Mon Feb 24 15:08:52 PST 2020

Wet and chilly evening

Two storm systems will be moving through over the next 48 hours. The first will be mainly rain tonight into Tuesday. The second will be mainly snow...

Knights of Columbus and DTSB serve 100 meals to firefighters

On Thursday the South Bend Fire Department was shown some love for continuing to save lives while trying to stay safe.

Spotty rain (and snow) showers

It will remain cold and breezy through the night. The rain and snow showers this evening will taper off to nothing more than flurries by morning...

Ask Dr. Bob: Testing for coronavirus antibodies

It's being called a potential game changer, a breakthrough that would allow millions of people to resume their daily lives within a matter of days.

FACT CHECK: When to expect stimulus money and could there be more?

You might want to check your bank account when you get home, because you could be receiving your stimulus money as early as today.

Public no longer welcome in Indiana liquor stores

On Monday, Indianas governor extended his order that residents stay at home and added that they stay out of liquor stores.

Senator Todd Young gives hope to Hoosiers

Lindsay Stone spoke one-on-one with Senator Young to hear his message of hope.

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MTA workers say the agency hasn't done enough to protect them from coronavirus

“I love doing what I do for my city. I love my co-workers. ... However, I’m not willing to sacrifice the health of my wife and my family," one worker said.