Patchy fog in Michiana with a near miss from Hurricane Humberto in the south

Mon Sep 16 05:44:11 PDT 2019

Patchy fog in Michiana with a near miss from Hurricane Humberto in the south

Meteorologist Kimberly Newman takes a look at the week ahead with summer-like temperatures in the forecast.

Irish men's basketball begins season with tough opponent

The Irish Mens Basketball team has a different way to start the year...this time with a conference opponent.

Pair of Grad transfers look to bring leadership to Irish

The Notre Dame Women's Basketball team continues to prepare for its season open and the team will be leaning on a pair of grad transfers to provide some veteran leadership.

Penn wins latest edition of Backyard Brawl

Friday night saw the chapter close on a historic rivalry in Michiana...at least for now. At Steele Stadium fans saw the final Backyard Brawl until at least 2023 as Mishawaka hosted Penn.

 
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