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Heroin 'scourge' alarms officials

Gov. Mike Pence flew into Fort Wayne on Wednesday, fresh off the announcement a day earlier about a special drug task fo ...

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A-F grades could die on technicality

INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Department of Education is investigating whether a legal technicality could cancel A-to ...

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Sewer upgrade contract passes

The Fort Wayne Board of Public Works on Wednesday approved a contract for a $2.5 million sewer separation project south ...

Heroin 'scourge' alarms officials

Gov. Mike Pence flew into Fort Wayne on Wednesday, fresh off the announcement a day earlier about a special drug task force he created, surrounded by staffers and assistants and ready with lots of tal ...

Obama gets win on Iran treaty

WASHINGTON – Overcoming ferocious opposition, President Barack Obama secured a legacy-defining foreign policy victory Wednesday as Senate Democrats clinched the necessary votes to ensure the Ira ...

Engineering his musical dream

Last week marked the anniversary of Fort Wayne native Tyler Scott’s move to Los Angeles two years ago. It was Aug. 24. He remembers it because it was “nuts,” he explains. He was fres ...

Positive report boosts Vera Bradley

Earnings are down but expectations are up for Vera Bradley Inc. The Fort Wayne handbags and accessories maker on Wednesday reported second fiscal quarter earnings of $5.7 million, or 15 cents per dilu ...

Awakening us all to the brain's mysteries

Oliver Sacks, who died Aug. 30, spent his life working with people who were to one degree or another removed from reality. Some of them sat unresponsive in hospital wards. Some saw elaborate visions o ...

Short-sighted opposition ignores Ex-Im's benefits

Hoosiers don’t ask for much from outsiders, and we certainly aren’t looking for special favors from Washington. But we do expect our leaders to stand up in the best interests of American j ...