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WSBT-TV Report | July 31, 2013
You can ask the Mayor about the Notre Dame Hall of Fame building and other issues tonight, face to face. This month's Mayor's Night Out is tonight and is open to all citizens, but with particular consideration given to 2nd District residents and their issues. It goes from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Martin Luther King Recreation Center. The five minute, one-on-one discussions with the Mayor are on a first-come, first-served basis. City department heads will also be on hand to answer questions.
HEALTH
WSBT-TV Report | March 15, 2011
An hour info session tonight (March 15) at Monger Elementary School targets anti-bullying. A Spanish interpreter will be in the session that also includes a “bullying circle” demonstrated by Monger staff. Where: Monger Elementary, 1100 E. Hively Ave. When: 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 15, 2011 Spanish interpreter: Yes Features: “Bullying circle,” DVD/video focusing on effects of bullying. Info: 574-295-4860
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Tribune Staff Report | February 8, 2010
It’s sunny Monday, but Michiana could receive 8 to 12 inches of snow during a winter storm expected to arrive late Monday night. The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for late Monday night through Wednesday evening. A low-pressure system developing over the southern plains is moving northeast, according to the National Weather Service. Snow associated with that system is expected to arrive in northern Indiana and southwestern Michigan late Monday night and Tuesday.
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WSBT-TV Report | January 31, 2013
SOUTH BEND - If you live in South Bend and you have something on your mind - tonight's your chance to ask the mayor face-to-face. Mayor Pete Buttigieg will hold the first "mayor's night in" of the new year tonight. It's a chance for people in the city to sit down with the mayor for a few minutes to discuss topics. It starts tonight at 5:30 and goes till 7 on the 14th floor of the County-City Building downtown. Signup is first come, first served. There will also be representatives from other city departments including code enforcement and animal control on-hand to answer questions.
NEWS
SBT24/7 News Report | January 17, 2010
South Bend Police were searching the neighborhood along Mishawaka Avenue near Adams High School Sunday night following a robbery at the Speedway gas station. The store, at 1449 Mishawaka Ave., was robbed about 9:15 p.m., according to city 911 dispatch. No one was injured during the robbery. Police did not release information about the suspects, initially believed to be two males, as they continued their investigation. For any further updates, stay with WSBT-TV and WSBT Radio News or check with our SBT24/7 News partners at SBT24/7News page .
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WSBT-TV Report | April 19, 2011
OSCEOLA -- When they were drawn up last month, some homeowners questioned FEMA's new flood plain maps.  Tuesday night, they have a chance to get those questions answered. The St. Joseph River Homeowners association is hosting a question and answer session concerning FEMA's changes to the 100-year-old flood plain map. A surveyor and insurance agent will be on-hand to tackle concerns. Tuesday night’s meeting is in Osceola at Lincolnway and Beech and it starts at 7 p.m.
NEWS
WSBT-TV Report | April 13, 2012
Country music icon Willie Nelson performs Friday night in Elkhart for the very first time. The Lerner Theater downtown is hosting Willie Nelson and family. The show is scheduled to start at 8 p.m. Nelson performed at the Morris in South Bend last year and at Coveleksi Stadium in 2009. There's a link to buy tickets on the Lerner Theater's website here . As of 2:30 p.m. tickets were still available.
NEWS
WSBT-TV Report | January 15, 2013
BENTON HARBOR, Mich. - When is it enough to get involved? That's what the Benton Harbor School superintendent is asking parents after fights between teens have become a problem inside and outside the schools. And we're talking about some big fights.                      It's a story we've been following for months. WSBT's Denise Bohn was live in Benton Harbor Tuesday night and spoke with the superintendent and the city's mayor.
ENTERTAINMENT
WSBT-TV Report | June 21, 2012
If you're looking for something to do this weekend, you have plenty of options and one of the biggest events kicks off Thursday night. The 25th Annual Elkhart Jazz Fest begins with a free concert at 7:30 at Lerner Theater downtown. More than 100 world-class entertainers will be performing live on six stages in the city. http://www.downtownelkhart.org/elkhart-jazz-festival/ Mishawaka's Summerfest starts Friday at Merrifield Park.
NEWS
WSBT-TV Report | December 11, 2012
More than two weeks after a man considered dangerous and possibly armed prompted a manhunt in Marshall County -- police have found him. Officers arrested William Newman last night at a home in Argos. Police say they got a tip that Newman was hiding out there. Earlier this month, police spent hours looking for the 42-year-old after he ran away when officers tried to take him to jail on a warrant for drug charges. Last night he was taken to the Marshall County Jail.
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WSBT-TV Report | September 6, 2013
Join The WSBT Sports Team - Pete Byrne and Carl Deffenbaugh - for the biggest and best plays around Michiana with Friday Night Football Fever at 11 p.m. on WSBT News! And do you want updates via Twitter or to provide scores from your games? Use # 22Fever Here are Week 3 final scores across the area: INDIANA Caston 21, Frontier 14 Culver Academy 45, Buchanan, Mich. 20 Concord 31, NorthWood 7 Culver 21, Triton 19 Elkhart Memorial 13, Goshen 10 Fairfield 42, Fremont 7 Garrett 26, West Noble 12 Glenn 41, Knox 7 Jimtown 42, LaVille 14 Lakeland 51, Central Noble 14 Mishawaka 44, South Bend Clay 0 Mishawaka Marian 20, South Bend Adams 14 (OT)
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WSBT-TV Report | August 19, 2013
GOSHEN - Three teenagers are being tried together on murder charges stemming from their accomplice in an Elkhart home invasion, and jury selection continued  late in the evening on Monday. Police say 17-year-olds Blake Layman and Levi Sparks, 19-year-old Anthony Sharp, Jr. and two others broke into a home on Frances Ave. home in Elkhart last fall. The homeowner shot and killed one of the alleged intruders, 21-year-old Danzele Johnson, but Indiana law allows the prosecutor to try the others for murder since their friend died while police say they committed a crime.
NEWS
WSBT-TV Report | August 9, 2013
A neighborhood is on edge right now as police investigate a home invasion they say left a man trapped in his closet.  Officers were called to a house in the 900 block of Hester Street at about 9 a.m. Friday, just east of Elkhart General Hospital. CLICK HERE FOR A MAP Police tell us they found a person tied up in a closet. He reportedly spent the night there. Elkhart police released the following statement: "Officers were dispatched to 915 Hester in reference to a welfare check.
NEWS
WSBT-TV Report | August 6, 2013
ELKHART - Police departments around the country are reaching out in an effort to curb violence. Elkhart Police hosted their fifth annual National Night Out Against Crime Tuesday at the downtown Civic Plaza. Police say the event gives them the opportunity to get to know the public in a relaxed atmosphere. They hope by building these relationships, people will feel comfortable sharing crime tips. This event also gave families an opportunity to enjoy free food and music.
NEWS
WSBT-TV Report | July 31, 2013
You can ask the Mayor about the Notre Dame Hall of Fame building and other issues tonight, face to face. This month's Mayor's Night Out is tonight and is open to all citizens, but with particular consideration given to 2nd District residents and their issues. It goes from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Martin Luther King Recreation Center. The five minute, one-on-one discussions with the Mayor are on a first-come, first-served basis. City department heads will also be on hand to answer questions.
SPORTS
WSBT-TV Report | July 3, 2013
SOUTH BEND - It was a record-setting night Wednesday at Coveleski Stadium. 7,287 people attended the Silver Hawks' game against the Fort Wayne TinCaps on Fireworks Night. That's the largest crowd at the Cove in franchise history. Catcher Roidany Aguila punished the TinCaps for the intentional walk of left fielder Alex Glenn ahead of him by lacing a two-out, two-run double that gave the Silver Hawks the lead for good as they defeated the TinCaps 4-3 on Wednesday night.
NEWS
June 14, 2013
The following release was issued by Indiana Michigan Power around noon Friday: Indiana Michigan Power crews continue to restore power to customers in southwest Michigan following the strong storms of Wednesday night and Thursday morning. More than 250 additional personnel are working on electric lines and providing support in the area.  Among the factors affecting the restoration is the high number of downed poles: 22. Another factor was damage to high-power transmission lines.  Here are the most-recent projections for fully restoring power in southwest Michigan communities.
SPORTS
by Pete Byrne (pbyrne@wsbt.com) | April 29, 2013
NOTRE DAME - Add another pair of primetime games for Notre Dame this fall.  ESPN announced that the Sep. 7 game at Michigan and the Sep. 14 game the following week at Purdue will be played at 8:00 at night. That gives the Irish four night games on the schedule for 2013 so far, with a likely fifth at Stanford in late November. Notre Dame will host USC at 7:30 on Oct. 19. In addition, Notre Dame will play in primetime against Arizona State at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.  The Irish wil "host" The Sun Devils in their annual off-site home game, which will start at 6:30 p.m. Central time.
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