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5 Fort Wayne things to know, Friday Nov. 1

Your look at the local stories that will be talked about today.

1. Youth orchestras: Arts for next generation keys up Sunday

The Fort Wayne Philharmonic Youth Orchestras present their fall concert this Sunday.

2. Leo's front 4's name: Good

All the great defensive front fours seem to have cool nicknames.

3. Fugitive tagged in attacks on 2 women

Helmeted driver, 34, easy mark for police.

4. State marching band finals preview

7 from area competing for the championship.

5. Victim left legacy as a good father, Christian

Jovon Harvey Sr. had a reputation.

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