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  • South Bend group hangs hats and scarves downtown for people in need

    People in South Bend are giving back in a slightly different way this Thanksgiving. If you see a scarf or a pair of gloves wrapped around a tree, don't be alarmed. It's a trend one group has taken on to keep their neighbors warm. The holiday's are a time of giving. Some volunteers are getting together gifts that will keep on giving.

  • Upset college football fan sends 20 dozen donuts to police station

    (CNN)--A man from California who had traveled to see the University of Wisconsin-Madison football game against Northwestern delivered a mixed message to the police who threw him out of the stands. Actually, he had a delivery person relay the message for him to the University of Wisconsin Police Department.

  • Notre Dame's President Fr. Jenkins releases statement asking people to welcome Syrian refugees

    In the spirit of Thanksgiving Father Jenkins released a statement Wednesday asking Americans not only to count their blessings, but share them with Syrian refugees; a challenge to Pence's actions.

  • Illinois man reunited with lost pup after dog travels 1,200 miles

    (CNN)-- Ken Swisher just put 1200 miles on his vehicle, all for the love of his dog, Missy. Ken lives in southern Illinois and when his dog disappeared three weeks ago, he did the usual, calling all the kennels, vets and rescue places nearby.  But there was no sign of Missy, until a fateful phone call last week."He said I got a strange question to ask you. Do you have a dog gone? I said yes. She said well, she's in New Hampshire." 

  • UPDATE: Woman found dead in her St. Joe County home identified

    Wednesday evening, St. Joseph Metro Homicide released the name of the woman found dead inside her home on Kenilworth Rd. 


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