Downtown SB restaurant and bar, liquor store hold ribbon-cutting

Downtown SB restaurant and bar, liquor store hold ribbon-cutting

Downtown South Bend is excited about the two companies moving into the building, and the organization says it sees the addition as a part of downtown's ongoing revitalization.

Sister remembers Elkart native mom, 4 children found dead in Georgia

Florida mother Casei Jones and her four children were found dead in Georgia on Sunday.

Irish defensive end Daelin Hayes begins to break out early in 2019

"Just finding the right way to keep things in perspective has been huge for me and just being able to focus on what I need to do to help the team and make sure I can do that to the best of my ability."

Anti-abortion forces want fetal remains identified

Those in the anti-abortion community have been very vocal and very specific about what they expect from investigators.

Vietnam Veterans Memorial replica comes to South Bend

The Wall that Heals arrived at the St. Joseph Funeral Home and Cemetery in South Bend Tuesday.

Many local drivers ticketed for school bus violations

Area police are issuing citations to drivers for violating school bus stop arms.

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