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SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Just like that, the tumble down a slicked cliff ended. Notre Dame won a football game on Saturday. Pretty emphatically, too, a 31-13 dismissal of No. 15 Michigan State that probably closed whatever gate to Hades cracked open...
Tags: Auto Racing, NASCAR, Aneurysm, Students, Chicago Tribune
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY — Capital Avenue was designed to put drivers on the fast track between the Indiana Toll Road and the Bypass. But at the intersection of Cleveland Road and Capital Avenue We're seeing the first signs of development. Will that lead...
LANSING — Jennifer Granholm and husband Dan Mulhern thought their lives would change tremendously when she stepped down as Michigan's first female governor at the end of last year. But the former First Couple is finding that while their day jobs...
Volunteer connections Volunteers needed to help new clients at Northwest Community Action Agency. This "Triage" volunteer will serve as one of the first contacts with our customers. They will introduce our customers to the basics of Northwest Community...
Protecting the health and safety of all who eat at Boyle County’s food-service establishments is a top priority of the Boyle County Health Department. The health department routinely provides food safety training for the county’s restaurant...
SHANKSVILLE — Shade outdueled Shanksville in five hard-fought sets Tuesday. The Lady Panthers won 25-22, 24-26, 8-25, 25-11 and 15-10. Becca Muha led Shade with 15 kills and seven blocks. Aubrey Polochak had six kills. Kayla Maust smashed 13 kills...
Tags: Volleyball, Carolina Panthers
The same type of technology used to train NASA astronauts is now available at the James City County Sentara Therapy Center. The Alter-G "anti-gravity" treadmill, which has been at the center for about a month, is being used for general orthopedic...
Zap2ItCall of Juarez: The Cartel X360, PS3/$49.99-$59.99/July 19 The Wild West meets modern times as a ruthless drug cartel bombs a law enforcement agency, forcing three equally brutal officers to embark on a bloody journey filled with chaos and bullets....
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsThis is not a story Tony Clark usually tells, most of the time he avoids it. "I usually say I am running a marathon," says Clark. “Unless its close friends, I don't bring it up.” Technically that’s true but what he fails to mention...
Tags: Tony Clark, Athletes, Sports
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsA group of fans are calling the Warren Theatres home for the next two days. They'll be spending as much time there as their own houses. "We've gotten up and moved around between the first and second movie but we wanted to keep our seats for this one. I...
Anchor/ReporterOver the years the Roanoke Valley has been making a name for itself with those who love the great outdoors. A new national study shows greenways are just one reason the region would be the ideal place to launch more outdoor businesses. The study shows...
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