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  • The best times to stock up on school staples

    Backpacks, highlighters, notebooks. It's time for back to school shopping. Kids start going back to school in two weeks. Anna Kridler has been teaching math at Concord High School for 13 years. "I start thinking about my back to school shopping typically in June as soon as school ends," said KridlerShe says she uses smart phone apps for different stores to comparison shop. "End of July, beginning of August is definitely the best time to start back to school shopping," Kridler said.

  • American Red Cross is low on blood and platelets

    The American Red Cross is running low on blood and it's close to becoming a "Emergency Situation"The organization is blaming the month of July for low numbers since the fourth of July was on a Friday.They say it cut the number of blood drives because volunteers went on vacation."We typically see a dip in the summertime, but we are now currently facing an eight percent shortfall in our blood donation so we are helping people will come out and give," Anne Marie Borrego, American Red Cross, said.

  • Urgent care clinic offers concussion test popular among high school athletes

    Former NFL stars have placed concussions in the spotlight with a string of lawsuits. Now an urgent care clinic in Granger offers a new test that helps coaches and trainers spot and treat head injuries before they turn into something more serious.

  • Elkhart County Prosecuting Attorney and YWCA joining forces to help domestic violence victims

    The Office of the Elkhart County Prosecuting Attorney and the YWCA North Central Indiana are partnering together to help Hispanic victims of domestic violence.The group is going to be facilitated by the Office of the Prosecuting Attorney along with a bilingual counselor from the YWCA."Victims of domestic violence come from all backgrounds and walks of life, and none of them deserve to be abused," Curtis T. Hill Jr., Elkhart County Prosecuting Attorney, said.

  • Two others charged along with owner of Tricia's Playhouse owner for death of five-year-old boy

    Two others have been charged alongside the owner of the Michigan City day care where five-year-old boy died last month.Charges of Reckless Homicide and Involuntary Manslaughter were filed Friday against Tricia Calvin, the owner of Tricia's Playhouse, for her role in the death of five-year-old Amareon Williams. Attorney's for Williams' mother claim he was unsupervised when he became entangled in a jump rope hanging from a play set and accidentally hung himself.

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