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5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers on Tuesday, Feb. 4

Here are a few stories to start your day.

  1. A storm front is moving into the area. We will update our Weather page as the news progresses. (You might have to re-cache the link.)
  2. South Side star is set to sign with the Hoosiers.
  3. No more kicking them when they’re down. Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller was in Fort Wayne on Monday, filing suit against scam artists who prey on people who have fallen behind on mortgage payments and are facing foreclosure.
  4. Frank Gray: We can stop the gas scam. The JG columnist says the woman with the sob story about a sick kid and needing gas money has been very busy and that we have the power to put a stop to it.
  5. A murderer on the loose dumped a Jeep used in the escape in northeast Indiana.

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