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  • New Memorial program aims to help people cope with Parkinson's

    More than 10 million people in the country have Parkinson's disease. They include Mohammed Ali, actor Michael J. Fox and the Reverend Billy Graham. Although the disease is incurable, there is a new program in South Bend that can help sufferers, well after their diagnosis. Mishawaka resident, Pam Ewald was diagnosed with Parkinson's in February 2013. "For a while, I got pretty low where I didn't want to go on anymore," said Ewald.

  • Fargo police say officer shot during standoff dies

    A North Dakota police officer died Thursday after being hit by a gunshot that authorities suspect was fired by a man later found dead in the home where the officer had responded to a domestic disturbance call.

  • Judge cuts sentence of 4th member of Elkhart 4 to 10 years

    A judge has reduced to 10 years the sentence of a northern Indiana man convicted of felony murder in a home break-in after the Indiana Supreme Court threw out the murder convictions of three co-defendants.

  • Jose Quiroz of Elkhart Four gets sentence reduced, charge changed

    All of the Elkhart Four will get the same sentence now.Family members of Jose Quiroz embrace after learning his 55 year plea deal was reduced.

  • News Minute: Here is the latest Indiana news from The Associated Press

    The Marion County prosecutor won't charge the driver of a bus that struck and killed an Indianapolis school principal. The driver released a parking brake before the bus lurched forward and struck Susan Jordan last...


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