DoubleTree South Bend affected by stay-at-home order

Wed Mar 25 16:02:06 PDT 2020

DoubleTree South Bend affected by stay-at-home order

The DoubleTree Hotel in downtown South Bend has laid off 100 workers.

Buchanan restaurant opens in uncertain times

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NTSB: School district shares blame for Fulton Co. crash that killed 3 siblings

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A strong cold front will sweep through this evening. It will bring showers, and in some places a thunderstorm, this evening...then much colder air sweeps in overnight and Thursday...

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