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  • 14 charged in meningitis outbreak that killed 64

    Federal prosecutors have charged 14 people in a 2012 meningitis outbreak that killed 64 people nationwide. Authorities say it's the biggest criminal case ever brought in the U.S. over contaminated medicine.

  • Brownie troop gives to Margaret's House

    A special delivery by a group of Brownies to a place that helps so many. Brownie troop 257 from Mishawaka paid a visit to St. Margaret's House in South Bend. They delivered boxes of toiletries, personal care items, and all kinds of donations to help guests of the house.The girls had collected the donations from family, friends and even their teachers. St. Margaret's Househelps hundreds of women and children every yearto meet immediate needs like a hot meal, or a place to take a shower, or to ...

  • Big Apple is top New Year's Eve destination

    Travelers looking to ring in the new year are naming the Big Apple as the top destination spot. A winter travel survey by TripAdvisor laid out the top 10 most popular destinations to spend New Year's Eve. 

  • Elkhart prosecutor says community events will heal relationship between people and police across the country

    South Bend isn't the only city in Michiana getting involved in the national debate over police interaction with the public. Elkhart Prosecutor Curtis Hill is weighing in. He's gearing up for a basketball tournament at Concord High School. It will highlight local law enforcement and he says it's a great way to move the community forward.

  • Michigan Attorney General joins feds in announcing arrests in connection to deadly meningitis outbreak

    Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette joined federal officials today in Massachusetts as authorities announced the arrests of 14 people tied to the New England Compounding Center.

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