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Over-the-counter heartburn drug Zantac pulled in US, Canada


Elkhart community reacts to EEE death


South Bend organizations put together free lead screenings


2 new vaping-related deaths reported in Indiana


Paqui's Playbook rolls on with women's health screenings


SW Michigan teen in recovery after EEE infection


Michigan counselors cheer passage of bill protecting their jobs


Spraying to prevent spread of EEE completed in 14 Michigan counties


3 sexually transmitted diseases hit new highs again in US


Another EEE animal case confirmed in Southwest Michigan


Michigan reports first death from vaping-related lung injury


Books better than tablets for child-parent bonding at storytime, study finds


Ask the Doctor: Synvisc, Meniere's disease and gallstones


Elkhart County to spray to combat spread of mosquito-borne virus


Elkhart County health officials looking into possible EEE cases


US investigation of vaping-related illnesses focuses on THC


Michigan will spray in fight against deadly mosquito virus EEE


Ask the Doctor: Pollen Sensitivity, Fatty Liver and Piriformis Syndrome


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Tornado rips through Dallas, plunging tens of thousands into darkness

Fire officials said seven people narrowly escaped a building that collapsed in north Dallas, while numerous people reported being injured by glass.

U.S. still experiencing nearly record-high number of anti-Semitic incidents

The Anti-Defamation League said this year’s numbers nearly matched the first six months of 2018.

New video shows when school coach took student's shotgun, hugged him

Keanon Lowe, a former star player for the University of Oregon Ducks who works at the Portland school, said he knew from the student's face the gun was real.

3 soldiers killed, 3 injured in Georgia during training accident

Three other soldiers were treated for non-life-threatening injuries in the middle-of-the-night incident at the home of the 3rd Infantry Division.

Photos show Felicity Huffman in prison as more parents set to plead guilty in college admissions scandal

Actress Felicity Huffman was seen in a green jumpsuit as she walked the grounds of a low-security prison in California -- part of her 13-day sentence in the college admissions scandal. Three more parents are changing their pleas to guilty and are expected in court on Monday, according to the U.S. attorney’s office.