Police ID victim in apparent Mishawaka murder; suspect in custody

Metro Homicide is on the scene of an investigation near Division and Battell streets in Mishawaka.

Gearing up for Brew Fest

The 8th annual South Bend Brew Fest is Saturday at the Century Center, and local breweries are getting ready for the big day.

Winter weather brings a sigh of relief for Hunter Ice Festival in Niles

Working with ice is nice in the heat, but the product is always better in the cold weather.

Three Oaks celebrates man who helped build town on Warren Day

The Region of Three Oaks Museum held a salute to American industrialist E.K. Warren Wednesday.

Vigil held for South Bend teen, loved ones share their memories

A vigil was held Wednesday in honor of a South Bend teen who was killed over the weekend.

Vigil held for South Bend teen, loved ones share their memories

A vigil was held Wednesday in honor of a South Bend teen who was killed over the weekend.

Southwest Michigan farmer Herb Teichman dies at 88

Herb Teichman, "the Dean of Southwest Michigan Fruitgrowers," has died.

 
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Muslims in the military: Converting to Islam in the Air Force

Many Muslims in the Air Force hide their faith to avoid harassment. Because of this, the majority of openly-practicing Muslims are converts—they entered the military as one faith and switched to Islam.

14-year-old with airsoft gun shot dead by Arizona police officer

The weapon found near the unidentified 14-year-old was a replica 1911 model airsoft gun, which police believe was stolen from the car.

Newborn baby found dead at Arizona Amazon distribution facility

"This is a terribly sad and tragic incident," Amazon said in a statement.

Government shutdown brews trouble for craft beer makers

The agency that approves beer labels is currently shutdown, leaving many craft beer makers frustrated over the situation. Rob Burns of Night Shift Brewing explains how the future of their summer beer — and the financial health of their business — is in jeopardy.

Medical marijuana goes on sale in Ohio to the relief of pain patients

Ohio has one of the nation's highest rates of opioid-related overdose deaths. Some experts hope medical marijuana may allay the opioid crisis, but others are not optimistic.