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Antenna users: Plan to rescan your TV on Oct. 18


11th annual Falloween Fest kicks off Friday at John Glenn High School


16 Morning News Interview with Today's Craig Melvin


Americans might love Cinco de Mayo, but few know what they’re celebrating


Will we see it? Final supermoon of 2019 happening Wednesday night


Crews battle large barn fire in Bremen


Poker player turns $5 bet into $1M at casino


Jiffy Lube offers unique program to employees


"Stuff a Blue Goose" with Michigan State Police


Maureen McFadden to retire after nearly 40 years at WNDU


New Carlisle residents could soon be getting on the grid.


The Douglas Road overpass in progress.


Shred-A-Thon: Protect your identity and help Michiana’s kids


'Fridays by the Fountain' concert series kick off


NewsCenter 16 encourages Facebook and Twitter commenting


'Days of Our Lives,' NewsCenter 16 at Noon to return on Monday


Legendary high school coaches remember Jeff Jeffers


WNDU anchors remember Jeff Jeffers


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Astros seek second world title in 3 seasons

The 2017 champs top the New York Yankees, winning the American League pennant.

Storm brings wind, rain, tornadoes to Florida Panhandle

Nestor, once a tropical storm, continued to weaken Saturday as it moved toward Georgia and the Carolinas.

Funeral for Atatiana Jefferson canceled after family dispute

A judge granted a temporary restraining order to stop the funeral for the black woman fatally shot by a white police officer in Texas.

Lightning strike survivor meets the good Samaritans who saved his life

Alex Coreas was struck by lightning while walking his dogs and his heart stopped for more than five minutes. Video captured the moment that three people ran to help him, and we were there as Alex meets his saviors for the first time. The 27-year-old tells us that his story is a reminder of the goodness of everyday people.

Video shows moment Oregon coach disarmed and hugged student with gun

When a student brought a shotgun to his Oregon high school earlier this year, Coach Keanon Lowe wrestled the gun away and then, in a remarkable moment, embraced him. “I told him I was there to save him,” Lowe said of the student, who prosecutors say intended to take his own life.