Updated: 8:52 AM It may be Monday before all power is restored after overnight storms caused outages in northern Indiana.
Posted: 8:23 AM Three rescue workers are dead and six hurt after a cave-in at the Utah mine where six men were trapped by a collapse last week.
Updated: 12:02 AM The storms that tore through Michiana last night left quite a mess in a few places throughout the area. In Culver, police say there was only one minor injury, but Culver residents say the storms left the town looking like a disaster area.
Updated: 11:57 PM Multiple shots were fired, the suspects fled on foot and by car and, of course, the neighborhood is all shaken up.
Updated: 11:37 PM Reports surfacing that there may have been a second collapse in the Utah mine.
Updated: 7:22 PM A former South Bend Fire Captain convicted of two drunken driving offenses is appealing suspensions related to his job.
Updated: 7:18 PM The 418-million dollar project is designed to bring the 20-mile stretch of roadway up to interstate standards.
Updated: 6:22 PM A kayak building class is being offered in St. Joe that lasts only four days. At the end of the class each person will have their own kayak to take home.
Updated: 6:29 PM More than a dozen people have been arrested in a prostitution sting in Elkhart, all in an effort to clean up the west central neighborhood which is a 24 block area that has seen its share of prostitution busts.
Updated: 6:21 PM Derrell Hand, a Notre Dame football player, who was charged with soliciting a prostitute has come to a pre-trial agreement.
Updated: 4:34 PM Nearly 40-thousand women will die from breast cancer this year and another 213-thousand will be diagnosed with it. Now, in the only study of its kind, doctors are asking sisters of breast cancer survivors and victims to step forward and help find a cause and a cure.
Posted: 4:02 PM A new report says failed personal relationships, legal and financial problems and the stress of their jobs are factors in what motivates soldiers to commit suicide.
Updated: 3:41 PM Five more Indiana counties could face property tax reassessments because of suspicions that commercial and industrial properties were undervalued, which can drive up bills on homeowners.
Posted: 10:38 AM Reports of still more dead and injured are coming in following a massive 7.9-magnitude earthquake last night in Peru.
Posted: 10:23 AM Democrats and Hollywood luminaries are working to stop a ballot initiative that they say could hand next year's presidential election to the Republicans.
Posted: 10:22 AM It's not just toys. Now, an environmental group says it has found vinyl baby bibs from China that have excessive levels of lead. The bibs were found at Toys "R" Us stores and Babies "R" Stores in California.
Posted: 10:19 AM Drug problems at the nation's schools are getting worse according to a new survey by Columbia University's National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse. It finds that more students in high school and middle school are reporting drugs as a problem.
Updated: 10:05 AM Space officials are running one last test and double-checking data before a decision today on whether to fix a small gouge in heat tiles on the belly of shuttle Endeavour.
Posted: 10:00 AM The once Tropical Storm Erin has weakened to a tropical depression as it made landfall on the Texas Gulf Coast.
Posted: 9:58 AM Indiana's steps to fix its plan to have private vendors help in delivering welfare benefits to the needy have won approval from the federal food stamp program.
Posted: 9:57 AM Purdue University says Indiana's farmland prices soared nearly 20 percent in the past year.
Posted: 9:55 AM The mayor of Monticello would lose his office but spend no time in jail under terms of a plea agreement on theft charges.
Updated: 11:20 PM Severe thunderstorms rolled through Michiana last night leaving power lines down, trees up rooted, damage to buildings, and thousands without power. The National Weather Service has confirmed that two tornados touched down near Argos.