'March to the Memorial' in memory of lives lost on 9/11

Wed Sep 11 15:47:27 PDT 2019

'March to the Memorial' in memory of lives lost on 9/11

People walked 21 miles across St. Joseph County to honor the lives lost on 9/11.

Protecting your family against common holiday fire hazards

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Cale Morris records 37 saves in Penn State win

Notre Dame hockey was able to get out of its six-game losing skid Saturday night and it was thanks to one heck of a performance from goalie Cale Morris.

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Light snow will move south to north into Michiana this evening, continuing into the overnight hours. While amounts will be light, roads may become slick. Meteorologist Cindi Clawson has the details in her Sunday evening forecast.

Who stays? Who goes? Brian Kelly knows

There are just 13 days until Notre Dame's appearance in the Camping World Bowl and for some it will be their last game suiting up for the Blue and Gold.

Sunday AM Weather

Mostly cloudy today with a few flurries early, especially north. Light snow moves in overnight. Meteorologist Cindi Clawson has the details.

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