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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


Hacker gains access to thousands of American Senior Communities' employee records


South Bend schools take extensive measures to ensure bus drivers are reliable, safe


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After a year without tourists, Kauai's rugged coast reopens

The reopening of Kūhiō Highway could be a game-changer as the state looks to limit tourists and better manage the island's natural treasures.

Sacramento police officer shot and killed; standoff with suspect continues

Officer Tara O'Sullivan, 26, was fatally shot while responding to a call to assist during a domestic disturbance.

Iran shoots down U.S. drone in international airspace, American official says

Iran’s national security council said the country’s airspace is its red line, and there would have been a firm response regardless of who trespassed.

At least two people killed, semitruck flipped over in fiery Wisconsin wreck

"I can tell you in my 24 years on this job, this is the worst accident I've ever been a part of," the Racine County Sheriff Christopher Schmaling said.

Train carrying hazardous material, bombs derails in Nevada

“None of the cars involved in the derailment were carrying explosives," a spokesperson for the Federal Railroad Administration said.