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Peaceful protest in Warsaw Wednesday

Peaceful protest in Warsaw Wednesday

Emergency responders search for man missing in Bass Lake

Emergency responders are searching for a man who went missing in a Starke County lake Tuesday.

Revamped Tippecanoe Place Restaurant opens Wednesday

The revamped Tippecanoe Place Restaurant will be opening its doors Wednesday under the new name Studebaker Grill and Brewing Company.

Two-part South Bend Schools Referendum approved

A $54 million referendum request to address building needs passed by a margin of better than 4,800 votes.

Bailey Betzer stuck with diving and earned a scholarship at Indiana State

"Once I got into it, once I got better at it, I started liking it a lot more," Betzer said. "Honestly, all of my dives have gotten better. Ive been wanting to try more and more things."

St. Joseph County Parks offering weekly free hikes throughout June

If you're looking for a way to get out of the house, Saint Joseph County Parks is offering free guided hikes every Wednesday in June.

 
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All three officers are expected to survive. Police said it is believed the stabbing was unprovoked, but a motive was not clear.

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June 3 coverage of nationwide unrest and ongoing protests

George Floyd's death has sparked protests across the country.

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Some cities are crediting curfews with curtailing the looting and violence seen earlier in the week, but in Brooklyn, New York, officers clashed with protesters shortly after Wednesday's curfew began.

George Floyd had coronavirus, autopsy says

The 20-page document released by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner's Office says an April 3 test on Floyd was positive for the virus’ genetic code, or RNA.