South Bend residents tell incredible survival stories after tornado

South Bend residents tell incredible survival stories after tornado

It's not often a family expresses gratitude for a tree toppling and totaling one of their vehicles. But Amanda Collins is convinced the one that crushed her husband's van saved him and their daughter Sunday evening when an EF2 tornado swept through the south side of South Bend.

Ribbon cut on Elkhart Health and Aquatics that opens to the public on Thursday

The Elkhart community eagerly anticipates the opening of the new Elkhart Health and Aquatics center after a ribbon cutting was celebrated on Monday afternoon.

ND hoops pros come back to South Bend for Homecoming Camp

This is the first annual Homecoming Camp for the Irish men's basketball alumni. They all say it is great to see their former teammates and are happy to be back in South Bend.

New ND baseball coach calls hiring 'one of the greatest moments on my career'

"When Jack Swarbrick called and offered me the job, it was one of the greatest moments of my career," Jarrett said. "You think about wins on the field and big outs, the home runs and, personally, that feeling to know that you were going to be the head coach at Notre Dame is something, I'll obviously never forget."

People impacted by the blistering temperatures

Your pet, car and even the elderly population can be impacted by these blistering temperatures

One Tank Trips: Kalamazoo, Michigan

NewsCenter 16s Melissa Stephens has some ideas for those who want to take a trip this summer on one tank of gas.

SB Fire Department Station 9 officially opens on east side

Station 9 is designed to help keep firefighters healthy with decontamination gear that will keep toxins out of the living quarters.

 
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NASA unveiled the completely restored Apollo Mission Control, brought back to the way it looked 50 years ago when Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the moon in Apollo 11. Flight Director Gene Kranz showed NBC’s Tom Costello around and reflected on the historic day.

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Missing California camper found alive after being lost since Friday

Sheryl Powell, 60, disappeared Friday while walking her dog at a campsite near the California-Nevada border. Both Powell and the dog were found alive on Monday.