Police on lookout for railroad trespassers in St. Joseph County

Wed Jun 19 15:53:33 PDT 2019

Police on lookout for railroad trespassers in St. Joseph County

Infant sleep-related deaths higher in Michigan; health department urges change

Its a concern on the minds of many parents: keeping their baby safe while they sleep.

YWCA recognizes local officers for work with domestic violence victims

Officers who respond to a domestic violence call do a question screening with the victim. When the victim is at high risk the officer calls the YWCA shelter.

IU South Bend to host Dress for Success Event

IU South Bend is partnering with Dress for Success for a special event aimed at preparing graduating seniors for life after college.

Frost Advisory in effect until 8am

Tracking afternoon showers and isolated thunderstorms Tuesday. Meteorologist Kimberly Newman has a look at the forecast.

Brian Kelly impressed with team's maturity in win over USC

The Fighting Irish improved to 5-1 this weekend, defeating rival USC. And head coach Brian Kelly was happy his team is staying level-headed.

 
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Explosive found on playground at Montana elementary school

The school's "students are being evacuated and the path for children to evacuate has been cleared," authorities said.

Authorities release sketch of 'possible witness' in case of missing 5-year-old

Dulce Alavez vanished from a park in Bridgeton, New Jersey, on Sept. 16.

Man arrives at police station with dead body in car, leads police to 3 others

The man told police in Mt. Shasta that he had killed people at his apartment, more than 200 miles away, officials said.

Cuba Gooding Jr. pleads not guilty to sexual misconduct allegations by 2 women

A dozen additional women also accused the actor of either inappropriately touching them or kissing them, according to court documents released Tuesday. He was not charged in those cases.

Fort Worth police chief says department is reeling over fatal shooting of Atatiana Jefferson

Interim Chief Ed Kraus said he was "deeply sorry for what occurred."