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LaPorte High School no longer on lockdown - South Bend Tribune
LAPORTE — LaPorte High School was placed on lockdown this morning after a live bullet was found in front of the building. LaPorte Mayor Blair Milo told WSBT-TV the lockdown has ended after no weapons were found. Subscribe to the South Bend Tribune for ...
Police: Gary suspect hints at more killings going back years - South Bend Tribune
GARY — Police investigating the slayings of seven northwestern Indiana women whose bodies were found over the weekend said Monday they believe it is the work of a serial killer, and that the suspect has indicated there could be more victims going back 20 ...
A 'Major League' field - South Bend Tribune
SOUTH BEND — A bit of magic will be returning to Four Winds Field this week. That's the way Joe Hart, South Bend Cubs president, sees it as the team's stadium returns to a natural grass playing surface. Subscribe to the South Bend Tribune for only $20 ...
Michigan school board races on Nov. 4 ballot - South Bend Tribune
Voters in three southwestern Michigan school districts will have choices to make as they head to the polls on Nov. 4. Incumbent school board members in the Brandywine, Edwardsburg and Niles school districts all face challengers in the upcoming election.
South Bend school board OKs settlement deal - South Bend Tribune
SOUTH BEND — On Monday evening, the South Bend school board approved a final settlement agreement with a former buildings and grounds supervisor whom the school corporation fired in 2012 for allegedly making “an inappropriate and disrespectful comment ...
Council OKs city, schools budgets - South Bend Tribune
MISHAWAKA — The Mishawaka Common Council voted 9-0 to approve the 2015 city budget with one adjustment made by Mayor Dave Wood: to remove the $5,000 that he’d proposed adding to the annual salary of the city’s corporation counsel, or attorney, for ...
Chat transcript: Talk restaurants and retail with Heidi Prescott - South Bend Tribune
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Benton Harbor man's death investigated as possible overdose - South Bend Tribune
BENTON HARBOR — Preliminary autopsy results showed no signs of trauma on a man found dead at a house south of Benton Harbor on Friday. According to a news release from the Berrien County Sheriff's Department, Eric Wayne Coleman, 32, was found dead at a ...
Goshen to be site of Martin's Express - South Bend Tribune
SOUTH BEND — Martin’s Super Markets plans to open a new type of store in Goshen in the spring. The South Bend-based company plans to open its 22nd store — called Martin’s Express — in a location occupied by a soon-to-be closed Save-A-Lot store at ...
US: 1 American released from North Korea - South Bend Tribune
WASHINGTON (AP) — Jeffrey Fowle, one of three Americans being held in North Korea, has been released, the State Department said Tuesday. State Department deputy spokeswoman Marie Harf said Fowle was home Tuesday after negotiators left Pyongyang.
LaPorte High School placed on lockdown - South Bend Tribune
LAPORTE — LaPorte High School was placed on lockdown this morning after a live bullet was found in front of the building. According to school board President Mike Kellems, the bullet was found outside the school facing I Street before 11 a.m. EST.
Left- and Right-Ear Hearing Differences - South Bend Tribune
Lewis Turner in Atlanta writes: I read your column re: left- and right-ear hearing differences with great interest. [September 21, 2014] Your answer stated that the right ear is more attuned to speech/language; the left ear to music. I recently received a ...
What's the matter with Kansas? - South Bend Tribune
Kansas is one of the most Republican states in the nation, but you wouldn't know it by watching these midterm elections. GOP Gov. Sam Brownback and Sen. Pat Roberts are both fighting for their political lives, and both may lose at the polls in November.
ScholarCorps helps redefine state's education goals - South Bend Tribune
There was a time when the future of Indiana's 21st Century Scholars program was in doubt. Started in 1990, the program had become a victim of its own success, with the General Assembly paying out more in college tuition support than was budgeted.
ANOTHER OPINION Still in the debate - South Bend Tribune
Gabrielle Giffords, the former Arizona congresswoman shot in 2011 in a public attack that left six others dead, continues to struggle with the aftereffects of a bullet to the brain. Her mobility is limited; she has difficulties speaking. She had to abandon ...