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1 dead after Kosciusko County house fire

An early morning house fire has claimed the life of one person in southern Kosciusko County...

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South Bend religious leaders asking citizens to pledge non-violence as summer approaches Video included

People are pledging to be non-violent in South Bend this summer. People are pledging to be non-violent in South Bend this summer.

Through prayer and poetry, South Bend religious leaders hope today's "picnic with a purpose" can encourage people to put down the guns this summer.

"The purpose is to engage our community in taking a stand against violence, beginning with themselves." Rev. Sylvester Williams, Jr. founder of WUBS said.

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UPDATE: Metro Homicide investigating homicide

Around 5:15 pm, dispatchers tell FOX 28 that South Bend police are responding to a shooting near the area of Fassnacht Ave. and Studebaker St. That's near the City Cemetery.  

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Family grieves after they say their loved one was gunned down in South Bend Video included

It happened outside Fassnacht and Studebaker, between Lincolnway and Linden on the city's west side.

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Police asking for public's help to locate wanted suspect

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Police in Elkhart County are asking for the public's help to locate a suspect wanted on a felony warrant.  The Elkhart County Sheriff's Department says Rebecca Yoder is wanted for felony residential entry. 

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Fire and police agencies train together to improve emergency response Video included

In an emergency, like the recent mass shooting in Orlando, you hope emergency crews will work together to save lives. Unfortunately, first responders say that doesn't always happen. Some say it's myth. Others say it's fact that firefighters and police have a hard time executing a coordinated response during emergencies. Changing that is exactly why agencies from all over Michiana are coming together for a special training session.  

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Immigration ruling by Supreme Court frustrates local undocumented immigrants, advocates Video included

La Casa de Amistad shows a family on its mural. La Casa de Amistad shows a family on its mural.

"My first language was English and then slowly I started learning Spanish," Erica said.

Erica doesn't appear to be a typical undocumented immigrant.

She has been in the US illegally for more than 20 years, since she was a baby.

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Temporary closures scheduled for June 29 on U.S. 6 at County Road 29 in Elkhart County

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Commuters on U.S. 6 in Elkhart County should expect slower traffic June 29. 

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Ohio man faces preliminary drug charges following traffic stop in Fulton County

Officers allegedly found approximately 400 hits of LSD, 4.6 pounds of marijuana, 21 grams of cocaine, prescription pills, methamphetamine, and numerous items of drug paraphernalia. Photo//Indiana State Police-Peru District Officers allegedly found approximately 400 hits of LSD, 4.6 pounds of marijuana, 21 grams of cocaine, prescription pills, methamphetamine, and numerous items of drug paraphernalia. Photo//Indiana State Police-Peru District

An Ohio man faces preliminary charges after allegedly being caught with LSD, Cocaine, and Meth in Fulton County. 

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Relay for Life Planned for Saturday in Berrien County

People in Berrien County will walk to end cancer this weekend.

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UK votes to leave European Union; markets plunge

The results are in and the United Kingdom voters have decided they want to leave the European Union.  The "leave" vote won with 51.89 percent of the vote. Prime Minister David Cameron says he will resign by the fall and insists the British people's will must be respected after voters chose to leave the 28-nation European Union.

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Virginia Republican delegate suing to avoid voting for Trump

A Virginia Republican is suing to avoid voting for Trump. A Virginia Republican is suing to avoid voting for Trump.

A delegate to the Republican National Convention is turning to the courts to avoid voting for Donald Trump.

Carroll Correll is a delegate from Virginia, and is bound to vote for Trump on the first ballot because the real estate mogul won the state's GOP primary.

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Aurora movie theater shooter's prison location will not be released to public

James' Holmes prison location will be kept confidential. James' Holmes prison location will be kept confidential.

James Holmes' new prison location will not be released to the public.

The Colorado Department of Public Safety made that announcement Friday.

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Public meetings set for councils to hear information on food and beverage tax

Officials in South Bend, Mishawaka and St. Joseph County will be meeting to find out more about a possible food and beverage tax.  The South Bend Common Council, Mishawaka Common Council and St. Joseph County Council all announced their members will attend three public meetings to find out more information about food and beverage taxes in the state of Indiana.

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Michigan Governor signs bill for public threat alert system

LANSING -- Michigan Governor Rick Snyder signed legislation today that would warn people in case of a mass shooting event or terrorist attack. Mlive reports Senate Bill 976 and House Bill 5442 and 5567 are aimed at creating a Public Threat Alert System to rapidly distribute data concerning emergency events to radio, TV, and wireless technologies. It also specifies criminal repercussions for anyone making a false report. The idea isn't know, however, it came about back in March after... More>>

IMPD Officer under investigation for excessive force

INDIANAPOLIS -- An office from Indianapolis is being investigated after going into a teen's home, handcuffing him, throwing him into a wall, and being caught on camera.  In the video you can see IMPD Detective Robert Chappell slamming a 17-year old into a wall. Mother Vickie McGregory was at work during the incident, but is shocked.  "When I see this video, I went into panic mode. I'm trying to text and see the video. I didn't even see it the end and I did n... More>>

Hoosiers Could Get Money Back from E-Book Purchases

Some Hoosiers could get a check from Apple.

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Health Minute: best, worst places for children

Raising children is no easy task and where you live can play an important role in a young person's life.

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CDC: FluMist not as effective as injection

Flu vaccines are about to get more painful for a lot of people. A CDC advisory committee recommended Wednesday that FluMist, the nasal spray influenza vaccine, should not be used during the upcoming flu season. 

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  • Celebrating Indiana: Memories of the old St. Joe High School

    Say goodbye to a building many of you have spent a lot of time in. Holy Cross College is entering a lease with the University of Notre Dame to use the old St. Joe High School property. 

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    Say goodbye to a building many of you have spent a lot of time in. Holy Cross College is entering a lease with the University of Notre Dame to use the old St. Joe High School property. 

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  • South Bend religious leaders asking citizens to pledge non-violence as summer approaches

    South Bend religious leaders asking citizens to pledge non-violence as summer approaches

    People are pledging to be non-violent in South Bend this summer.People are pledging to be non-violent in South Bend this summer.

    Through prayer and poetry, South Bend religious leaders hope today's "picnic with a purpose" can encourage people to put down the guns this summer.

    "The purpose is to engage our community in taking a stand against violence, beginning with themselves." Rev. Sylvester Williams, Jr. founder of WUBS said.

    More >>

    Through prayer and poetry, South Bend religious leaders hope today's "picnic with a purpose" can encourage people to put down the guns this summer.

    "The purpose is to engage our community in taking a stand against violence, beginning with themselves." Rev. Sylvester Williams, Jr. founder of WUBS said.

    More >>
  • Fire and police agencies train together to improve emergency response

    Fire and police agencies train together to improve emergency response

    In an emergency, like the recent mass shooting in Orlando, you hope emergency crews will work together to save lives. Unfortunately, first responders say that doesn't always happen. Some say it's myth. Others say it's fact that firefighters and police have a hard time executing a coordinated response during emergencies. Changing that is exactly why agencies from all over Michiana are coming together for a special training session.  

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    In an emergency, like the recent mass shooting in Orlando, you hope emergency crews will work together to save lives. Unfortunately, first responders say that doesn't always happen. Some say it's myth. Others say it's fact that firefighters and police have a hard time executing a coordinated response during emergencies. Changing that is exactly why agencies from all over Michiana are coming together for a special training session.  

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