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Wrestling coach charged with child exploitation appeared in court
An Elkhart wrestling coach charged with voyeurism, vicarious sexual gratification and child exploitation appeared in Superior Court 3 Thursday afternoon for an initial hearing.
Former ND QB Clausen excited for opportunity to start for the Bears
In the midst of a 5-9 season, Chicago Bears Head Coach Marc Trestman made the call yesterday to bench franchise quarterback Jay Cutler. Former Notre Dame standout Jimmy Clausen now gets the opportunity Sunday against the Detroit Lions
SILVER ALERT: 85-year-old LaPorte man believed to be in danger
The LaPorte County Sheriff is investigating the disappearance of James Allen Blint, an 85-year-old white male who is believed to be in danger.
Armed man robs St. Joseph County convenience store
On Wednesday night, at 9:24 p.m., the Country Cupboard convenience store on Quince and SR 2 in St. Joseph County was robbed at gunpoint.
Future funding possible for Indiana road repairs
When Indiana Representative Timothy Wesco drives to Indianapolis in January for the start of the 2015 session of the general assembly, he'll do so with the goal of raising more money for road repairs.
Indiana lawmakers discuss legalizing Sunday alcohol sales
The state of Indiana has a long history of banning carry out alcohol sales on Sundays. Some suspect this could this be the year lawmakers make history by changing that policy.
Michigan man wins big appeal in gun ownership case
A federal appeals court has ruled in favor of a Michigan man who can't buy a gun because he was briefly treated for mental health problems after a divorce in the 1980s.
Two teens in court for involvement in death of South Bend 2-year-old
Two teens charged in connection with the death of a South Bend two-year-old were in court Thursday morning.
Indiana lawmakers develop plans to improve casino revenues in 2015
The chips are down for Indiana casinos as they face increased competition from facilities in Illinois and Ohio. The big loser is the state of Indiana, which has seen a steady and steep decline in gaming tax revenue.
Local sports medicine pioneer Leslie Bodnar dies at 98
Dr. Leslie Bodnar, a widely-respected sports medicine pioneer who worked with University of Notre Dame student-athletes for nearly four decades, died this morning in South Bend. He was 98.
Regional News from WKZO Radio in Kalamazoo
Profits up for Herman Miller
Man who lined up Balyo's victims sentenced
Facebook fight turns into pickaxe attack
Stabenow pleased with Cuba moves
Automakers suspend sales in Russia
Governor Snyder announces new department to develop workforce
Michigan unemployment rate lowest since 2006
Drug raid turns up Battle Creek marijuana grow operation
Legislators approve road funding plan
Ten-year-old boy fatally injured in St. Joseph County ATV accident
Law enforcement seek help in locating runaway teen
Bashara jury returns
No vote expected on road construction funding legislation
Santa available at Binder Park Zoo if you have special orders
Kalamazoo Public Safety a year away from body cams
Budget crunching session held at Kalamazoo City Hall
Fire forces evacuation of residential motel in Sturgis
Flint man held in Iran goes on hunger strike
Jeep sales strong in Europe
Court admits error in lawsuit from fired Grand Rapids clerk