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U.S. Senior Open officially underway at Warren Golf Course

Liverpool legend tours Notre Dame one month before soccer match

Five Star Life holds annual Five Star Open with several sports legends

Coleman enters weekend with one-stroke lead in Four Winds Invitational

Golfers excited for Four Winds Invitational

Local golfers learn from the pros at Four Winds Invitational Ladies Golf 101

Get Out and Golf: Warren Golf Course

ESA Gymnastics team achieves success at all levels

Penn Rugby wins Midwest Championship 21-17

ROUNDBALL ROUNDUP: Wednesday Night Hoops Edition

Local track club gives kids structure

Local table tennis legend teaches players the game

St. Joseph continues "Ring the Bell" tradition

Pierson Sult strikes out cancer on road to Cal Ripken World Series

Michiana Nerf Wars grows in numbers

South Bend little league team makes Cal Ripken World Series

Local teen earns invite to play Pebble Beach

Howard Township baseball team to represent Michigan at regional tournament

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Four Carnival passengers airlifted to U.S. after Bahamas bus crash

Carnival Cruise Line said the cause of the crash was under investigation.

Tiger Woods removed from lawsuit over drunk driving death of employee

The parents of a drunk driver who died in a car crash, a bartender at Woods' restaurant, had named the golf pro in a wrongful death suit.

University of Utah student missing for a week after flying back from California

Mackenzie Lueck, 23, was last seen taking a Lyft from Salt Lake City International Airport.

Utah college student missing after taking Lyft from airport

Mackenzie Lueck, 23, has not been seen since that Lyft car took her to an address in North Salt Lake about eight miles north of the college, police said. Investigators said they're “actively looking for” Lueck and that detectives “have been working throughout the weekend” to find her.

Remembering the Stonewall riots as nation marks 50th anniversary

This week marks 50 years since the uprising that galvanized the gay rights movement in America: the police raid on the Stonewall Inn in New York City on June 28, 1969 and the riots that followed. Joe Fryer takes a look back at the central role Stonewall has played in the struggles and the celebrations of the LGBTQ community in five decades since.