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Orion: The Man Who Would Be King - South Bend Tribune
Who was that masked man? Before you answer the Lone Ranger, perhaps you should know about Orion: The Man Who Would Be King, the new award-winning documentary about a singer whose uncanny vocal resemblance to Elvis Presley was turned into a brief-but ...
Identification made of body found on Friday - South Bend Tribune
MISHAWAKA — The human remains found Friday in a wooded area just northwest of the intersection of McKinley Highway and Bittersweet Road have been identified as those of a man reported missing to police in early February. The man is Carl E. Forrest, 46 ...
Celebs Turning 60 in 2015: These Might Surprise You! - South Bend Tribune
“I’m 60 years of age. That’s 16 Celcius.” George Carlin had a great attitude toward turning 60, and we hope these celebrities feel the same way! Launch the gallery to see the celebs hitting the sixty-year milestone in 2015. (Also, check out the ...
Proposed change to education board allows Ritz to keep chair - South Bend Tribune
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Lawmakers plan to rework the Indiana State Board of Education by postponing changes to its leadership until after the 2016 election. Senate Republicans unveiled a proposal Monday to allow the board to choose its own leader, but not ...
13 Soups of Summer That You’re Going to Love - South Bend Tribune
Summer often brings with it lazy afternoons by the pool, green grass, garden-fresh produce and plenty of warm sunshine. On the lunch and dinner tables it means something that is seasonally fresh, delicious, and light: The Soups of Summer. From the chilled ...
Suspect in South Bend toddler's death enters last-minute guilty plea - South Bend Tribune
SOUTH BEND — A man accused of murder in the 2014 death of a 2-year-old South Bend boy pleaded guilty Monday morning, just before his trial was set to begin. Tarez Buchanon, 20, pleaded guilty to one count of attempted murder before St. Joseph Superior ...
Pinnacle Y in Mishawaka generates 'very excited' response - South Bend Tribune
MISHAWAKA — The Michiana Family YMCA's new Mishawaka satellite location acquired featured 14 racquetball/handball courts when it was built in 1977. Times have changed since then, but some racquetball courts will remain when it reopens as a Y facility in ...
IU student killed last seen getting into taxi - South Bend Tribune
NASHVILLE, Ind. (AP) — Court documents released in the slaying of an Indiana University student say investigators found blood in the suspect's vehicle and discovered his cellphone next to the woman's body. A probable cause affidavit released Monday says ...
Indiana school revises policies after coach harassed players - South Bend Tribune
LAPORTE (AP) — A northern Indiana school district will revise its sexual harassment policies and increase training on how to initiate and investigate complaints as part of a settlement in a case involving a coach who had a sexual relationship with a ...
Ask Carrie: Things You Want to Know About Investing But Are Afraid to Ask—Part 3 - South Bend Tribune
In the past two columns I’ve introduced investing concepts and terms that every investor should understand. For starters, you need to know why asset allocation (how you divide your money between stocks, bonds and cash) and diversification (not putting ...
Cassopolis man hit, killed while sitting in road - South Bend Tribune
Police say a Cassopolis man was sitting in a highway before he was hit and killed by a vehicle early Sunday morning. Duke Gowens, 25, was sitting in the northbound lane of Michigan 40 about 1:20 a.m. when an undisclosed driver was unable to avoid hitting ...
On the block: Factories flocked to river - South Bend Tribune
In 1875 America was in the midst of the Gilded Age, a period of unprecedented economic growth and industrial development. South Bend benefited from the factories that flocked to the banks of the St. Joseph River, where the water powered their machinery.
Doughnuts roll out fast - South Bend Tribune
MISHAWAKA — "Sorry out of donuts." Within a few hours of its soft opening Monday, the doughnut case at the new Mishawaka Rise'n Roll Bakery & Store was empty. Co-owner Sue Fuller taped bright orange signs to the doors alerting customers that they sold ...
Ritz would keep chair under GOP proposal - South Bend Tribune
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Democratic State Superintendent Glenda Ritz would keep control of the State Board of Education for longer than previously expected under a new plan lawmakers proposed Monday. Republican Gov. Mike Pence and GOP lawmakers have long ...
1 website, third sentence for sex crime - South Bend Tribune
NILES — A third man in as many months has been sentenced in Berrien County Trial Court for criminal sexual conduct after meeting an underage girl online. Zachery Nathaniel Anderson, 19, of Elkhart, pleaded guilty to fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct ...