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A Conversation with Mayor Moore - Part 1

Updated: 05/13/2013 - Elkhart's Mayor Dick Moore is 74 years old, not afraid of controversy, and after 33 years in public service is showing no signs of slowing down.

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Who's watching the animals? Part 2

Updated: 05/22/2008 - We contacted the St. Joseph County Humane Society for a visit last week, but earlier that morning, we sent a hidden camera through one last time. Again, we saw animals living in close quarters, including a stack of carrier cases with cats inside with food, water, and litter boxes.

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Who's Watching the Animals? Part 1

Updated: 11/06/2008 - Many of us are passionate when it comes to the well-being of animals, and one would think animals would be treated the most humanely at the humane society. But after many told us that wasn't the case right here in St. Joseph County, we launched an investigation, that has lasted for nearly two months.

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A Family Divided -- Part 2

Posted: 05/15/2008 - In most murder cases, the victims are not just the ones whose lives are taken; the crime also affects those left behind, forced to deal with a lifetime of pain.

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A Family Divided -- Part 1

Updated: 05/14/2008 - Jeff Pelley’s 14-year-old sister Jacque and 10-year-old stepsister Jessi were gone the night of the tragic murders. We have their reactions on Jeff’s recent appeal, and their two very different views on his conviction.

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As Seen On TV: Debbie Meyer Red Bags

Updated: 05/13/2008 - Earlier this year, we tested the Debbie Meyer "Green" bags which we found were great at keeping fruits and vegetables fresher than ordinary storage containers. In our new As Seen On TV segment, we test the Debbie Meyer "Red" bags for lunch meat.

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A Conversation with Mayor Rea: Part 2

Updated: 05/13/2013 - Part two of Maureen McFadden’s conversation with Mayor Rea looks at the many issues facing the growing city of Mishawaka.

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A Conversation with Mayor Rea: Part 1

Updated: 05/13/2013 - Most would agree there is a lot going on in Mishawaka. Maureen McFadden sat down the city’s mayor for a two-part series we call “A Conversation with Mayor Rea.”

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Mishawaka Mayor Rea talks to WNDU

Posted: 05/07/2008 - Mishawaka’s 20th mayor took over at the height of development in the Princess City, but it hasn't been all fun and games. In a one-on-one interview, Rea told Newscenter 16’s Maureen McFadden this last election took a lot out of him.

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As Seen On TV: The Fish Pen

Updated: 05/06/2008 - If you’ve ever seen a beautiful day to catch some fish but you've on the go, there's a rod and reel that might fit your lifestyle. It's called the "Fish Pen," and it's billed as the world smallest fishing pole.

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One Tank Trips: Holland, Michigan's Tuliptime Festival

Updated: 05/14/2013 - With gas prices at a record high, long vacations may be out of the question, but there are mini-vacations you and your family can take without breaking the bank. WNDU’s Joel Schipper heads to Holland, Michigan for the Tuliptime festival in this week's One Tank Trips.

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DTV 101--The switch to Digital Television: Part 2

Updated: 05/01/2008 - By now, you've probably heard of DTV, or digital television. It is the new way you will be receiving television signals, and the only way starting in February 2009. In Part 2 of our series, we explain HDTV, or high-definition television.

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DTV 101--The switch to Digital Television: Part 1

Updated: 05/01/2008 - You most likely have heard something about the transition to digital television coming in February. You might be asking: “how is this going to affect me?” WNDU brings you the first part in a special series to help answer that question.

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Polizzotto's partner, Michael Norby, remembers

Posted: 04/28/2008 - Patrolman Michael Norby was also shot the day that Nick Polizzotto was killed, and he ended up killing the man who shot both him and killed his partner. For the last year he has stayed out of the spotlight, refusing all requests for interviews—until now.

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Conversations with Mayor Luecke: Part One

Posted: 04/08/2008 - He's been the mayor of South Bend since 1997 and faced a number of unpopular topics. We start our Conversations with Mayor Luecke with the bone of contention that is property taxes.

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A conversation with Maura Weis

Updated: 05/13/2013 - When you hear the name Weis mentioned along with the word sideline, you undoubtedly think of Notre Dame football. In this case, there is a Notre Dame connection, but this story takes place miles from the sideline at Notre Dame Stadium.

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Tips on Tipping - Part Two

Posted: 02/28/2008 - It's a question you've probably heard before: How much should I leave for a tip? It's a trickier subject than most people think probably because no one wants to be accused of being cheap!

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Selling Your Home: Part Two

Updated: 02/27/2008 - Across the nation, the housing market slump means the wait is stretching from weeks into months and in some cases, years. Sellers are trying everything they can to try to get noticed.

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Tips on Tipping - Part One

Updated: 02/27/2008 - It's something you do almost everyday -- tip someone or maybe not! You'd be surprised how many services you use where you're expected to tip yet many people don't!

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Selling Your Home: Part One

Updated: 02/26/2008 - Nationwide, a home selling slump seems to be in the news. For months we’ve heard it was a “buyer’s market” but that doesn’t mean a seller is out of luck. Learn some creative house tips

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