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Regional News from WNDU-TV in South Bend, Indiana
Father Theodore Hesburgh is laid to rest
On Wednesday afternoon, we said goodbye to Father Theodore Hesburgh at a funeral mass in the building where "God, Country, Notre Dame" is etched in stone: the Basilica of the Sacred Heart.
ND's Jerian Grant named 1st team Associated Press All-American
After leading Notre Dame to its first trip to the Elite 8 since 1979, Jerian Grant has been named a 1st team All-American by the Associated Press.
Judge decides life in prison for man who killed brother and sister-in-law
The man who killed his brother and sister-in-law in their Mishawaka home was back in court on Monday.
Indiana celebrates special holiday to honor Vietnam veterans
Dozens of people packed the lobby of the county-city building on Monday afternoon to thank Vietnam War veterans.
Zoning and fire code violations force Goshen homeless shelter to close
A homeless shelter that opened in Goshen in January is closing due to zoning and fire code violations.
Elkhart youth center announces plans for $1 million expansion
On Monday, leaders at the Tolson Center announced plans to raise $1 million to start work on a 70,000 square foot expansion.
Aquatherapy: Restoring movement and alleviating pain for senior patients
For years, aqua-therapists have seen how rehabbing in the water is one of the best ways to achieve full function, regardless of the injury. Now, advanced aquatic therapy pools, once the exclusive domain of pro and college sports teams, are coming to senior centers.
Northern Indiana's Episcopal bishop to retire
Northern Indiana's Episcopal bishop announced his retirement Monday in a letter to the flock.
Religious act has Chicago mayor wooing Indiana businesses
Mayor Rahm Emanuel has asked Indiana businesses to consider moving to Chicago after Indiana's governor signed legislation that's been criticized over concerns it could foster discrimination against gays and lesbians.
Purvi Patel sentenced to 20 years for feticide, neglect of dependent
A Granger woman has been sentenced to 20 years in prison on charges of feticide and neglect of a dependent.
Regional News from WKZO Radio in Kalamazoo