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I&M finds extensive damage to power lines

Indiana Michigan Power said today it has restored power to 95 percent of its local customers, but it is still working on ...


Indiana ranks 10th in clean energy job creation

Indiana ranked 10th among U.S. states in clean energy job creation during the first three months of the year.

Police Fire

2 rob Coliseum Dairy Queen

Two men entered the Dairy Queen at 1818 Coliseum Blvd. N. Monday night, armed with a gun and demanding money, Fort Wayne ...

Car wrecks, partly in pool

A man was in critical condition Monday afternoon after he apparently suffered from a medical condition while driving and ended up partly in a northeast side swimming pool. According to a press release ...

Greeks prepare to decide on euro during 'economic war'

ATHENS – Ten packages of pasta, a bag of flour, canned white beans and rice. On a Monday of uncertainties for Greece, which may soon bid farewell to the euro, groceries were what Stalo Mestana d ...

Conquering fear

For me, it’s snakes and heights. For Craig Riggs, it’s caves. For Katherine Smith, it’s needles. These are things we fear; specific things we dread encountering, or avoid altogether; ...

In Greece, having cash will travel

NEW YORK – Tourists on vacation in Greece offered advice to others Monday: Bring extra euros. Several reported having some anxious moments over the weekend thanks to empty ATMs and merchants ref ...

Wedded bliss

Many were jubilant but fewer were surprised when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Friday that gay marriage is legal nationwide.