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As the healing process begins in the tornado-ravaged town of Moore, Oklahoma, people in Michiana came out to show their support for victims of this week's tragedy. Comment?
Toddlers dressed in University of Oklahoma gear help sift through items on a semi-truck Wednesday. Comment?
NewsCenter 16 had an employee's son leave a voicemail message for people who found the wallet and called to report it missing. Comment?
"Our competition isn't ourselves," St. Joe County Chamber of Commerce President Jeff Rea said. Comment?
According to a TripAdvisor survey, 74% of Americans traveling over the Memorial Day weekend holiday will drive to their destination, even with high prices at the pump. Comment?
It's the first annual Tip a Hawk event benefiting Memorial Children's Hospital. The event runs from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Applebee's on Main St. Comment?
It happened in the area of East 3rd Street and Pine. When police arrived on the scene, they tried to make contact with those inside, by phone and PA system, but the occupants refused to come out. Comment?
Whole Foods will donate 5 percent of its Wednesday sales to the PHM Education Foundation. Comment?
JA Ross Salon and Spa was empty when NewsCenter 16 drove by Monday night, but there was no note left on the door. Comment?
Two men in the Starke County corrections system have been charged with escape after trying to cut off their GPS ankle bracelets. Comment?
It will be held at Penn High School in Mishawaka. This year there is a 5k run/walk, a 10k run, and a 1 mile fun walk. Comment?
If you haven't scored tickets to go see "Wicked," there's another music-filled event taking place this weekend in South Bend. Comment?
Folks will be able to bike or walk from Downtown Niles all the way to State Line Road by the end of next summer. Comment?
The musical will be at the Morris Performing Arts Center for the next two weeks and it's drawing residents from all over Michiana. Comment?
The so-called Internet Casanova will remain incarcerated for now. 29 year old Raymond Holycross of Plymouth was sentenced today to 18-months behind bars. Comment?
The Food Bank of Northern Indiana held their first food rally Monday afternoon. It was all in support of Stamp out Hunger, the largest food donation event every year. Comment?
A Mishawaka-based company gave kids the gift of reading Saturday, by giving away 50,000 books. Comment?
Someone will win a brand new home, valued at about $350,000, Friday night or an alternate cash prize of about $105,000. Place Builders constructed the house, which has four bedrooms, 2 and a half baths, and a three-car garage. Comment?
On Thursday folks gathered for the official groundbreaking of Northwood Village at Edison Lakes, located on Day Road, just east of Filbert. Comment?
The intersection of Lasalle Avenue and Christyann Street will be closed until noon on Monday while the city's sewer maintenance department fixes the problem. Comment?