6/1/20 Update –Case Counts: Nationally: 106,000+ deaths, 1.83 million cases. Michigan: nearly 5,500 deaths, 53,000+ cases. Berrien County: 49 deaths, 626 cases. Indiana: 1,960+ deaths, 34, 500+ cases. Eklhart County, 1,322 cases. St. Joseph County: 1,274 cases.
Sean Gardner/Getty ImagesBy KELLY MCCARTHY, ABC NEWS (WASHINGTON) — “NO KNEELING,” President Donald Trump asserted on Friday in response to the latest round of NFL controversy. Trump called out New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees’ most recent
Michael Jordan and Jordan Brand to donate $100 million to organizations dedicated to racial equality
Aurelien Meunier/Getty ImagesBy GOOD MORNING AMERICA (NEW YORK) — Michael Jordan and his signature Jordan Brand will donate $100 million over the next decade to 10 organizations “dedicated to ensuring racial equality, social justice, and grater access
cmannphoto/iStockBy ABC News (NEW YORK) — The NBA will tentatively resume its season on July 31 entirely in Orlando, Florida, the league announced Thursday. In a competitive format approved by the NBA Board of Governors, there will
Scott Clarke / ESPN ImagesBy JACQUELINE LAUREAN YATES (DEL RAY, Fla.) — Tennis star Coco Gauff pointed back at her grandmother while delivering a speech at a Black Lives Matter rally in Del Ray, Florida. “I think
by WSBT 22 Sports Notre Dame says it will test all its football players for COVID-19, starting June 15, before they can begin using the school’s athletic facilities for voluntary workouts. The Fighting Irish players are expected
Lorenzo Bevilaqua / ESPN ImagesBy HAYLEY FITZPATRICK, ABC News (NEW YORK) — Shaquille O’Neal is sharing his thoughts on the protests and police brutality in the United States in the wake of George Floyd’s death. During an
Allen Kee / ESPN ImagesBy HAYLEY FITZPATRICK, ABC News (NEW YORK) — Dak Prescott announced a $1 million commitment to addressing systematic racism and police training in the United States on Wednesday. The Dallas Cowboys quarterback released
Michael Zagaris/San Francisco 49ers/Getty ImagesBy DEENA ZARU, ABC News (NEW YORK) — Protests against the deaths of unarmed black men and women at the hands of law enforcement have often revived conversations surrounding Colin Kaepernick, but the
Alexander Tamargo/WireImageBy CANDICE WILLIAMS (NEW YORK) — Michael Jordan’s daughter, Jasmine, is opening up about her famous father’s “rambunctious” side that many fans never get to see. In a recent interview with ABC Audio, the 27-year-old said
The following press release came from Notre Dame football communications Tuesday morning: NOTRE DAME, Ind. — Following extensive consultation with the Irish government, medical authorities and the administrative staffs at Navy and Notre Dame, the football game
by WSBT 22 Sports NOTRE DAME — The Warren Golf Course isn’t just empty right now: it is immaculate. Not a club has touched these fairways in months. A far cry from last June, when an entire temporary
Brett Carlsen/Getty ImagesBy NICOLE PELLETIERE, ABC News (NEW YORK) — An NFL player took to over the weekend to share his run-in with an elderly white woman as the death of George Floyd sparks outrage and protests
by Notre Dame Sports Information Bob Whitmore, a Purcell Pavilion Ring of Honor inductee and trailblazing standout for the University of Notre Dame men’s basketball team, passed away at the age of 73. “We have lost one
by WSBT 22 Sports MISHAWAKA — Ryan Lynch of Penn High School has been named the Gatorade Indiana 2019-2020 Baseball Player of the Year. In the absence of a 2020 season, the award recognizes the many career achievements
by WSBT 22 Sports NOTRE DAME — On a cool May morning, John Handrigan’s mind quickly wanders as he walks outside the practice facility at an empty Warren Golf Course at Notre Dame. Handrigan’s Notre Dame men’s golf
by WSBT 22 Sports Weeks after hall of fame head coach Muffet McGraw retired, one of her top assistants is departing the Notre Dame women’s basketball program as well. Former Notre Dame all-american and Fighting Irish assistant
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by WSBT 22 Sports NASCAR drivers are preparing to hop back into their cars for the first time in week as the NASCAR Cup series resumes racing following a weeks long layoff due to the coronavirus pandemic.
by Indianapolis Colts Communications INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Colts Tuesday signed former South Bend Adams offensive lineman Danny Pinter. The Colts have now signed one of their nine draft picks from the 2020 NFL Draft. Pinter, 6-4, 306
by WSBT 22 Sports Notre Dame football players have been away from campus for two months. That is longer than they typically stay away during an entire calendar year. Nevertheless, head coach Brian Kelly believes his team