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Mishawaka murder case on National TV features Tim Corbett

A nearly 40-year old Mishawaka murder case was the center of a National TV show this evening. Metro homicide commander Tim Corbett was just one of a few investigators who appeared "On the Case with Paula Zahn." Zahn took an in-depth look at the 1981 murders of two church organists in Mishawaka. Ten

WNDU - 2017-11-20 09:00:00

Lake Fenton marching band plans to hold a concert in South Bend

Local residents will get a rare chance to see and hear one of the nation's best high school marching bands in action. The 150 person Lake Fenton High School marching band has rented the Gridiron Plaza outside the former College Football Hall of Fame building which is where a concert will be held on

WNDU - 2017-11-21 03:56:00

South Bend donut shop to close this week

A downtown South Bend bakery is closing its doors this week. Owners of Cops and Donuts- Dainty Maid Precinct announced Wednesday will be the last day they'll serve customers. The owners, a group of police officers from Michigan, took over the bakery on South Michigan Street last year after previous

WNDU - 2017-11-20 21:43:00

Pokagon police substation opens in South Bend

On Monday a new police station opened in South Bend. The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians Tribal Police substation will employ 12 officers. This, ahead of the grand opening of the new Four Winds Casino South Bend, slated to open early next year. The tribal police have been working together with St

WNDU - 2017-11-21 03:47:00

Final round of leaf pickup in South Bend

Homeowners in South Bend are eager to see the leaf trucks coming down their street this week. Monday begins the third and final pass for leaf pick up until spring. A pile of leaves sits ready for collection off Indiana Avenue in South Bend on Monday morning. Neighbors are asked to rake their leaf

WNDU - 2017-11-21 02:51:00

Terry McFadden's 'As Seen on TV' test: Samurai 360 knife

Thanksgiving is just a few days away, and that means plenty of time in the kitchen. On Monday, Terry McFadden tried out the "Samurai 360." It's a new take on an age-old cooking tool, because there's nothing like a sharp knife to help with all that food preparation. You can't use it to carve the turk

WNDU - 2017-11-21 02:18:00

Old Hardee's lot could see development

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WNDU) - It's been decades since a downtown South Bend Hardee's restaurant was demolished to make way for better things. Only now, has anyone shown any interest in the vacant lot left behind at Main and Jefferson. It's not a done deal, but a developer has the city's permission to do

WNDU - 2017-11-21 05:31:00

Indiana police to increase traffic enforcement through Thanksgiving holiday

MISHAWAKA, Ind. (WNDU) Expect to see an increase in random police patrols and checkpoints throughout northern Indiana. Officers made the announcement Monday at University Park Mall in Mishawaka, urging drivers to take extra precautions when traveling the busy roads during this holiday season. Misha

WNDU - 2017-11-21 01:34:00

Aces scrimmage at Hilltop Hysteria

MOUNT CARMEL - Before the season officially begins on Friday, the Mount Carmel Aces held their annual Hilltop Hysteria to kickoff the season. "It's a really neat event," said Mount Carmel coach Tyler Buss. "We wanted something to kind of kick the year off. It serves a lot of purposes. It gets the co


Hosting Thanksgiving? Some veteran Thanksgiving hosts rehearse the feast for peace of mind

AP Photo/Richard Drew | Ruthy Kirwan, of Percolate Kitchen, poses for a photo in her apartment kitchen, in the Queens borough of New York on Nov. 8. Before actors perform a play for an audience, they run a dress rehearsal to look for kinks that need fixing before the show opens. Traditional Thanksgi

VINCENNES SUN COMMERCIAL - 2017-11-21 05:00:00

Keeping up with the times: County pursuing upgrades to emergency communications systems

The county's emergency communications are on tap for some upgrades. E-911 director Debbie Schmidtknecht, who oversees central dispatch, told the county commissioners on Monday that she'd like to give the county's AT&T phone system an upgrade and refinance an existing loan that's set to be paid off i

VINCENNES SUN COMMERCIAL - 2017-11-21 05:00:00

2018 paving contract goes to different company

City officials have awarded a paving contract worth more than $830,000 to an Anderson-based company. The city's Board of Works last week awarded the city' paving contract - the fourth such contract in as many years - to E&B Paving. But it's the first time city engineer John Sprague has worked with t

VINCENNES SUN COMMERCIAL - 2017-11-21 05:00:00

VHA to replace doors at Bowman Terrace

Members of the Vincennes Housing Authority's Board of Commissioners on Monday voted to move forward with a major door replacement project at its oldest facility. Members elected to spend more than $306,000 to replace nearly 170 exterior doors on the units at Major Bowman Terrace, a facility on the c

VINCENNES SUN COMMERCIAL - 2017-11-21 05:00:00

News from Generations Area 13 Agency

ANGELWORX OPPORTUNITY Generations is looking for a part-time Volunteer Coordinator for our AngelWorx Program. If you are a "people-person" and enjoy coordinating projects and individuals, then our agency might be the perfect fit for you! Generations serves the six-county area of Daviess, Dubois, Gre

WASHINGTON TIMES-HERALD - 2017-11-20 12:00:00

More plans taking shape for Sixth and Main

Sun-Commercial photo by Jenny McNeece | Crews with Kerns Excavating work Friday afternoon on a new historic depot-inspired parking lot at Sixth and Main streets. The project was pushed by members of INVin, a non-profit looking to bring more business to Main Street, and funded by the city's Redevelop


Early onslaught propels Lady Patriots

Class A No. 3 Rivet scored the game's first 21 points on its way to a rout of North Posey, 75-40, in a girls basketball game at Ralph Holscher Gymnasium on Saturday. Grace Waggoner led the Patriots (3-1) with 24 points. Tia Tolbert scored 12, Caroline Herman 10, and freshman reserve Lily Waggoner sc


Brooklyn man slashed his estranged wife's throat over a breakup text, friend says

Diane Russell (center) recalled at the murder trial in Brooklyn Supreme Court receiving a frightened call from Karen Ashley, 45, saying that Beresford was stalking her.(Jesse Ward/for New York Daily News) A Brooklyn man nearly decapitated his estranged wife because she "broke up with him over text,

NY DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-20 23:56:02

Subway rider threatened to shoot police with AK-47: cops

A cop-hating Manhattan subway rider was caught on cellphone video threatening to take an AK-47 and bulletproof vest to an NYPD station house in Queens to fatally shoot officers, authorities said Tuesday. Samuel Palominos, 19, was on an F train around 14th Street and Sixth Avenue in Greenwich Village

NEW YORK POST - 2017-11-20 21:42:14

Readers sound of on Charles Manson, Ron Jeremy and Roy Moore

Fresh Meadows: Now that mass murderer Charles Manson has died, I hope that he will rot in the depths of Hades, for that is where he certainly deserves to go. The world will be a much better place now that this poor excuse for a human being is no longer with us. The heinous crimes of brutal murder t

NY DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-21 08:00:00

Exclusive: Queens home invasion victim describes daughters' terrifying ordeal

Police are searching for a trio of home invaders who they believe struck two times in Queens over the weekend. In both cases, the suspects posed as deliverymen before ransacking one home and shooting the owner of another with a pellet or BB gun. The first incident happened just after 5 p.m. Saturday

ABC7NY.COM - 2017-11-20 10:57:49