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South Bend's St. Louis Blvd. to close for months starting next week


South Bend announces streets to be paved in 2019


UPDATE: Track upgrades to South Shore Line restrict traffic


Lane closures coming to Lincolnway East starting Monday


South Bend sealing asphalt cracks to get ahead of potholes


MDOT says 'Michigan left turn' the best option at M-51/U.S. 12 intersection


Pothole season begins with a bang


2 St. Joseph Co. railroad crossings completely closed to through traffic


This week's fluctuating temperatures, precipitation to cause more potholes


Capital Avenue bridge over St. Joe River to close next week


Gearing up for winter: Are the roads ready?


M-51 paving to get started next week


Cone Zone: Your road report for the week of Oct. 10


Cone Zone: Your road report for the week of Sept. 28


SR 10 closing in Marshall County for chip seal


Cone Zone: Your road report for the week of Sept. 9


Cone Zone: Your road report for the week of Aug. 30


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An Arizona family now plans to sue the Phoenix Police Department for $10 million after an incident in May. After their 4-year-old daughter took a doll from a store, video shows an officer point a gun at their vehicle and putting the pregnant mother’s fiance in handcuffs.