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Americans aren’t eating their Wheaties

Americans aren't eating as much cereal, especially for breakfast, and General Mills, Kellogg, and Post Holdings stocks and sales are all suffering. Read more »

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YWCA could lose $1 million in state funding

The YWCA of North Central Indiana could lose $1 million in state funding. Read More »

Radio-thon to help South Bend organization

95.3 MNC is hosting a radiothon Thursday and Friday to raise money for St. Margaret's House for Women and Children. Read More »

Indiana BMV to refund 180,000 drivers

The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles accidentally overcharged some customers for the second time in a year. Over 180,000 people are affected. Read More »

UPS hiring 95,000 workers for the holiday season

In prepping for the upcoming holiday season, UPS will be needing to fill 95,000 positions. Read More »

Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Stephanie Steele talks domestic violence

The St. Joseph County prosecutor’s office tells Abc 57 in the last five years, thirteen domestic violence incidents ended in homicides. On average, every year two to three people in St. Joseph County are killed by their abuser. Read More »

Niles Haunted House opening Friday

The Niles Haunted House opens September 12th. This year they will have a special guest, actor Tony Moran, who played Michael Myers in the Halloween movies. Read More »

Fast food workers protest for higher wages

Fast food workers are protesting in cities across the nation demanding higher wages. Read More »

Business owners worry about new US 31 route

The new US31 between South Bend and Plymouth opened, but workers and business owners along the old US31 say they are going to lose money. Read More »

South Bend park rangers disarmed

On July 1, Deputy Mayor Mark Neal and Police Chief Ron Teachman made the decision to disarm South Bend park rangers. Parks Board President, Robert Goodrich, says he was shocked by the Mayor and Police Chief’s decision. Read More »

Michigan animal park closing

The owner of a Michigan animal park under scrutiny this summer has announced they will be closing their doors after 65 years in business. Read More »

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