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The boy was pulled over early Thursday morning, May 28.

Amanda Mitchell

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The city has secured $8 million in federal, state and local funds to complete a road that will link S.R. 15 to U.S. 33.

Sharon Hernandez

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Four suspects fled a vehicle during a traffic stop Monday on S.R. 15.

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The court scheduled a trial status conference June 4 to confirm the trial date with Freddie Rhodes and Deante Dalton.

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As part of its Mental Health Awareness Month community blog series, Oaklawn shared the first of two stories by Lisa Anderson about helping her son through his struggle with mental illness.

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More and more natural play spaces are being developed around Michiana, community blogger Carla Gull says. Here’s a look at a few that are worth checking out, as playing in nature promotes creativity, imagination, risk negotiation and healthy lifestyles in children.

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J.C. Lee answers the mystery of "Where's Scotty" in the latest Ask The Truth.

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Seniors at Elkhart Christian Academy and Clinton Christian Schools are graduating Friday, May 29, and we want to see your pictures from the ceremonies. 

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Veteran Logan Beckwith started Fat Boy’s Nerd Emporium in 2013, bringing comic books and tabletop gaming to Elkhart County.

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These Canadian-made hot tubs, now available at AGN Market in Middlebury, are built to work in some of the coldest and harshest climates in the world.

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