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The Healing Power of Pigs: Part Two

Updated: 11/15/2007 - While working on a model airplane, Lee Spievack chopped off almost half an inch of his middle finger. He never saw the original tip of his finger again, but with the healing power of pigs, he wouldn't need to.

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The Healing Power of Pigs: Part One

Updated: 11/16/2007 - It sounds stranger than fiction, but researchers think they’ve found the secret that can trick the human body into re-growing its own parts. It’s a secret kept by Mother Nature and it lies in a very unlikely place.

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The Fight Within: Part Two

Updated: 11/10/2007 - From World War II to the most recent war in Iraq, there are millions of veterans in our country. Some came back with physical scars, while others returned with hidden ones, like post-traumatic stress disorder. Newscenter 16's Sarah Platt tells us how some local veterans and their families are dealing with "The Fight Within."

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The Fight Within: Part One

Updated: 11/09/2007 - The reality of war is something that many folks in this country face, whether they're serving or know someone else who’s overseas. As many troops come home, some return with visible injuries. But many have injuries that we don’t see. Those can sometimes have devastating effects on a veteran.

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Mike Hoffman's look at Old Man Winter

Updated: 11/08/2007 - With an unseasonably warm fall many people want to know what to expect this winter. Newscenter 16's Severe Weather Expert, Mike Hoffman, gives us his outlook on old man winter this year.

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As Seen on TV: The Stick-Up Bulb

Posted: 11/06/2007 - Is there a place in your home in need of a light, but are you concerned that it would cost too much to have one installed? Then you might be interested in the Stick-Up Bulb.

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Rewiring the brain: An artist overcomes Parkinson's disease

Updated: 11/03/2007 - We follow up on the story of Jon Smith, who wanted nothing more than to be an artist again despite his battle with Parkinson’s disease. In a special Medical Moment, Maureen tells us how his dream is developing.

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The future of medicine

Posted: 10/04/2007 - A new medical technique in Michiana is changing the way doctors look at surgery.

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The Gift of Life

Updated: 09/12/2007 - A Wakarusa family turns their tragedy into a way to help others in need. The Mikel family remembers their 16-year-old daughter Kelsey by passing on the gift of life.

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Maura Weis on Hannah & Friends

Posted: 09/22/2007 - Since the Weis family started the Hannah & Friends charity in 2003, it has grown into a major organization. Maura Weis talks about how the charity has taken off since the family moved to Michiana.

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Getting Green: Part Two

Posted: 08/14/2007 - Landfills are filling up with tons of garbage that could be recycled. From curbside pickup to drive-up drop-offs, there are a variety of ways you can recycle right here in Michiana.

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Getting Green: Part One

Posted: 08/14/2007 - The National Recycling Coalition says the average American throws away seven and a half pounds of trash every day. It is possible to keep a good portion of that trash out of the landfill – if you recycle. Tricia Sloma takes a look at how some people in Michiana are getting green.

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Scrapping for Dollars: Part 2

Posted: 08/14/2007 - Scrap metal theft continues to be a growing problem for businesses and homeowners in our community. What efforts are being made to help curb the problems?

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Scrapping for Dollars: Part 1

Posted: 08/14/2007 - You might already be aware that scrap metal theft is a growing problem here in Michiana, and across the country. High market prices for materials like copper and aluminum have motivated thieves to stop at nothing to get their hands on scrap metal.

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As Seen On TV: Charge and Start

Posted: 08/14/2007 - NewsCenter 16's Terry McFadden tests the car starting device that plugs into a cigarette lighter.

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The Circuit Breaker

Posted: 02/23/2007 - Last year, the Indiana House of Representatives passed the circuit breaker by a vote of 98-to-1. That one and only “no” vote was cast by Representative Chet Dobis of Merrillville.

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The Truth Behind the Circuit Breaker

Updated: 02/23/2007 - While there was a feeling in the Statehouse last year that something had to be done about property taxes, there was also a realization that the circuit breaker was only half the answer.

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Mean Girls: Part II

Updated: 02/15/2007 - At South Bend's Washington High School there is a group of impressive young women who are avoiding violence and getting a different point across.

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Mean Girls: Part I

Updated: 02/15/2007 - In a disturbing trend, but more young girls are being linked to violence.

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Through Blind Eyes

Updated: 02/08/2007 - Each day we wake up, most of us take for granted the fact that we can see. But imagine being blind, in complete and total darkness. A local man shares his story on everyday obstacles and challenges as he lives without the sense of sight.

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Chasing Sleep: Part Two

Updated: 11/15/2006 - Over one million Americans claim they suffer from Insomnia, and that's keeps the sleeping pill industry popping.

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Chasing Sleep: Part One

Updated: 01/19/2007 - Chronic insomnia can be the result of constantly changing shifts at work, relationship troubles, even undiagnosed depression.

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Homework Overload

Posted: 11/10/2006 - Plenty of high school students will be burning the midnight oil tonight as they try to finish their homework. Homework has become the subject of national debate as some students and parents complain there is just too much.

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