Popular South Bend restaurant fined by health department

The Emporium in South Bend was slapped with hefty fines by the St. Joseph County Health Department. Read more »

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RECALL: Peanut and almond butters

Peanut and almond butters are being recalled because they may be contaminated with salmonella. Read More »

Ice bucket challenge hits home

Hundreds of thousands of people are dousing themselves in icy cold water. It's called the ice bucket challenge. It is a fundraiser that has changed the way the country uses social media. It's making a tangible impact by raising money and awareness across the country, Read More »

Pregnant women and the flu

Doctors are urging pregnant women to get the flu shot when the season begins in October to save the lives of both mother and child. Read More »

Parents are concerned over kids' reactions to vaccines

Many parents are reporting that their children are having reactions to vaccines Read More »

Robin Williams' death brings attention to suicide

The death of Academy Award winning actor and comedian Robin Williams shocked the nation. Williams committed suicide by hanging himself with a belt. Suicide is an issue rarely talked about but is on the rise throughout the country and the state of Indiana. Read More »

FDA standardizes "gluten-free" label

The FDA has set new standards for gluten-free labels. Read More »

Local scientist studies Ebola virus

A scientist in South Bend has been studying the Ebola virus for many years. He says the recent outbreak has him working harder than ever to understand the virus. Read More »

Single mom loses 215 pounds in 3 years

A single mom of two girls made a life change a few years ago and lost so much weight she went from a size 28 to a size 6. Even after losing 215 pounds, she isn't happy in her own skin. Read More »

School immunization requirements change slightly

There are two new changes to the vaccination requirements for Indiana students. The changes affect students going into kindergarten and students beginning their senior year of high school. Read More »

Colts and Indiana A.G. working to stop prescription drug abuse

The Indianapolis Colts are teaming up with Indiana's Attorney General to prevent prescription drug abuse. Read More »

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