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IPFW's Joe Edwards backs into North Dakota State's Kory Brown on Thursday. IPFW went on to win 82-71.

5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Friday, Jan. 10

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

1. PARENTS FACE FELONY COUNTS AFTER CHILDREN FOUND IN FILTH

Family lived in motel room but own home in Monroeville

2. KEIARA CARR PREVIEWS TWO LOCAL PRODUCTIONS

Carr gives you a glimpse of the First Presbyterian Theater's production "Driving Miss Daisy" and how music is made visual with the Fort Wayne Philharmonic's "A Lincoln Portrait" performance.

3. FARMER'S SEE COLD, SNOW AS MIXED BLESSING

Read why area farmers believes this week's cold weather could be beneficial to farmers.

4. BILL TRIES TO CLARIFY GAY AMENDMENT

But Long, Bosma differ on whether it bans civil unions

5. HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASTICS SEASON PREVIEW

High School sports editor Greg Jones writes about the 5 individuals, 5 teams and 5 storylines to watch this season.

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