Sat May 18 21:03:28 PDT 2019

Saturday 11pm weather

As a cold front approaches on Sunday, we'll see off and on showers and thunderstorms. We are still watching the potential for strong or severe weather, mainly in the afternoon. Meteorologist Cindi Clawson has the details in her Saturday evening forecast.

First Alert Weather forecast Wednesday

Meteorologist Kimberly Newman tracks showers and thunderstorms early this morning.

St. Joseph County still counting absentee ballots

St. Joseph County still counting absentee ballots

Clear, warm and humid this evening

Most of Michiana ended up above 90 for the high late this afternoon. And those warm, humid, conditions will continue this evening. A cool front could bring a shower or storm to parts of the area on Wednesday...

Group holds rally to save South Bend YMCA

It's been less than a week since the board of the YMCA of Greater Michiana closed the South Bend Y, but members and former employees are working to bring it back.

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A steady line formed outside of the Century Center in South Bend as Election Day got underway in Indiana.

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