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Delphi murders to be highlighted on television network Wednesday


Police investigate Sunday night shooting


FACT Team investigating after man hit by vehicle in Mishawaka


Police search for man charged in South Bend gas station shooting


Mishawaka police search for armed 7-Eleven robbery suspect


Michigan City Police investigating after 20-year-old injured in shooting


Man arrested for beating cashier with pipe at Roseland gas station


Suspect, officer identified after death at Granger home


Victim from Western Avenue shooting dies, suspect arrested


Man taken to hospital after getting stabbed in South Bend


Man injured in South Bend shooting


Man transported to South Bend hospital for gunshot wound


Trial pushed back for woman charged in child neglect case


Woman killed in shooting outside Phillips 66 in downtown South Bend


One person injured in shooting on N. Olive Street


One person killed in shooting on Lafayette Blvd in South Bend


Cass County Sheriff's Dept. asking for help identifying breaking and entering suspects


Convicted killer gets 50 years for 2018 American Legion bar shooting


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