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Waynedale wants to form its own identity

A move is afoot to create another chamber of commerce, bringing Waynedale businesses together to discuss how to improve ...

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Shooting results in 9 victims, 1 critical

A shooting early today in east-central Fort Wayne left nine people injured, including one person in critical condition a ...

Indiana

Career, technical education blooms

INDIANAPOLIS – More Hoosier students than ever are taking career and technical education courses. And that effort ...

Archaeologist gives history of Miami tools

The warm afternoon sun shone through the trees at the Chief Richardville House on Saturday as history enthusiasts and families gathered to learn about Miami Indian culture.  The event Saturday wa ...

Career, technical education blooms

INDIANAPOLIS – More Hoosier students than ever are taking career and technical education courses. And that effort is getting results: a higher high school graduation rate and less remediation ne ...

'I'm afraid of yes; I'm afraid of no'

ATHENS, Greece – Dimitris is voting yes because he fears that Greece would be in danger if it leaves the European Union. His daughter, Alexandra, is voting no because she is tired of richer Eur ...

Contest crowns new wiener - er, winner

NEW YORK – Matt Stonie upset Joey “Jaws” Chestnut at Saturday’s Fourth of July hot dog eating contest at Nathan’s Famous in Coney Island, breaking Chestnut’s bid f ...

Love mechanics find calling

Next to the grease-smudged door that leads from the garage into the stark office of Love Auto Repair at 1331 E. Berry St. is a message board that reads “June goals,” which includes – ...

Waynedale wants to form its own identity

A move is afoot to create another chamber of commerce, bringing Waynedale businesses together to discuss how to improve the area, draw more traffic and speak with a unified voice. Unlike a regular cha ...

Obamacare's irony

Republicans in Indiana and across the nation have a big choice to make: Continue their call to repeal the Affordable Care Act or find a way to work with and improve the existing law. And their decisio ...