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  • 1955 Attucks team to be honored at 500 Festival parade

    The first all-black basketball team to win a state championship in the U.S. is receiving an honor that has been 60 years in the making.

  • South Bend transpo to offer free bus fare

    South Bend will be kicking off their 150 celebration this weekend and many are wondering the best way to get around. South Bend Transpo says they will be offering free bus service to all during the celebration. 

  • West Lafayette considers allowing use of heroin antidote

    Officials in West Lafayette will decide next week whether to allow police and firefighters administer an emergency antidote to people who have overdosed on heroin.

  • Lafayette man facing charges for allegedly threatening to blow up courthouse on Facebook

    A Lafayette man is scheduled to go back in front of a judge after he reportedly threatened to blow up a courthouse.23-year-old Samuel Bradbury posted on Facebook that he would also kill two judges and two police officers.He faces an additional charge in federal court after making death threats on social media last June.With the new charge he could face up to 20 years in prison.His attorney is asking it to be rejected, saying it's redundant.A status hearing is scheduled for today.

  • Fort Wane man faces felony murder charge in connection to cemetery slaying

    Indiana prosecutors add a felony murder charge against a man accused of killing a woman in a cemetery.22-year-old Fort Wayne native Quinn Albers is already charged with murder, rape and abuse of a corpse.He reportedly stabbed 30-year-old Katherine Glick back in October and set her body on fire.Albers is scheduled to be in court next month.


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