South Bend Girls Roller Derby Kick off the 2019 season

South Bend Girls Roller Derby Kick off the 2019 season

The South Bend Roller Girls will play their first home match of the 2019 season at the Century Center on Sunday, 5/19.

Kimberly's Back to Class Forecast

Did you see the easter egg Kimberly hid in today's forecast?

Kimberly's Forecast

Fog causing Monday morning delays. Some sunshine before a few afternoon showers pop up on 16 Doppler Max Radar.

Local foundation helps hundreds of kids as they go back to school

The Fremont Youth Foundation helps hundreds of kids a year. On Sunday, the foundation hosted the seventh annual Stop the Violence Back to School Block Party.

Elkhart Central wants to focus solely on this season

Last year the Blazers finished 6-6 under Head Coach Josh Shattuck in his second year.

Irish running backs want to push each other in 2019

Last season Armstrong rushed for nearly 400 yards and seven touchdowns including a pair against Michigan and Wake Forest while Jones rushed for 392 yards and three touchdowns.

St. Joseph's J.R. Konieczny commits to Notre Dame

St. Joseph's basketball star J.R. Konieczny announced his commitment to Notre Dame Sunday afternoon.

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Actress Kate del Castillo talks her passion project and El Chapo ordeal

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