Irish women's basketball honors breast cancer survivors in win over FSU

Irish women's basketball honors breast cancer survivors in win over FSU

In Notre Dame's annual Pink Zone game, the Irish women's basketball team honored survivors of breast cancer.

Dowagiac wrestling ready for return to state

They've been motivated ever since they fell in the state quarterfinals last year. The team said they felt like a bunch of deer in headlights last season and they want to prove they belong tomorrow afternoon.

South Bend hosts fourth annual Black History Month Awards

A special award ceremony in South Bend was held Thursday night honoring Black History Month.

UPDATE: Sheriff confirms pilot dead in Elkhart Co. plane crash

A plane crashed near the intersection of County Road 42 and County Road 33 Thursday night, and Elkhart County Sheriff Jeff Siegel confirmed the pilot died in the wreck.

Cartiva: cushion for your big toe

Most of us take our toes for granted, but if they stop working properly, they can have a widespread impact on our health.

Ogunbowale becomes all-time Irish scorer in rout of Duke

Arike Ogunbowale scored 25 points to become Notre Dame's all-time leading scorer as the fifth-ranked Fighting Irish routed Duke 89-61 on Thursday night.

New exhibition at Snite Museum of Art showcases Native American art

If you'd like to take a stroll through diverse cultures, backgrounds and tribes, you'll want to head over to the Snite Museum of Art at Notre Dame.

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Disgraced Enron chief released from federal custody

In his role as CEO, he maintained a facade of success as the Texas energy company imploded.

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U.S. to leave about 200 troops in Syria, White House says

A "small peacekeeping group" will remain in Syria "for period of time," White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said, confirming an NBC News report.