Community members say they'll miss the annual public art displays in St. Joe

Community members say they'll miss the annual public art displays in St. Joe

Folks from across the region are expressing their disappointment on social media after learning that the public art program in St. Joe, Michigan has been put on hiatus this year.

Victim identified in deadly South Bend shooting, three others hurt

St. Joseph County authorities have identified the victim in a deadly shooting Saturday morning in South Bend.

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