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5 things to know for your Tuesday in Indiana

Find out how to win VIP passes to see Lady Antebellum and other stories to know.


Posted on July 15, 2014 at 3:00 a.m.

Motorcyclist in critical condition after Sunday crash

A motorcyclist going more than 50 mph over the speed limit crashed into a stopped car Sunday on County Road 6. 

Death of South Bend infant was a homicide

The death of 4-month-old Halo Stutzman was ruled a homicide by St. Joseph County Coroner Chuck Hurley.

Downtown Elkhart construction begins in two weeks

Gause Lot, an 83-spot parking lot next to Knights of Columbus in downtown Elkhart, will close beginning July 28 as part of a downtown construction project. Nearby streets will also be restricted or closed.

Win VIP passes to see Lady Antebellum

The country group performs July 24 at the Klipsch Music Center in Noblesville. Here’s how you can win two free VIP tickets.

Elkhart boy competes in National Pokemon championships

An 11-year-old Elkhart boy got to battle Pokemon trainers from all over the world and hang out with a giant Pikachu at a convention in Indy this month. 


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