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Fort Wayne councilman introduces breach of contract resolution against Red River Video included

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While the company in charge of garbage pickup is insisting their services are improving, a Fort Wayne city councilman is claiming they breached their contract. 

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Wings and a Prayer

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Michoacan, Mexico, winter quarters of one of the most stunning creatures on earth. Every year millions of Monarch butterflies migrate to this spot from all over North America making a journey thousands of miles they've never made before, to a corner of earth they've never seen. Jeff Ormiston is on the hunt at Fort Wayne's Fox Island Park. Ormiston's the naturalist at the parks nature center. He's combing prairie milkweed plants for Monarch butterfly eggs. Monarchs only lay eggs on mil... More>>

One dead after farm accident in Huntington County

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A former Fort Wayne pain doctor was killed after a farming accident in Huntington County Wednesday.

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City backs off of noise ordinance, settles lawsuit

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The City of Fort Wayne has agreed to no longer enforce a code item that restricts the use of speakers to amplify sound to a distance greater than 50 feet. 

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Hair dryers recalled due to fire, shock hazard

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Two hand-held hair dryers are being recalled because they can overheat and catch on fire, posing fire, burn and electrical shock hazards.

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Northwest Allen County Schools to request hand-held metal detectors Video included

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After passing up the first opportunity to receive hand-held metal detectors, Northwest Allen County Schools officials say they are prepared to apply for the next round.

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Coroner identifies victim of fatal weekend crash

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The Allen County Coroner has formally identified the victims of a weekend crash that left two people dead.

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Swastikas painted at southern Indiana retirement community

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Graffiti including swastikas, upside-down crosses and drawings of genitalia has been cleaned up after being discovered in southern Indiana.

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Crews investigate early morning house fire in Fort Wayne

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Officials are investigating after a fire that heavily damaged a home in Fort Wayne Wednesday.

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Proposed contract for riverfront development pulled

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The contract for the next two phases of riverfront development will not go to a Philadelphia-based team.

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TSA surveilance program to be reviewed

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The Department of Homeland Security's Inspector General will review a TSA program called "quiet skies."

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ASPCA says more than 600 birds removed from home

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The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals says more than 600 birds were removed from a house in central Ohio after reports of animal neglect and a complaint from the public about living conditions. More>>

Indiana police say bomb threat halted Rascal Flatts concert

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Authorities say a bomb threat is what prompted country group Rascal Flatts to abruptly end a concert in Indiana last week. More>>

Fort Wayne victim of Pearl Harbor attack to be reinterred with full military honors

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More than seven decades after the devastating attack on Pearl Harbor, a Fort Wayne family will be able to see off a relative one last time.

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COURT DOCS: Road rage death suspect on the run Video included

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Police are still on the hunt for a man charged in connection to a road rage death.

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Banks seeks info from FBI regarding senator's staffer

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Indiana Third District Rep. Jim Banks on Tuesday sent a letter to the director of the FBI seeking details regarding what he called a "threat" to the nation's security. 

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Two dogs dead after house fire in Noble County

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Fire crews responded to a house fire in Wolcottville Tuesday. 

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4 tips to keep foodborne illness out of the classroom

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With the beginning of the school year, food safety experts are encouraging people to take extra precautions to avoid packing food-borne illnesses along with their children's lunch. 

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