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BRUSHY PRAIRIE — Firing up Prairie Heights Elementary School third- and fourth-grade students for today’s ISTEP+ tests came with help from the Minions Monday.
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KENDALLVILLE — Singer and actor Spencer Kane, 18, of Kendallville has won The Next Big Thing category for the 2015 We Love Christian Music Awards.
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LIGONIER — Two Ligonier men face multiple charges after allegedly shooting into an occupied residence Saturday, the Noble County prosecutor’s office said.
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WOLCOTTVILLE — The Indiana State Fire Marshal’s office will be called in to investigate a Sunday night house fire in Wolcottville, a Johnson Township Fire Department official said Monday.
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – A high-speed police pursuit started in Columbia City and ended on a dead-end street in Fort Wayne early Tuesday morning. Columbia City police were alerted to a possible drive-off at a gas station around 12:45 a.m. when someone apparently did not pay for fuel. A pursuit ensued and officers ended up following a red vehicle east on U.S. 30 towards Fort Wayne. Allen County deputies and Fort Wayne police officers were notified of the incoming vehicle and eventually joined the pursuit. The driver of the car approached speeds of 95 miles per hour on U.S. 30 before turning...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – What came first, the chicken or the egg? It is an age-old riddle that has perplexed generations. Now, Fort Wayne has another poultry puzzle to solve. Should the city allow urban chickens? Right now, it’s illegal to have urban chickens within Fort Wayne city limits. The group Food Not Lawns is working to change that and make Fort Wayne an example of sustainability. Michele Berkes-Adams is the founder of Food Not Lawns Fort Wayne chapter. She started the petition on Saturday morning. 48 hours later, it had more than 500 signatures, and that number continues to grow. Click here to see the petition. There are...
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ST. LOUIS (USBWA) – The U.S. Basketball Writers Association has selected 10 outstanding first-year players as finalists for its 2015 Integris Wayman Tisdale Award. Members of the association’s board of directors chose the players to be included on the list as contenders for the national freshman of the year award. Among those 10 finalists is Indiana’s James Blackmon Jr. (Marion, Ind.). The first-year guard is averaging 15.8 points per game while shooting 39.4 percent from the 3-point line and hauling down 5.3 rebounds per contest, which is second on the team. Ballots for this season’s USBWA men’s honors will be distributed today and...
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INDIANAPOLIS – After completing her first season as head coach of the Marian University women’s basketball team, head coach Katie Gearlds stated her goals were to set a new wins record for the program, earn a league title and head to the national tournament. Check, check and check. After surpassing the program wins record last month, the No. 7 and second-seeded Marian University women’s basketball team won its first-ever Crossroads League Tournament championship over No. 22 and fourth-seeded Huntington University, 63-59, on John Grimes Court at the Physical Education Center on Monday night. For the first time in program history, the Knights hosted...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Spice and other look-alike drugs are still illegal in Indiana. Confusion about that started swirling after the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled late last month that a specific provision in the ban was too vague and unconstitutional. The Huntington County Prosecutor told NewsChannel 15 this has no affect on officers arresting and charges being pressed against people buying, selling, manufacturing or doing synthetic drugs. As the Attorney General urges the Indiana Supreme Court to overturn the decision, one legislator is taking things a step further. The original creator of the state’s synthetic drug ban, (R) Jim Merritt, has written a...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – A Kokomo baseball stadium is the reason FEMA has stopped millions of federal dollars from coming to Indiana, including nearly $2 million dollars earmarked for Fort Wayne and Allen County. FEMA has suspended hazard mitigation grants worth $5.5 million because Kokomo officials built the stadium on a part of a floodplain. FEMA officials told developers in late 2014 to not build the stadium on the part of the floodplain. Fort Wayne was earmarked for $1.1 million to buy homes in flood-prone areas. Rodney Renkenberger, Maumee River Basin Commission’s executive director, spent most of his Monday morning talking to...
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