UPDATE: Crews battle South Bend structure fire; businesses affected by outage

Firefighters were called to the Maennerchor Club around 1:30 p.m. Thursday.

'People's Inauguration' pushes for hate crime legislation

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Notre Dame takes down Boston College 92-63

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Sunday 6pm weather

It's been a very cold day and temperatures are about to take a dive even deeper tonight. We'll see lows getting down to 5 to 10 below zero, with wind chills between -10 and -20. We will see highs back into the low teens tomorrow with mostly sunny skies. The question for tonight is will clouds and lake effect snow clear out in time for us to see the total lunar eclipse? Meteorologist Cindi Clawson has more on the eclipse and your forecast in her Sunday evening weather segment.

Chili Crawl wraps up Hunter Ice Festival

Downtown Niles brought the "chili" outside inside. The Hunter Ice Festival's annual Chili Crawl took place Sunday afternoon.

Sunday AM Weather

Temperatures will be quite cold today with highs only in the low to mid teens, and wind chills near or below zero most of the day. On top of that, northerly winds will bring lake effect snow showers to western parts of our viewing area. Meteorologist Cindi Clawson breaks it all down for us in her Sunday morning forecast.

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