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Indiana Tech's Sabine Filippovica slides into Saint Francis' Brooke Ridley as Ridley takes a short jump shot early in the second half. Saint Francis won the game 75-62.

5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Tuesday, Dec. 31

Here are a few of the local stories that will be talked about today.

1. TAX CREDITS PUSHED TO AID ADOPTIONS

Gov. Mike Pence's initiative seeks to make Indiana the nation's "most pro-adoption state."

2.'NATIONAL LAMPOON' WINNEBAGO TURNS HEADS

Frank Gray tells the story of Keith Boreani's transforming an old school bus into an impressive showpiece.

3. SUSPECT IN BAR SHOOTING CHARGED

Man faces charges in the Christmas morning shooting at Sports & Spirits.

4. SHARING SPACE IN GOD'S HOUSE

Area congregations 'nest' in facilities of other worshipers.

5. MAD ANTS FALL DESPITE 19 FROM PACERS ROOKIE

Read Justin Cohn's account of the Mad Ants game and their newest player's contribution.

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