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PFW makes the change; Mastodon goes Black and Gold

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Win or lose, fans of the Mastodons will no longer be feeling blue -- or at least, not as blue as in decades past. Black and gold -- with a touch of blue -- will take over the fields and arenas as IPFW formally converts to Purdue University Fort Wayne.

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New details released in shooting outside Fort Wayne mall Video included

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We now know the name of the man shot Friday evening just outside Fort Wayne's Glenbrook Mall. It is a story that raises questions about how safe the city's main shopping areas are. 

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Old Soldiers

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We call it 'The Good War' if wars can be good, a struggle between civilization and the unquestioned evil of Nazi Germany and the belligerent, often cruel Empire of Japan. The Allied soldiers who fought World War Two, mostly kids at the time, are old men now and if we're to hear their stories and learn the lessons they can teach us, we'd better hear them soon. Bluffton author Kayleen Reusser is hearing those stories and preserving them for us. She's interviewed 200 World War Two veter... More>>

Opportunity Knocks: discussing the employment outlook Video included

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A recently released national employment outlook survey says now is the time to land a job in manufacturing, healthcare and other industries.

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Dump truck catches on fire in Dupont construction zone Video included

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Fire crews responded to a vehicle fire on Dupont road Monday morning.

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Recycling site at Sam's Club temporarily closes

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People looking to drop off recyclables on their way into the store will have to find a new place for the next few weeks.

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I-69 widening, repaving work nears start in central Indiana

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Construction work should be starting soon on a project widening or repaving a 14-mile (22.5-kilometer) section of Interstate 69 northeast of Indianapolis.

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Consultant to detail findings on child welfare agency review

A consultancy group hired by Gov. Eric Holcomb to review Indiana's troubled child welfare agency is set to present its findings.

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Wrong-way driver causes crash that claims three lives

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Three people, including a 1-year-old and 12-year-old, are dead and four others are injured following a crash on the Indiana Toll Road Sunday evening.

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Nonprofit offering resources to deal with dangerous side of technology

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A new nonprofit is advocating for families who have a member who has fallen victim to online predators, cyberbullying or human trafficking.

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Vegetable trays recalled due to potential parasite infection

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Some vegetable trays are being recalled following 78 cases of an intestinal infection caused by a parasite. 

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Purdue Fort Wayne hosts summer entrepreneurship workshop

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Teenagers interested in starting their own business can explore entrepreneurship at a three-day summer workshop.

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Paid parental leave could come to Fort Wayne

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City employees could soon spend more time with their newborn or newly adopted child.

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Dozens of citations issued in two Northeasten Indiana counties during Click It or Ticket campaign

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Over 120 people in Steuben and DeKalb County have gotten a pretty stern reminder to buckle up.

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Bees and Brew to celebrate national pollinator week Video included

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The Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory is putting together a unique celebration of national pollinator week.

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Camp to teach people with disabilities how to ride a bike

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One summer camp is aiming at bringing increased independence to people with disabilities by teaching them how to ride a bike.

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Indiana State Police trooper getting national praise for pulling over slow driver

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An Indiana State Police trooper is getting some national praise after pulling over a slow driver.

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36 people to graduate 45th drug court program

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36 people are set to have their cases dismissed Monday as they graduate from the Allen County Superior Court's drug program.

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Indiana to study the possibility of interstate tolling

A state contractor is developing a plan that could clear the way for more tolling on Indiana's interstates.

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Arson suspected at bar where Zach Randolph's brother killed

Investigators have determined a fire likely was intentionally set at an Indiana bar, one day after the brother of NBA star Zach Randolph was fatally shot there.

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Trump digs in on immigration as national outrage rises

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The emotional policy of separating children from their parents is also starting to divide Republicans as Democrats turned up the pressure. More>>

Supreme Court issues ruling in Wisconsin political gerrymandering case

The Supreme Court is resolving partisan redistricting cases from Wisconsin and Maryland without ruling on the broader issue of whether electoral maps can give an unfair advantage to a political party.

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16,000 ducks float down St. Joe River to benefit SCAN Video included

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Thousands of rubber ducks took a dip in the Saint Joe River Saturday for Fort Wayne's annual Duck Race. But the best part? It's all for a good cause.  The event benefits SCAN which stands for Stop Child Abuse and Neglect.

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