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One School at a Time: New Prairie Middle School

Updated: 02/04/2011 - Teacher Nicole Bowen not only leads the aerobics class during phys-ed, she also teaches health. One of her ideas helped the school win the "One School at a Time Grant" from Martin's Supermarkets. Bowen wants to purchase step platforms to teach the kids and other teachers new moves.

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New body scanner gives doctors a new look at cancer

Updated: 02/01/2011 - In years past, lung cancer was almost always a death sentence and it is still a challenge to treat. But in this special Medical Moment Just Before Six, there is a new body scanner, the only of its kind in our area, that is giving doctors and patient's hope like never before.

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ASOTV: The Smart Clip

Posted: 02/02/2011 - The Smart Chip, it attaches to your cell phone, making it easier to get to. Will it get a busy signal in our “As Seen on TV’ test?

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Angie's List: Tips for cleaning out the garage

Updated: 01/29/2011 - If your garage is organized by the time spring cleaning rolls around, you may find it best to take some of that stuff from your house directly to places like Goodwill, the recycling bin or the garbage can.

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North pole shift could cause airport trouble

Updated: 01/27/2011 - Airports like Tampa and West Palm Beach have recently closed runways because of a shift that is taking place, and it is not the runway that is moving.

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Angie's List: Eye care costs

Updated: 01/22/2011 - Many people put off going to the eye doctor to save money, but that may end up costing you more in the long run.

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Is pet health insurance worth it?

Updated: 01/19/2011 - For many of us, they are members of the family, and sometimes our pets' medical bills can be just as high as ours. That is why more and more people say they are signing up for pet health insurance. But is it worth the cost?

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A Rosie Place opens in South Bend

Updated: 01/19/2011 - A new center offering respite care to families affected by debilitating illnesses opens in South Bend.

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ASOTV: The Chef Basket

Posted: 01/19/2011 - Pasta continues to be a staple in most American kitchens, but can the “Chef Basket” hold it’s own?

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Angie's List: Best and worst services of 2010

Updated: 01/15/2011 - There are all kinds of services out there for consumers. From resume writing to cable TV, we pay for all sorts of things that we need and want. So what are the best and the worst? A lot of these you would expect but there were a few surprises.

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ASOTV: The Turbo Snake

Updated: 01/10/2011 - Will the Turbo Snake get "skinned" in our "As Seen on TV" test? Read on to find out.

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Angie's List: Resolving to maintain your home this New Year

Posted: 01/07/2011 - Resolving to improve things like our health or relationships are pretty common this time of year. But this is also a great time to resolve to make improvements to what is likely our largest investment: our homes.

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New Notre Dame program to donate lab equipment to high schools

Updated: 01/10/2011 - Tight budgets mean some schools cannot replace old and out-dated equipment especially when it comes to expensive lab instruments. To combat this growing trend, a new program at Notre Dame is recycling some old equipment that may be coming to a school near you.

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Schools put a stop to bullying

Updated: 01/05/2011 - It is where kids spend most of their time. It is where they are influenced. And it is where they grow.

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"Bullying Bystanders Unite" looks to eliminate bullying

Updated: 01/05/2011 - Kurt was beaten up very badly by another kid, and even though many kids were standing around watching, police say there's nothing they can do without evidence. That's why a local anti-bullying activist started a program called “Bullying Bystanders Unite.”

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Abbiehl death investigation latest

Posted: 01/05/2011 - Many parents know the joys and fears that come along with children graduating from high school and moving on with their lives. What most don't expect is a healthy 18 year old to become suddenly sick and die within days.

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As Seen On TV: Micro Force

Updated: 01/04/2011 - If you've priced replacement blades for some of the top-of-the-line shavers, like the Gillette Fusion or Schick Hydro, you know how expensive they can be. And a good electric razor isn't cheap either. So how about an inexpensive solution? In this week’s “As Seen on TV” test Terry tested the Micro Force.

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Angie's List: "Can't miss" deals can cost a lot more than advertised

Updated: 12/28/2010 - We are swamped these days with compelling ads that dangle unbelievable bargains for services we think we might want or need. But that low, low price often comes with fine print that tends to drive the price up fast, and sometimes you are in too deep to stop the deal. This Angie's List offers some tips to recognize these "deals".

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As Seen on TV: The Pasta Boat

Posted: 12/27/2010 - Pasta is a staple in most American homes, but cooking pasta can be a hassle. The Pasta Boat claims to be the fast and easy way to cook, drain and serve perfect pasta in one microwaveable pot.

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Miracle on the Toll Road

Updated: 12/23/2010 - On the Saturday after Thanksgiving, two vehicles collided in a terrible crash but what happened afterward is being called a miracle.

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Help make Devan's dream come true this Christmas

Updated: 12/23/2010 - The saying goes; life can change in an instant and that's exactly what happened to a Ligonier family, fighting every day to stay alive in its heart, soul and mind.

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Dairy farm uses robots to milk cows

Updated: 12/16/2010 - Norbert Farms, a four generation dairy farm with over 150 head of cattle, is now home to three robots.

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