Dr. Kenneth Spells looks back as superintendent of SBCSC on 16 Morning News

Dr. Kenneth Spells looks back as superintendent of SBCSC on 16 Morning News

Dr. Kenneth Spells, the superintendent of South Bend Community School Corporation, joins 16 Morning News with a look back at his time with the largest district in our viewing area.

South Bend community weighs in on officer-involved shooting

Many South Bend Common Council members have been weighing in on the recent officer-involved shooting and ways to make the city safer. Part of the discussion at the council meeting Monday was about that shooting and the request for a special prosecutor submitted Monday.

Class offers support for those diagnosed with Parkinson's disease

Beacon Health System is offering the class to provide both physical and emotional support to those dealing with the disease.

Day care owner, staff working on plan for families after South Bend tornado

A South Bend day care is working on a plan for its families after Sunday nights tornado.

Town hall captures national spotlight

The meeting with the police chief, mayor, and the community revealed areas of concern among people.

Possible solution to increase trust between police, community

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Tiger Woods removed from lawsuit over drunk driving death of employee

The parents of a drunk driver who died in a car crash, a bartender at Woods' restaurant, had named the golf pro in a wrongful death suit.

University of Utah student missing for a week after flying back from California

Mackenzie Lueck, 23, was last seen taking a Lyft from Salt Lake City International Airport.

Utah college student missing after taking Lyft from airport

Mackenzie Lueck, 23, has not been seen since that Lyft car took her to an address in North Salt Lake about eight miles north of the college, police said. Investigators said they're “actively looking for” Lueck and that detectives “have been working throughout the weekend” to find her.

Remembering the Stonewall riots as nation marks 50th anniversary

This week marks 50 years since the uprising that galvanized the gay rights movement in America: the police raid on the Stonewall Inn in New York City on June 28, 1969 and the riots that followed. Joe Fryer takes a look back at the central role Stonewall has played in the struggles and the celebrations of the LGBTQ community in five decades since.