Updated: 11:37 PM After a five-month review process, Notre Dame's Office of Student Affairs has decided to expand services for students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or questioning.
Updated: 6:59 PM As election results trickled into the WNDU-TV newsroom Tuesday night, we couldn't help but notice one county lagging far behind.
Posted: 7:26 AM The final sprint to the finish line is underway. The presidential candidates are making their final arguments in battleground states. They are important because of the electoral votes at stake.
Updated: 6:47 AM Candidates made their final push to the finish line all across the Hoosier state Monday.
Updated: 8:51 PM The early voting line inside the County City Building in South Bend carried a 90 minute wait by late Monday morning.
Updated: 6:47 PM Three additional bottle bomb discoveries were made today. One on Silverleaf Court, one off Northfield Drive, and one on Ridge Stone Ct., all in the Granger area.
Updated: 7:03 PM “And as I tell people, we quit fighting over license plates and Girl Scout cookies and some of these social issues and work together we can move Indiana forward,”
Updated: 9:21 PM Jeff Dean will serve 3 months in jail and 15 months on probation.
Posted: 10:02 AM WASHINGTON (AP) - In the hunt for campaign money, no distance is too far to travel, especially in the tight race between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.
Updated: 3:23 PM When times were good, Bauer brought many millions of dollars’ worth of state construction projects back to South Bend.
Posted: 4:44 AM House and Senate leaders are making a last attempt to revive stalled legislation to overhaul federal transportation programs.
Posted: 4:41 AM Greece's conservative leader will hold a second day of talks with rival party leaders in an attempt to form a coalition government, after the debt-crippled country's second inconclusive election in six weeks.
Updated: 2:45 PM Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney is wrapping up a six-state campaign swing with a visit to Michigan.
Posted: 4:32 AM Attorney General Greg Zoeller says he is prepared to defend the state's ban on robocalls if the nation's highest court decides to review it.