It’s been nearly five years since Abby Williams and Libby German went missing in Delphi, only to be found murdered the next day. We’re looking at the years-long investigation as police search for the killer.
Lt. Kayla Miller is the coordinator for Michiana Crime Stoppers, in charge of the South Bend Police department's hostage negotiations team, and she recently became the city's very first female homicide investigator.
With most area schools are now back in session, drivers are reminded to share the road with school buses. Tricia Sloma spoke to Brittany Ingle, the Fulton County mother who fought for changes to Indiana’s school bus safety laws after three of her children were killed.
If you love sports, March 11, 2020 is engrained in your mind. Fans were banned from March Madness and the NBA went on an indefinite pause after Rudy Gobert tested positive. That was just the beginning. The shockwaves rippled through all of sports. Everything from youth leagues to high school and college to the pros was canceled within 48 hours. But the sports world persevered. High school teams and athletes rode the rollercoaster and did whatever it took to live out their dreams.
Many viewers say they’re tired of hearing 16 News Now report the coronavirus numbers and dire warnings from health officials. Perhaps you should hear it from a COVID patient, struggling to breathe in the ICU.
Terry knew Joe long before he was mayor, Lt. Governor, and Governor. When Terry was fifteen, Joe and Maggie Kernan bought the home across the alley from his family's home in Harter Heights neighborhood on South Bend's Northeast side.