Councilman John Voorde joins 16 Morning News

Councilman John Voorde joins 16 Morning News

John talks to Tricia Sloma ahead of Monday night's council meeting.

Michiana's Ride for Autism happening Sunday

Lighthouse Autism Center makes it their mission to help families of children with special needs in Michiana.

Cloudy, warm Thursday

A comfortable afternoon ahead with high temperatures near 70 degrees

Red Cross to kick off "Sound the Alarm" campaign in South Bend, Elkhart

The American Red Cross is teaming up with South Bend and Elkhart fire departments to install free smoke alarms inside homes in need.

Notre Dame holds solidarity Mass for Sri Lanka victims

After a bombing on one of the most holy holidays, Notre Dame held a Mass to show support for the victims in Sri Lanka.

South Bend looks for public input on 2020 budget

The budget is in its beginning stages for 2020, and the city wants to know where you think the money should go.

UPDATE: School City of Mishawaka welcomes new superintendent

The School City of Mishawaka voted Wednesday night on the contract for a new school superintendent.

 
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Andrew Freund's parents held on $5 million bond after being charged with his murder

The boy's mother, JoAnn Cunningham, cried as the judge read the charges. His father, Andrew Freund Sr., remained silent.

Men without licences take plane, die in Kentucky crash

The crash happened either late Tuesday night or Wednesday morning, a mere 75 yards off the runway at Henderson City-County Airport, officials said.

Arizona wildlife sanctuary director mauled by his own tiger

The owner said the accident was his fault and the tiger will not be euthanized.

FBI, IRS agents search Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh's homes, City Hall

Pugh went on leave April 1, saying she needed time off to recover from pneumonia. She's also facing intense scrutiny over the sale of her children's books to entities that do business with the city.

Florida House passes bill mandating ex-felons pay criminal fees before they can vote

Opponents say the bill is a blow to the state’s effort to restore voting rights for up to 1.4 million people with felony convictions.