Two back-to-back concerts at Four Winds Field in South Bend, drew big crowds. Pitbull performed Friday and Snoop Dogg took the stage Saturday.
Scattered showers and some rumbles possible tonight, with a better chance for storms tomorrow. Warm and humid conditions will stick around for a few days. Meteorologist Cindi Clawson has the details in her Saturday evening forecast.
The Vikings are coming off a 3-6 season as head coach Joe Sassano enter his fourth season leading the team.
Last season Jones appeared in all 12 games rushing for 392 yards and three touchdowns. He also nabbed a touchdown and more than 150 receiving yards.
Hear ye! Hear ye! The 9th Annual Michiana Renaissance Festival is next week at Pinhook Park in South Bend!
Pet Refuge stops by to help "Kimmie" the dog find a forever home.
Hundreds, perhaps thousands, of people accused of marijuana possession have seen their cases dismissed or put on hold thanks to new hemp laws.
The Patriotic Service Dog Foundation provides dogs free of charge to help first responders and veterans suffering from PTSD — changing lives for those who serve. At least a third of the dogs are rescues, trained to help their owners in large crowds or to “interrupt” when they notice signs of emotional distress.
Kayakers Josh Bastyr and Andrew Hopper ventured out on what they called a “peaceful glacier exploration” at Alaska’s Spencer Glacier. As glacial bridge began to collapse, they found themselves in danger. It’s a new normal in the area, reports NBC’s Kevin Tibbles reports, who recently visited the Spencer glacier to learn about the impact of climate change on the region.
Video captures the moment when Romulus McNeill stepped outside during a storm, when a flash of lighting struck so close by that he dropped his umbrella before getting out of there. “I feel like I am blessed,” he tells NBC’s Morgan Chesky. “Maybe two inches to the right it could have been a different story where I’m not sitting here.”
Nancy Parker, a beloved local TV news anchor in New Orleans, was killed along with pilot Franklin Augustus when his stunt plane crashed. Parker had been working on a profile of Augustus, an airshow pilot who had been flying for decades, at the time of the tragedy.