South Bend School Board of Trustees unanimously approves bus camera purchase

South Bend School Board of Trustees unanimously approves bus camera purchase

Each bus will be equipped with two exterior side arm cameras and three 360-degree cameras around the bus. These cameras will be make sure that any time a car passes a school bus, the license plate will be recorded

Vigil held for young baseball player who drowned

The Brandywine Cal Ripken league in Niles is mourning the loss of one of its own. Seven-year-old Ayden Smith accidentally drowned over the weekend.

Man dies after being struck by lightning in Marshall County

A 65-year-old man has died after being struck by lightning on Saturday at the Lake of the Woods in Marshall County.

Alex Wilcox says his goodbye to WNDU

Today was the last day at WNDU for our Sports Director, Alex Wilcox.

Family of toddler who fell from cruise ship makes TV appearance

Eighteen-month-old Chloe Wiegand died after falling out the 11th-story window while the ship was docked in Puerto Rico.

South Bend could expand cellphone ban for drivers

The council is trying to give the same protections they give children in a school crosswalk to every citizen driver in the city."

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Concern over police use of Ring doorbells as crime fighting tool

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