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A 14-year-old student was found at the school with a handgun, police say, plus four more stories to start your day. 

Tabitha Waggoner

Posted at 6:03 a.m.
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A month after community center’s closure, Eastlake Athletic Club is adjusting to the sudden rise in membership.

Sarah Welliver

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He now heads Downtown Elkhart Inc. and owns three downtown buildings. He also holds varied volunteer posts focused on education and housing for the poor.

Tim Vandenack

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