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  • Indiana must recognize same-sex marriages performed in other states

    Indiana must recognize same-sex marriages performed in other states

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A federal judge ruled Tuesday that Indiana must recognize same-sex marriages performed in other states, but says the ruling doesn't take effect until the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rules on the issue. U.S. District Judge Richard Young decided Indiana must recognize the marriage of Michelle and Shannon Bowling of Indianapolis, who were married in Polk County, Iowa, on Jan. 18, 2011. Shannon Bowling is employed by the Indiana Department of Correction, and couple sued...More >>
    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A federal judge ruled Tuesday that Indiana must recognize same-sex marriages performed in other states, but says the ruling doesn't take effect until the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rules on the issue. U.S. District Judge Richard Young decided Indiana must recognize the marriage of Michelle and Shannon Bowling of Indianapolis, who were married in Polk County, Iowa, on Jan. 18, 2011. Shannon Bowling is employed by the Indiana Department of Correction, and couple sued...More >>
  • Pastor Mario Sims calls for Citizens' Review Board in response to frustration with government

    Pastor Mario Sims calls for Citizens' Review Board in response to frustration with government

    Pastor Mario Sims, other spiritual leaders, and community "watch dog groups" announced plans today for a Citizens' Review Board. Sims said he believes there is a lack of public trust in South Bend's government. "Enough is enough. Understand the concept of a small handful of cronies padding their pockets, but it could cost us our city," Sims said. He says South Bend needs a Review Board that could hold city agencies accountable, something he thinks isn't happening.More >>
    Pastor Mario Sims, other spiritual leaders, and community "watch dog groups" announced plans today for a Citizens' Review Board. Sims said he believes there is a lack of public trust in South Bend's government. "Enough is enough. Understand the concept of a small handful of cronies padding their pockets, but it could cost us our city," Sims said. He says South Bend needs a Review Board that could hold city agencies accountable, something he thinks isn't happening.More >>
  • UPDATE: Strong storms leave nearly 9000 in the dark

    UPDATE: Strong storms leave nearly 9000 in the dark

    More than 2000 customers are without power in the Michiana area as the severe storm system is moving through Indiana.More >>
    More than 2000 customers are without power in the Michiana area as the severe storm system is moving through Indiana.More >>
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  • Notre Dame Media Day sees Fighting Irish optimistic

    Notre Dame Media Day sees Fighting Irish optimistic

      Notre Dame finished 9-4 last year, and although they lost some key players, they were excited coming off a win a the Pinstripe Bowl.  That enthusiasm seems to be tempered by most, but the coaches and players have no other choice but to push forward and think this is going to be a great year.


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      Notre Dame finished 9-4 last year, and although they lost some key players, they were excited coming off a win a the Pinstripe Bowl.  That enthusiasm seems to be tempered by most, but the coaches and players have no other choice but to push forward and think this is going to be a great year.



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  • Memorial prepares for Central and Mangy Lion

    Memorial prepares for Central and Mangy Lion

     The battle for the Mangy Lion is Friday at Memorial.  The Blazers won the game last year but had an illegal player and had to forfeit the contest.  The Chargers are hoping to win it fair and square in the season opener.


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     The battle for the Mangy Lion is Friday at Memorial.  The Blazers won the game last year but had an illegal player and had to forfeit the contest.  The Chargers are hoping to win it fair and square in the season opener.



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  • Quiet transition for Notre Dame track and Cross Country head coach

    Quiet transition for Notre Dame track and Cross Country head coach

    Photo Credit: University of Notre DamePhoto Credit: University of Notre Dame
    After coaching the Notre Dame Track and Cross Country teams for 26 seasons, Tim Connelly is no longer a coach for the Fighting Irish. Notre Dame Sports Information Director John Heisler said that after Joe Piane retired, the new coach had the ability to hire a new staff. Heisler said Connelly was not part of that plan.More >>
    After coaching the Notre Dame Track and Cross Country teams for 26 seasons, Tim Connelly is no longer a coach for the Fighting Irish. Notre Dame Sports Information Director John Heisler said that after Joe Piane retired, the new coach had the ability to hire a new staff. Heisler said Connelly was not part of that plan.
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