Two years after attempting suicide, Notre Dame varsity tennis player Matt Dooley came out to his teammates. Surrounded by support, he’s working with the university and ‘You Can Play’ project to make other LGBT athletes feel welcome.
Author: Barbara Brosher
On Jan. 16, 22-year-old Shawn Bair opened fire inside an Elkhart Martin’s Supermarket, killing 20-year-old Krystle Dikes and 44-year-old Rachelle Godfread.
A South Bend family is heartbroken after 25-year-old Anne Dwan unexpectedly died from the flu Christmas Eve. Her family says she was a healthy young woman, but she never got a flu shot.
Since 1985, Gene and Ann Stutsman have decorated the Blue Spruce that sits in front of their Goshen home.
South Bend marks the 50th anniversary of Studebaker closing with celebration of company’s legacy and look at the future.
In September, a South Bend funeral home went before the city council with a zoning petition and special exception request to build a crematorium about a half mile from its current location.
Since the fall, I’ve been closely following the story of 44-year-old Mark Miller, a Dunlap, Ind. man who went missing on Sept. 7.
My local coverage of the Boston Marathon bombing at WNDU-TV.