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  • Spring Weather Forecast to be Unveiled at Fort Wayne Farm Show - Hoosier Ag TodaySpring Weather Forecast to be Unveiled at Fort Wayne Farm Show - Hoosier Ag Today

    Spring Weather Forecast to be Unveiled at Fort Wayne Farm ShowHoosier Ag TodayWith Indiana in the grips of a wintery blast, farmers are counting the days until spring. But what kind of spring will it be? A clue to that will be given at a special presentation by Hoosier Ag Today and Farm Credit Mid-America at the Fort Wayne Farm ...

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  • Whitko School Board votes to close middle schoolWhitko School Board votes to close middle school

    LARWILL, Ind. (WANE) – The Whitko Community School Corporation spans two counties and five townships. School board members saw communities divided about how to consolidate the schools. More than a year ago it was decided Whitko Community Schools had to consolidate. At Monday’s School Board meeting we got a full picture of how that will work. Whitko Middle School will close. Sixth graders will go to the two elementary schools, and seventh and eighth graders will go to Whitko High School in South Whitley. “I feel really relieved,” 8th Grader Hailey Arnold said. It wasn’t an easy decision by the School Board. “It’s been a long 14 months,” Board Member Eric Trump said. “It’s taken a toll on our health. We’re just trying to do what’s best for Whitko.” For a lot of people it came down to location. The people of South Whitley wanted the high school to remain in town. “I feel like when I start driving I won’t want to drive down [State Road] 5 when it’s icy and snowy,” Arnold said. However, those in Pierceton would’ve had a shorter trip if consolidation happened at the more centrally located middle school in Larwill. “For Pierceton it’s 13 miles,” Trump said. Trump voted against consolidating into the high school. “I voted no because I am from the Pierceton community, and I want Pierceton to know they have a voice,” Trump said. Both Trump and Arnold want Whitko to move forward not as several communities, but one school district. “My fear through this whole thing is it did divide our communities,” Trump said. “I don’t want to see those friends pulled apart. I want to see us pull together.” The district’s Superintendent, Steve Clason, said it would cost about $400,000 to get the high school ready to house all the students for next school year. He said the Board will reevaluate the situation every year. Clason said not much will need to happen at the elementary schools to add another grade because declining enrollment has left several classrooms empty at the schools.

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  • Butler woman injured after crashing into treeButler woman injured after crashing into tree

    BUTLER, Ind. (WANE)  An 18-year-old Butler woman was hurt when she left the road and crashed into a tree Monday afternoon. Police said Celina Wood was heading north in the 2200 block of State Road 1 when she left the east side of the road and hit a large tree. She suffered a cut to her left hand and internal injuries. She was taken to a hospital for treatment.

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  • The Stanley Cup is coming to Fort Wayne - News SentinelThe Stanley Cup is coming to Fort Wayne - News Sentinel

    News SentinelThe Stanley Cup is coming to Fort WayneNews SentinelAs part of the Komets Hall of Fame weekend of March 10 and 11, the Stanley Cup will be on display during the Komets' March 11 game against Kalamazoo. Now there's a little bit of a story behind why the cup is coming to Fort Wayne. In 2012, I wrote a ...and more »

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  • Fort Wayne man competes on 'Jeopardy!' - WANEFort Wayne man competes on 'Jeopardy!' - WANE

    WANEFort Wayne man competes on 'Jeopardy!'WANEFORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) Fort Wayne was represented on Monday night's episode of 'Jeopardy!'. Steve Garbacz, assistant managing editor for the (Kendallville) News Sun and the (Auburn) Star, part of KPC News, took a test to be on the show this past ...and more »

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  • Fort Wayne man competes on ‘Jeopardy!’Fort Wayne man competes on ‘Jeopardy!’

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE)  Fort Wayne was represented on Monday night’s episode of ‘Jeopardy!’. Steve Garbacz, assistant managing editor for the (Kendallville) News Sun and the (Auburn) Star, part of KPC News, took a test to be on the show this past summer. He was called to an in-person interview in Chicago, where he competed against several other people. Months later, organizers of the show called Garbacz to invite him to Los Angeles to tape an episode. That episode aired here on WANE-TV Monday night. Garbacz finished in third place after wagering everything in ‘Final Jeopardy!’. It’s something he said he’d waited his whole life to accomplish. “I’ve just watched it my whole life and you know I played pretty well from the couch,” Garbacz said. “It’s a little bit different actually their competing with other people, but you know it was a goal of mine sometime in my life I wanted to be qualified for the show.”

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  • 1/15 Wendy's Play of the Week voting1/15 Wendy's Play of the Week voting

    FORT WAYNE, Ind.- The high school basketball season is here and every Monday Wendy's lets you decided who did it best on the prep hardwood. Each Monday from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. you'll be able to vote on the Wendy's "Play of the Week."

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  • Annual MLK Unity Day goes deeper with roundtable discussionsAnnual MLK Unity Day goes deeper with roundtable discussions

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Education lies at the heart of the local Martin Luther King Jr. Club’s mission, and that was celebrated at the club’s 33rd annual Unity Day Celebration the Martin Luther King Jr. national holiday. The theme of the event at the Grand Wayne Center was “creating community connections.” Activities include a roundtable discussion, awarding three $1,000 academic scholarships, health screenings, vendors, entertainers and performances by Fort Wayne’s Voices of Unity Choir. MLK Club President Bennie Edwards said the new roundtable segment can spark change. “It starts with an idea and if you can gain some information reasonably that will spark your interest,” Edwards said. “It may make you want to achieve or seek more information. So this is sort of a starting point.” Some of the topics were community policing, infant mortality, cyber liability and business planning. More than 300 people attended the celebration.

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  • INDOT and City work to keep roads clearINDOT and City work to keep roads clear

    Road conditions have varied greatly through the day, as bursts of snow have moved through the area and road crews try to keep up. With the dangerous road conditions this morning, it led to headaches for many drivers, and some people on social media were wondering where the plows were.  City Utilities said that they had 50 drivers out since midnight on their plow routes. The difficult part was that the since the snow kept falling, it was hard to keep up with, which required the plow drivers to remain on their main roads. When it comes to state roads and interstate, INDOT is in charge of clearing those. They want to remind people that when you see plows on the road, make sure to give them plenty of space, for your safety and theirs. Back to the city roads, City Utilities says, treatment has moved to the secondary roads and even getting into some of the neighborhoods this evening. For complete details on the city’s plan when it comes to snow removal, you can click here.

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  • Learning, community service among MLK Day activities in Fort Wayne - News SentinelLearning, community service among MLK Day activities in Fort Wayne - News Sentinel

    News SentinelLearning, community service among MLK Day activities in Fort WayneNews SentinelAmong other observances Monday, University of Saint Francis students, faculty and staff took part in their annual “A Day On, Not a Day Off” by participating in a learning program and doing community-service projects on campus and around Fort Wayne. The ...MLK's spirit lives in cityFort Wayne Journal GazetteAnnual MLK Unity Day goes deeper with roundtable discussionsWANEall 4,220 news articles »

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  • Fort Wayne plows head into neighborhoods after 4 inches of snow - News SentinelFort Wayne plows head into neighborhoods after 4 inches of snow - News Sentinel

    News SentinelFort Wayne plows head into neighborhoods after 4 inches of snowNews SentinelThe snow kept many in Fort Wayne busy shoveling Monday. (Photo by Lisa M. Esquivel Long of News-Sentinel.com). City of Fort Wayne street crews continue to plow streets from the latest snowstorm, the city announced Monday afternoon. “A continuous heavy ...Fort Wayne plows reach neighborhoods after 4-inch snowfallFort Wayne Journal Gazetteall 2 news articles »

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  • Fort Wayne-native DaMarcus Beasley selected to state hall of fame - Fort Wayne Journal GazetteFort Wayne-native DaMarcus Beasley selected to state hall of fame - Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

    Fort Wayne Journal GazetteFort Wayne-native DaMarcus Beasley selected to state hall of fameFort Wayne Journal GazetteFort Wayne-native DaMarcus Beasley was selected to the Indiana Soccer Hall of Fame class of 2018. He was informed via a letter from Board of Directors President Don Rawson in a letter dated Jan. 12. Beasley, a 5-foot-8 defender, has been on the United ...Beasley headed to Indiana Soccer Hall of FameWANEall 4 news articles »

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  • Fort Wayne guardsman laid to rest - WANEFort Wayne guardsman laid to rest - WANE

    WANEFort Wayne guardsman laid to restWANEFORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) Mark Boner, the Indiana National Guardsman from Fort Wayne who died while deployed in Texas, has been laid to rest. Sgt. 1st Class Boner was buried in Greenlawn Memorial Park on Monday following a service at D.O McComb and Sons ...and more »

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  • Fort Wayne guardsman laid to restFort Wayne guardsman laid to rest

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) Mark Boner, the Indiana National Guardsman from Fort Wayne who died while deployed in Texas, has been laid to rest. Sgt. 1st Class Boner was buried in Greenlawn Memorial Park on Monday following a service at D.O McComb and Sons on Fairfield Avenue. Sgt. 1st Class Mark Boner (Photo Courtesy: Indiana National Guard) Boner, who was born and raised in Fort Wayne, died at Fort Hood early Jan. 6. The Indiana National Guard did not release details of his death but Boner’s siblings said they were told that doctors believe their brother died of a heart attack. Boner had been deployed with the 38th Sustainment Brigade and served as an automated logistical specialist. The group had left Indiana a week earlier for training in Texas. The 38th Sustainment Brigade is preparing for deployment to Kuwait. Boner deployed to Iraq in 2009 and had received a Combat Action Badge, Iraq Campaign Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, and two Army Commendation Medals. In the wake of Boner’s death, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb directed flags in Allen County to be flown at half-staff through Monday.

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  • Indiana expands anti-human trafficking unitIndiana expands anti-human trafficking unit

    Curtis Hill on Monday announce plans to expand the Indiana Attorney General Investigations Division's Human Trafficking Investigations Unit. The unit works to raise public awareness and educate residents, schools, employers about the warning signs and dangers of human trafficking.

    Fort Wayne News / 21 h. 23 min. ago
  • MLK Club is Positively Fort WayneMLK Club is Positively Fort Wayne

    Fort Wayne's MLK Club is more than an organization that honors the legacy of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. It also provides academic scholarships for college-bound Fort Wayne area students. In 2017, Purdue freshman Jordan Bridges was one of three students to receive a $1,000 scholarship.

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  • MLK Club is Positively Fort Wayne - WANEMLK Club is Positively Fort Wayne - WANE

    WANEMLK Club is Positively Fort WayneWANEFort Wayne, Ind. (WANE) – Fort Wayne's MLK Club is more than an organization that honors the legacy of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. It also provides academic scholarships for college-bound Fort Wayne area students. In 2017, Purdue ...

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  • ‘Talk to a Lawyer Today’ offers free legal assistance‘Talk to a Lawyer Today’ offers free legal assistance

    INDIANA (WANE) – People have a chance to get free legal assistance in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Monday. The Indiana State Bar Association (ISBA) is sponsoring the pro bono program to provide legal help to the under-served. It’s called “Talk to a Lawyer Today,” and it serves as an annual tribute for MLK Day. Each year, attorneys from across the state join together in the effort to offer free legal consultations to people who might not otherwise be able to afford the counsel of an attorney. The consultations typically last 10-15 minutes. The program started in 2002 and has grown significantly. More than 200 attorneys are expected to participate this year. A total of 23 walk-in sites and 7 hotlines are available. The Allen County Public Library at 900 Library Plaza, Fort Wayne, will host the program from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Huntington and Steuben counties will also offer services. You can find a full list of locations here.  

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  • Half a century later, his relevance remainsThe 1960s seem a long time ...Half a century later, his relevance remainsThe 1960s seem a long time ...

    Photo courtesy Manchester University Manchester President A. Blair Helman, right, escorts Martin Luther King Jr. across campus on Feb. 1, 1968.

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  • HoneyCuts makes donation to Luers’ Howe for Alex’s Lemonade StandHoneyCuts makes donation to Luers’ Howe for Alex’s Lemonade Stand

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Peyton Howe continues to get community support for his efforts benefiting Alex’s Lemonade Stand. HoneyCuts, where Peyton has been going for four years, donated $1,000 to the Bishop Luers kicker Sunday at its Illinois Road salon. The salon had raised money throughout Peyton’s senior season. Peyton dedicated his season to Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation to fight pediatric cancer through the Kick-It for Cancer program. HoneyCuts will put the donation to Alex’s Lemonade Stand in Peyton’s name. Since announcing his fundraising efforts in the fall, Peyton Howe has raised more than $8,500.

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  • National Emergency false alarm happened before in 1971National Emergency false alarm happened before in 1971

    The false alarm of a ballistic missile attack on Hawaii isn't the first time a civil defense emergency alert has accidentally gone out. It happened on February 20, 1971, involving the national Emergency Broadcast System known to millions for the signature phrase, "This is only a test."

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  • Town of Warren under a Boil Water AdvisoryTown of Warren under a Boil Water Advisory

    WARREN, Ind. (WANE) – The Town of Warren is under a Boil Water Advisory. The advisory is in affect until further notice. A water main break prompted the advisory. Huntington County Community Schools said classes will be in session at Salamonie Elementary School Monday. The district is making arrangements for bottled water to be available at the school for students and staff.

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  • Farmers, suppliers flock to ColiseumThe deluxe cab on the red Massey...Farmers, suppliers flock to ColiseumThe deluxe cab on the red Massey...

    The Journal Gazette Don Harter, co-owner of Harmony Outdoor Equipment in Auburn, will have Massey Ferguson tractors on display at the 29th annual Fort Wayne Farm Show this week at Memorial Coliseum.

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  • Westport Homes gearing up for 2018 home salesWestport Homes gearing up for 2018 home sales

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Look around and you’ll see new homes popping up in greater Fort Wayne and Allen County. Westport Homes has been building new homes in the area since 2003. Today, for the First News Sunday’s edition of “Sunday Open House,” the Vice President and General Manager of Westport Homes Charlie Giese stopped in. Westport is typically one of the three largest builders in the area with locations all over Allen County and a few in Dekalb County, most with fully decorated model homes. Westport can help you sell your existing home with its Guaranteed Sale Program and typically has move-in ready homes on hand if you need to move quickly. If you are in the market for a new home contact Westport at it’s website, Westport-home.com or stop at a model today.

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  • Olive Garden featuring 2 new Mediterranean entreesOlive Garden featuring 2 new Mediterranean entrees

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – One of the most popular New Year’s resolutions is to eat healthier, but you don’t have to sacrifice flavor to accomplish that. Olive Garden has added new entrees clocking in under 600 calories each. Olive Garden Manager Tait Applegate joined First News Sunday to make Spiralized Veggie Pasta, which is one of two new items to its Tastes of Mediterranean menu. The dish includes a combination of zucchini and squash noodles, tossed with whole grain linguine, tomatoes and garlic in a scampi herb sauce. The dish has 560 calories. The other new Mediterranean entree is the Chicken Giardino, which has grilled chicken and a medley of fresh vegetables tossed with pappardelle pasta in a light, lemon chicken herb sauce. This dish has 600 calories. Olive Garden’s Tastes of the Mediterranean menu celebrates the flavors and cooking styles from the popular Mediterranean region of Italy with all entrées under 600 calories. The menu already includes guest favorites like Chicken Margarita and Shrimp Scampi.

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  • 400-plus Fort Wayne homes get National Register designation - WTHR400-plus Fort Wayne homes get National Register designation - WTHR

    400-plus Fort Wayne homes get National Register designationWTHRThe residential area was one of the first in Fort Wayne to require uniform street setbacks, utility poles along alleys, trees along curbs, curving streets and a small area set aside for a park. City historic preservation planner Don Orban tells The ...and more »

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  • 2 dead after pursuit2 dead after pursuit

    Two people died and two were critically injured after an Indiana State Police trooper responded to a theft at the Meijer in Warsaw on Saturday night.

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  • Redesigned Chevy Silverado pickup loses weight, gains sizeRedesigned Chevy Silverado pickup loses weight, gains size

    DETROIT (AP) — In the world of full-size pickups, it’s a race to see who can haul more stuff, yet do it with lighter, more efficient trucks. General Motors is taking a big step that way with an all-new Chevrolet Silverado unveiled Saturday night ahead of Detroit’s big auto show. The Silverado is the second-best selling vehicle in the U.S. and is outsold only by Ford’s F-Series pickups. Big pickup truck sales rose nearly 6 percent last year to almost 2.4 million, even though total U.S. auto sales dropped 2 percent. One in every seven vehicles sold last year was a full-size pickup. GM says its new truck is up to 450 pounds lighter than the current model. The new Silverado, which goes on sale this fall, slims down by using GM’s expertise in melding different metals. Parts that swing, including doors, the hood and the tailgate, are lighter aluminum, but stationery parts such as the bed, are still steel. GM has used the steel bed in marketing, claiming that it’s more durable than rival Ford’s bed made of aluminum. 2019 Chevy Silverado The 2019 Chevrolet Silverado High Country pickup is unveiled, Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018, in Detroit. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio) The 2019 Chevrolet Silverado High Country pickup is unveiled, Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018, in Detroit. The Silverado is the second-best selling vehicle in the U.S. and is outsold only by Ford's F-Series pickups. Big pickup truck sales rose nearly 6 percent last year to almost 2.4 million, even though total U.S. auto sales dropped 2 percent. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio) Invited guests look over the hidden compartments in the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado High Country pickup after its reveal Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018, in Detroit. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio) The 2019 Chevrolet Silverado High Country pickup is unveiled, Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018, in Detroit. The Silverado is the second-best selling vehicle in the U.S. and is outsold only by Ford's F-Series pickups. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio) This photo shows the interior of the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado High Country pickup after it was unveiled, Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018, in Detroit. The Silverado is the second-best selling vehicle in the U.S. and is outsold only by Ford's F-Series pickups. Big pickup truck sales rose nearly 6 percent last year to almost 2.4 million, even though total U.S. auto sales dropped 2 percent. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio) The Silverado’s frame weighs 88 pounds less because it’s made of lighter yet stronger high-strength steel, GM says. Aluminum parts in the suspension and other areas make up the rest of the weight loss. The new truck is just under 2 inches longer than the old one for more space in the cargo bed and a roomier interior. Alan Batey, GM’s head of North America, said Chevy will offer eight different configurations of the truck from basic work models to well-equipped off-road and luxury versions so they can be personalized. “People see it as their truck, not the truck that everybody has,” he said. It also gets two new V-8 engines — 5.3-liters and 6.2-liters — that can shut off any number of cylinders to save gas, yet have “instant power” available when needed. There’s also a new 3-liter six-cylinder diesel and a 10-speed automatic transmission available. GM wouldn’t say if any other engines would be offered, including a V6 gas engine that’s now available. Designers and engineers paid particular attention to aerodynamics for better fuel economy, GM said. The sides of a mean-looking front grille direct air around the front wheel wells to reduce wind drag, and there’s a spoiler at the back of the cab roof to steer air over the bed. The company wouldn’t release the weight or estimated fuel economy, but said the 450-pound weight loss is on a crew cab model with a V8 engine. The current crew cab with a 6.2-Liter V8 gets 15 mpg in the city and 20 on the highway. The truck also has 21 fixed and moveable tie-down points to secure cargo, and a power tailgate is available. Cutouts in the bumper that let drivers step into the bed are larger to accommodate steel-toe boots. The company said it used customer feedback to redo the interior, with more comfortable seats, more interior cargo space and added legroom for front and rear passengers. GM said it would release the price closer to when the new truck arrives in showrooms. Copyright 2018 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

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  • For booming Ligonier, housing is nextFor booming Ligonier, housing is next

    Among her duties as the third-term mayor of the city in northwest Noble County is providing more housing for a population of 4,400 that doubles in size when the workforce is at work.

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  • 2 fleeing suspects dead, 2 others hurt in Kosciusko County crash2 fleeing suspects dead, 2 others hurt in Kosciusko County crash

    WARSAW, Ind. (WANE) – Two people are dead and two others are in serious condition after two theft suspects caused a crash while running from police in Warsaw. It happened just before 9:30 Saturday night. According to Indiana State Police, a trooper saw a vehicle that matched the description of a suspect vehicle from a theft that happened at the Meijer in Warsaw. The driver of the suspect vehicle, a white 2003 Pontiac Grand Am, has been identified as Jacob Slone, age 19 of Warsaw, IN, and the passenger has been identified as Paige Jefferson, age 16 of Warsaw, IN. The officer tried to stop the vehicle. That’s when the suspects drove off heading east on U.S. 30. Police said the suspects ran a red light at the intersection of U.S. 30 and Parker Street and hit three other vehicles. Injured in the crash was the driver of a silver 2017 GMC, Miguel Linares Jr., age 34 of Bloomfield Hills, MI and his passenger, 35-year-old Nora Linares, also of Bloomfield Hills, MI.  Miguel Linares suffered critical and potentially life-threatening injuries.  Nora Linares suffered injuries believed to be serious but not life-threatening.  Both are still being treated at Parkview Hospital in Ft. Wayne. Both Slone and Jefferson were pronounced dead at the scene. No other serious injuries were reported. U.S. 30 was shut down for several hours while investigators reconstructed the crash scene. Anyone who witnessed the incident is asked to call 1st Sgt. Kevin Smith at the Indiana State Police Fort Wayne post at (260) 432-8661. The incident is under investigation.

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  • Shooting at gas station leaves 1 dead, 2 hurtShooting at gas station leaves 1 dead, 2 hurt

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Fort Wayne police are investigating a shooting that left one woman dead, and two other people hurt early Sunday morning. Officers with the Fort Wayne Police department and the Allen County Sheriff’s Department responded to the Sunoco gas station at Hanna Street and McKinnie Avenue just before 1 a.m. When they arrived, they initially found two victims at the gas station. One of the victims was a girl under 18. Officers found her inside the gas station in serious condition. Police also found a woman inside a car in the parking lot who had apparently been shot. She was taken to a hospital in critical condition where she later died. A man was also shot at the gas station. He ran from the area to a house in the 4500 block of Monroe Street, just a few blocks away. That’s where police say he called 911 and waited for help. He was in serious to good condition. Police said initial investigations indicate some kind of disturbance happened in the parking lot of the gas station. It eventually led to the three victims being shot. The juvenile female then ran inside the gas station for help, while the male victim ran to the house of Monroe Street. It’s not clear what the connection was between the victims. Detectives searched the area for witnesses while crime scene units searched for and collected evidence. Investigators said they hope security footage from several nearby businesses will help with the investigation. The Allen County Coroner’s Office will release the identity of the dead victim at a later time. No suspect information was immediately available. Anyone with information is asked to call FWPD at (260) 427-1222 or Crime Stoppers at (260) 436-7867.

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  • Sharing love of HollywoodRichard Walls has sat across from John Wayne ...Sharing love of HollywoodRichard Walls has sat across from John Wayne ...

    Richard Walls has sat across from John Wayne in Los Angeles, had a conversation with Ingrid Bergman in New York City and had dinner with Chuck Norris at his home in Fort Wayne.

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  • Scott leads way in Fort Wayne's 82-78 win over Omaha - USA TODAYScott leads way in Fort Wayne's 82-78 win over Omaha - USA TODAY

    WANEScott leads way in Fort Wayne's 82-78 win over OmahaUSA TODAYFORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — Bryson Scott scored 26 points and John Konchar had 13 rebounds and nine assists and Fort Wayne beat Omaha 82-78 on Saturday night. Omaha pulled within 74-72 during Fort Wayne's almost four-minute scoring drought when Matt Pile ...Fort Wayne MBB Earns 82-78 Win Over OmahaWANEall 3 news articles »

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  • 2019 Chevy Silverado may emerge as fuel efficiency leader2019 Chevy Silverado may emerge as fuel efficiency leader

    Industry-first engine technology, significant weight savings and a new inline-six diesel offering are among the enhancements General Motors is counting on to bolster the Chevrolet Silverado's position as the second-best-selling vehicle in America. which was due to be shown Saturday, Jan. 13, ahead of the Detroit auto show, is larger than current models yet as much as 450 pounds lighter.

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  • Mother sentenced for drunken crash that left 3 children badly hurtMother sentenced for drunken crash that left 3 children badly hurt

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. The Fort Wayne mother arrested for driving drunk in a Halloween 2016 crash that left three children in her car badly hurt was sentenced Friday.

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  • Plows respond to winter mix, FWCS closesPlows respond to winter mix, FWCS closes

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. Street Department plows spent a large part of Friday dropping salt on slick spots around the Summit City.

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  • Coliseum Boulevard to close Sunday night for bridge installationColiseum Boulevard to close Sunday night for bridge installation

    The Parker Cole Crossing bridge that will link IPFW and Ivy Tech over Coliseum Boulevard is shown in a rendering. FORT WAYNE, Ind.

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