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Adventurers prep for South Bend Urban Adventure game Saturday

The South Bend Urban Adventure Games are on; bright and early at 6:00 am Saturday at Four Winds Field! 

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Police release names from North Webster officer-involved shooting

Crash scene in North Webster (left) and Deputy McCune (right) Crash scene in North Webster (left) and Deputy McCune (right)

Police have revealed the names of three people involved in Wednesday night's officer-involved shooting in North Webster, but many of the details of the incident remain under investigation.  Indiana State Police say Alexander Jackson of Milford was shot by Deputy Sheriff Don McCune of the Kosciusko County Sheriff's Department. 

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2 San Diego police officers shot, 1 fatally, during stop

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Two San Diego police officers were shot - one fatally - after a late-night stop turned into a gunfight, triggering a manhunt that led to the capture of one wounded suspect in a ravine and an hours-long SWAT standoff Friday... More>>

Berrien County Sheriff asking for $175K to hire two deputies, buy safety equipment

The Berrien County Courthouse could have beefed up security soon. The Berrien County Courthouse could have beefed up security soon.

Abigail Leighty says she's more cautious when she visits the Berrien County Courthouse.

"I just watch everyone that I'm around and stuff more than I would have usually." she said.

She says that since hearing about Larry Gordon being able to take a gun from a deputy.

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Indiana GOP governor candidate faces running mate deadline

The new Republican candidate for Indiana governor is facing a deadline to select his running mate for the November election. More>>

South Bend residents say MLK Drive street selection process flawed, lacks transparency Video included

On Monday, the street re-naming committee spoke before the South Bend Council. They recommended the city extend the name Martin Luther King Jr. Drive through the city's historical district - renaming Chapin St, Prairie Ave and Marion St. Businesses and homeowners say the committee shut the public out of the process.

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Michiana Democrats gather to watch convention Video included

Michiana Democrats watched excitedly from party headquarters in South Bend as Hillary Clinton spoke at the Democratic National Convention.  

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Elkhart community members barbecue for peace with police Video included

    It has been a challenging month across the country.      Racial tension and police-community relations have become some of the main issues in the 2016 presidential campaign. One Elkhart group wanted to do something to comfort people in their community about some of those issues.     

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Elkhart family dealing with ALS happy to learn of breakthrough in research Video included

Kennydi Odle shows the ventilator her mother, Toni Phillips, needs when she sleeps. Phillips has ALS. Kennydi Odle shows the ventilator her mother, Toni Phillips, needs when she sleeps. Phillips has ALS.

"I think that's great!" Toni Phillips of Elkhart said.

Phillips reacts to the scientific breakthrough.

She has been dealing with complications from ALS over the last two months.

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South Shore Line Increasing Security, Cars for Lollapalooza

If you're going to Chicago this weekend you might want to avoid the train. Lollapalooza is back in Chicago and the South Shore Line is packed.

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Cass County man sentenced in shooting death of his wife

Police on scene at the Steinback home Police on scene at the Steinback home

A Cass County man was sentenced to 20-to-40 years in prison Friday for the shooting death of his wife. The Cass County Prosecutor's Office reports Terry Steinback received his sentence Friday morning after being convicted of second degree murder last month. Steinback shot and killed his wife in their home on May 12, 2015 in Wayne Township. 

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Woman hospitalized after her car is struck by a train near Goshen College

An Ohio woman was hospitalized after her car was struck by a train Thursday morning in Goshen. Goshen Police say just before 11:00am at the railroad crossing south of College Ave. near Goshen College, a Norfolk-Southern train collided with a 2013 KIA Soul. Police say the train was traveling 20 mph at the time of the collision and was unable to stop in time to avoid the car.

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Gas leak evacuates business in downtown Elkhart

Several business in downtown Elkhart have been evacuated due to a gas leak Thursday afternoon.  FOX28 crews report that NIPSCO workers are responding to a leak on Main St. near Jefferson St. in Elkhart. Flames were visible coming out of large hole in the street, but workers did not appear to treating the situation as an immediate source of danger. 

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Thomas to serve 55 years for deadly Christmas Eve shooting

Bruce Thomas // St. Joseph County Police Bruce Thomas // St. Joseph County Police

One of two men charged in a deadly South Bend shooting that took place last Christmas Eve will spend 55 years in prison.  Bruce Thomas appeared in a St. Joseph County courtroom Thursday for a sentencing hearing on a conviction for Murder in the shooting death of Clevee Chick. Thomas, 24, was convicted earlier this month, and was sentenced to 55 years in prison. 

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State Police investigating officer-involved shooting in North Webster

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Indiana State Police (ISP) are investigating after a reported road rage incident led to an officer-involved shooting in North Webster. State Police sent out a release Wednesday night detailing a series of events that begin with a call to the Kosciusko County Sheriff's Department about a road rage incident in Syracuse. Police say the incident began around 6:00pm near the Pride gas station on State Rd. 13. 

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Residents wish for more communication with Notre Dame about crime near campus Video included

South Bend Police are adding patrols to the neighborhood just south of Notre Dame's campus. It's because of a string of armed robberies this month.

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