May 23, 2019 - Training gives bystanders the tools to stop uncontrolled bleeding in emergencies

People in our area are getting training to help in situations like school shootings. It's part of a national program called "Stop the Bleed. " It gives bystanders the tools to stop uncontrolled bleeding in emergencies. "And you don't stop, until you use it all. ” The hands-on training took

May 23, 2019 - SPECIAL REPORT: Man riding tractor all across the U.S. for 'Operation Second Chance'

One man is on a mission to serve veterans, firefighters and police officers. His trip across the country is taking him through our area right now by tractor! The purpose of the journey is to support "Operation Second Chance. " It helps wounded veterans and their families, a cause near and dear to

May 23, 2019 - South Bend officially breaks ground on Leeper Park renovations

We're getting a glimpse at the future in a central part of South Bend's past. The city officially broke ground Thursday on the renovations at Leeper Park. The project has two phases, and the first has already started. It includes relocating the playground, installing ADA-compliant restrooms,

May 23, 2019 - Groups in Goshen reach out as deadline nears to clear homeless encampment

Several groups in Goshen are reaching out Thursday as a deadline nears to clear an encampment of roughly 30 homeless people. They have a little more than a week to leave, after residents and businesses complained about the camp on public property along the Millrace. City staff and these groups are

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Training gives bystanders the tools to stop uncontrolled bleeding in emergencies

People in our area are getting training to help in situations like school shootings. It's part of a national program called "Stop the Bleed. " It gives bystanders the tools to stop uncontrolled bleeding in emergencies. "And you don't stop, until you ...

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