Tyler Locke, Multimedia Journalist
Tyler joins ABC57 after finishing his master’s degree at the IUPUI School of Journalism in Indianapolis, Indiana.
During Tyler’s time at IUPUI he worked in the school’s sports journalism program where he covered the Indiana Pacers, IUPUI Athletics, Butler basketball, and The MIC Network covering the premier HS football conference in Indiana.
His other work includes time as an intern for ESPN the Fan in Indianapolis, and creating the IUPUI award winning sports show Jag Sports Zone. Tyler also worked as a promotions coordinator for both Emmis Communications and IUPUI Athletics.
Before Tyler became a jag, he earned his bachelors degree at Ball State University. A South Bend native, Tyler is excited to begin his career in his hometown and tell the stories of the many great people across Michiana.
In his free time you can find Tyler in the gym, or trying new restaurants as he is always looking for great places to eat!
Articles by Tyler Locke
- Car Industry sputters as the pandemic causes sales to stall
- Penalties for Covid-19 violations soon to be underway in Elkhart County
- Fourth annual Winter Wonderland Holiday Lights show underway in Elkhart
- Residents three times more likely to have a cooking fire on Thanksgiving than any other day all year
- Funeral homes are seeing business increases as Covid-19 surges in Elkhart County
- Fewer flyers expected this holiday season as people opt for road-trips
- Elkhart County businesses fear another shutdown as Covid grows
- Elkhart County businesses react to new Covid-19 response plan
- Elkhart County moves to red as Covid-19 continues to spread
- Elkhart County to roll out new Covid-19 restrictions as the county moves to red
- Businesses are concerned another Covid-19 shutdown will close their doors forever
- The Lerner Theatre closes the curtain on 2020
- High School athletics will see new capacity limits as we move towards winter
- Elkhart General is running low on space as Covid-19 hospitalizations increase
- Covid-19 spread "out of control" in Elkhart County
- Baugo Community Schools going virtual as Covid-19 runs wild in Elkhart County
- Elkhart County voting numbers delayed by damaged, provisional ballots
- Walorski re-elected to 2nd Congressional District
- Trial set to begin for man accused of killing Goshen professor James Miller
- The gun industry sees new highs as sales skyrocket across the nation
- Elkhart officers to receive overdose treatment drug Narcan to save more lives
- Elkhart County Covid-19 hospitalizations rise as cases continue to increase
- Meet the Candidates: Elkhart County and their 2nd district race for commissioner
- Rare luxury car collection set to be auctioned in Elkhart this weekend
- Women inspire women with RV renovation project
- Local restaurants find ways to adapt with cooler temperatures on the way
- Elkhart County absentee voting sees new highs with two weeks until the election
- $330k in bonuses proposed for city workers during pandemic
- Covid spike could put high school football games on hold
- Elkhart County seeing another spike in Covid-19 cases
- Congresswoman seen maskless at Trump rally over weekend
- Ribbon cutting for new Martins Supermarket as Elkhart revitalizes downtown
- Tolson Center ignites community as renovations are set to be made.