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South Bend Tribune Staff WriterMISHAWAKA -- When Jackie Nisley had late-night talks with her father 10 years ago about someday walking her down the aisle, it may have seemed more like a distant dream. Jackie, 16 at the time, was battling cancer and, after a recent staph infection, the...
SOUTH BEND – A new study finds that many high school graduates heading to college in Indiana aren't ready for college courses. The study by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education shows nearly a third of the students are behind in either math,...
WSBT TV ReporterLocal political science experts say getting voters to sign a piece of paper to put two well-known Democratic candidates on the 2008 presidential primary ballot should have been easy. Court documents say former St. Joseph County Democratic Party chair,...
Tags: Primaries, Elections, Barack Obama, Culture, Science
Life inside Mishawaka High School is based on energy. The halls are alive. Chaos for about five minutes, several times a day. Prom’s coming up. There’s a buzz. Walk into Room 124, it all changes. Lotta love here. Unconditional love. TJ...
Local colleges and universities have wrapped up their winter food drives in connection with "Neighbors in Need," an effort lead by the WSBT stations, South Bend Tribune and Martin's Super Markets. Thanks to your generosity, their totals show: - 2,000...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND - When then-Sen. Hillary Clinton, locked in a tight race for the Democratic nomination for president, visited the area in March 2008, more than 4,000 supporters packed the Mishawaka High School gym to hear her speak. Twelve days later, her...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterMitch Kajzer sometimes wonders how his life would be different if he hadn't been shot 20 years ago as a young South Bend police officer. "If it had never happened, I probably would have been a career police officer," he says. That would have been fine,...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterLavon Dean-Null's travel experiences slide easily into daily lessons in her classroom. As her students learn about world history and culture, she describes her vivid memories of South Korea, China, Mongolia and other exotic places. Middle-schoolers...
Tags: Teachers, Mongolia, China, South Korea, Students
If Abraham Lincoln were to run for President today, would he be elected? It is a question being debated this month at IU South Bend and one you can research for yourself thanks to a new exhibit at the college. According to some historians, at one...
South Bend TribuneA candidate for St. Joseph Probate Court Judge is raising concerns about a local organization bussing hundreds of recently registered high school voters to the polls Saturday morning. Ken Sheetz, who is seeking the Democratic nomination in the May 8...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterThe driver of the gray pickup decked with matching gray rims wore a hoodie over a ball cap and sunglasses when he pulled up in the street. "I am Trayvon Martin," Joe Breathitt said. "Do you know how many times I've been pulled over because I'm wearing...
Have an old computer, cell phone, TV or other outdated device you don't want to dump What: 4th annual Waste Recycling Fest When: May 11 and 12 Where: Indiana University South Bend. Consumer electronics may be dropped off in the campus parking lot...
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