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WSBT-TV Report | October 29, 2012
Help is on the way from our area to those getting hit by Hurricane Sandy. Indiana Michigan Power is sending about 40 crews to help get the power back on after Sandy rolls through. Many of them, including bucket trucks and linemen, left South Bend Monday morning. Millions are expected to be without power along the east coast because of Sandy. The I&M crews from our area were headed to West Virginia where up to 18 inches of snow could fall in spots. “We are going to have to see what kind of damage the storm does, and then they will be kind of working under the direction of the utilities that serve those customers, and that will determine how long they will be gone, said I&M spokesman David Mayne.
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By Diane Daniels (ddaniels@wsbt.com) | WSBT-TV | October 29, 2012
Utility repair crews from the the Midwest are heading out east to be in place to help when Sandy hits. I & M is sending 90 repair crews. A spokesman for the utility says crews from South Bend, Fort Wayne, Muncie and Michigan were heading to Virginia and West Virginia. And local emergency first responders are setting up a staging area near Atlantic City. They will likely be there for several days. Their mission is to help with evacuations. Those who headed out east represent Wanatah, Clay, South Bend, Goshen Fire and Culver.
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By Kristin Bien (kbien@wsbt.com) | WSBT-TV | October 29, 2012
We are at the end of the election season, and so far our area hasn't received a visit from any of the presidential candidates. But over the last 130 years we have seen our share of campaign stops. According to the Center for History, one of the earliest visits came from Benjamin Harrison in 1888. He was running against and eventually beat Grover Cleveland. Harrison chose Clem Studebaker, the co-founder of the Studebaker Company, to be on his inaugural committee. Then in 1896, William Jennings Bryan visited South Bend.
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WSBT-TV Report | October 14, 2012
The National Weather Service is giving us a word of warning. Scattered thunderstorms were forecast Sunday afternoon, with the main threat being damaging wind gusts. Winds of 20 to 35 MPH were expected with gusts of 45 to 50 MPH possible during the afternoon and early evening hours. The higher gusts are expected near the Lake Michigan shoreline. The Wind Advisory is in effect for all of northern Indiana and southern Michigan.
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October 11, 2012
Keep checking back if you don't see the town you're looking for. The list will be updated. All trick-or-treat times take place Wednesday, October 31 unless otherwise noted : South Bend, IN: 5 - 7 Roseland, IN: 5 - 7 Mishawaka, IN: 5 - 7 Elkhart, IN: 6 - 8 Plymouth, IN: 5 - 7 Knox, IN: 5:30 - 7 Dowagiac, MI: 6 - 7 Goshen, IN: 5:30 - 8 New Buffalo, MI: Oct. 28 parade at 2...
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WSBT-TV Report | October 7, 2012
Everyone in Michiana is under a FREEZE WARNING tonight. Temps will dip into the upper 20's to low 30's around the area, allowing widespread frost to develop around daybreak Monday morning. Take note, gardeners!   If you have sensitive plants, be sure to bring them in the garage or throw a bed sheet over them. A freeze warning means sub-freezing temperatures are imminent or highly likely. These conditions will not only kill plants but also crops. The freeze warning remains in effect from 2 a.m. to 9 a.m. Monday.
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Kristin Bien, WSBT News | September 21, 2012
MISHAWAKA-- It is a big day for Apple and those who love their gadgets. The iPhone 5 hits store shelves this morning but they are not expected to be there long. Lines are forming around the world at Apple stores-- including locally as many want to be the first in line to get their new phone. Friday morning, we found people outside of University Park Mall in Mishawaka who said they have been camped out since 8 p.m. Thursday to get their hands on the phone. Apple's thinnest and fastest iphone yet has already broken sales records.
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By Ted Land (tland@wsbt.com), Click here to friend Ted on Facebook | By Ted Land (tland@wsbt.com), Click here to friend Ted on Facebook | September 17, 2012
The sounds of new home construction are once again echoing through some Michiana neighborhoods. The past few years were pretty difficult for many homebuilders, who struggled to find business, but now it appears they're recovering, though slowly. “We feel like we rested during 2010 and 2011, so now we're ready to go back to work,” said Andy Place Jr., president of the St. Joseph Valley Homebuilders Association. It's easy to pass by the construction site just south of Eddy Street Commons, near Notre Dame, and not think much of it. The site, called the triangle development, is filled with dirt, heavy equipment and construction material -- so what?
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WSBT-TV Report | September 11, 2012
Michiana is joining the world in paying tribute to the nearly 3,000 men and women who died 11 years ago today, Sept. 11, 2001, when terrorists with Al Qaeda led the biggest attack on American soil. Special ceremonies are being held here and all across the country to remember the victims and their families. Three women with ties to our area died on 9/11. Kathy Nicosia from South Bend was a flight attendant on the first plane to hit the World Trade Center. Karen Juday moved from Elkhart to New York to be with her fiance.
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WSBT-TV Report | August 12, 2012
The Perseid meteor shower, which was to peak in the early morning hours on Sunday, has generated lots of interest across Michiana. 50 to 60 shooting stars per hour were possible, and the weather cooperated for fantastic watching. If you're lucky, you may have seen a handful of meteors dart across the cosmos, but you had to be patient. NASA says the meteor shower was to take place Aug. 11-13, so if you missed the show last night or early Sunday morning, you may have another shot to see it late tonight or early Monday, although it probably has peaked.
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