himself In To Police

Updated: 03/22/2007 - A man police say killed an Elkhart man and critically injured another over the weekend, turned himself in to police Thursday morning.

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Berrien County Resident Faces Deportation

Posted: 03/22/2007 - The brother of a Berrien County restaurant owner is at the center of a well-known deportation case could soon be deported himself. Ibrahim Parlak's brother Huseyin just lost an immigration appeal.

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Girls Scouts Build Bear To Help Police

Updated: 03/22/2007 - Some Granger girls spent the evening building, so police can build better relationships with kids. As part of a community service project, Wednesday night, some local girls scouts spent money earned from selling cookies, at the Build-A-Bear Workshop.

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Logan Center Nose-On Program Is Underway

Updated: 03/21/2007 - Each year, Logan Center helps hundreds of people in our community, and Wednesday, hundreds attended the 19th Annual Logan Nose-On Luncheon to return the favor.

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Granger Man Murdered

Updated: 03/22/2007 - A 58-year old Granger man was apparently murdered in his own home.

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High Fat Diets Could Lead To Breast Cancer

Updated: 03/21/2007 - Researchers analyzed data from food questionnaires that over 180 thousand post Menopausal women filled out, and they then followed the women and recorded how many developed invasive Breast Cancer. They found the women who ate fatty foods had a 15% increased risk for Breast Cancer.

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Tanning Beds Can Increase Risk Of Melanoma

Updated: 03/21/2007 - New research is backing up earlier studies that young people who spend time in tanning beds are at an increased risk for Melanoma and other skin cancers.

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New Drinks May Help Heartburn

Updated: 03/21/2007 - For some Heartburn and Acid Reflux are often a part of the morning routine, but now there is a stomach friendly group of beverages that may help. Folgers makes a coffee that is low acid, and some orange juice makers are also making low acid juice.

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Color Choice Could Help A Baby’s Development

Updated: 03/21/2007 - Those traditional baby colors have been proven to be calming for babies, but before you head to the paint store, you might want to think about grabbing a can of something brighter.

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Child Safety Put To The Test

Updated: 03/21/2007 - Just because a medicine bottle claims to be child-proof does not mean your kids are safe. Wednesday at the St. Joseph Day Care Center in South Bend children aged 3 to 5 were put to the test.

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