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Police respond to early morning stabbing in Monroeville

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Two people were injured and another arrested after a stabbing in Allen County early Friday morning.

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Former migrant worker horrified by immigration crisis Video included

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The conflict over immigration policy is spreading unease around the country - especially for those who have a personal stake. 

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25-year-old Georgetown Square time capsule opened Video included

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City leaders opened a time capsule buried 25 years ago today at Georgetown Square in Fort Wayne.

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Father who battered infant daughter learns his sentence Video included

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The man who pleaded guilty to beating his infant was sentenced Friday.

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New video seeks to promote Electric Works: will it help, or hurt Fort Wayne long-term? Video included

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A new video promoting the energy surrounding economic development projects in Fort Wayne is receiving lots of attention through social media channels. The video-- whatever its benefits-- could also put community leaders and the city itself in the pressure cooker.

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Patch Work Video included

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Caroline: We're a destination shop they come here from far and wide. Not just the U.S. But out of the U.S.. Caroline's Cottage Cottons in Rome City looks like a shop but it's really a little brick history lesson. Caroline North owns Cottage Cottons, the quilt fabric shop she started in 2007. And her shop has since earned a national reputation as purveyor of historic reproductions of American fabrics down through the ages from the founding of this country to now. “It's an exact... More>>

Public input sought for child support guidelines.

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The Judicial Conference of Indiana is interested in finding out what people's thoughts are on the child support guidelines.

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Illinois county considers becoming 'sanctuary' for firearms

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An Illinois county is scheduled to decide next week whether to become a "sanctuary" for firearms. The Tazewell County Board on Wednesday discussed adopting a resolution that supporters say would protect their Second Amendment rights. In essence, if the government bans certain guns, including assault-style weapons, county officials simply wouldn't enforce the law. 

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Allen County road closed due to high waters

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Heavy rain has forced one road in the Allen County area to close.

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Lawsuit challenges constitutionality Indiana's abortion laws

A new federal lawsuit by health care and abortion providers is challenging the constitutionality of Indiana's abortion laws.

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Sweetwater hosts Gearfest 2018

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Sweetwater is inviting the community to what they call the largest general public music trade show in the United States.

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Two dead after crash on State Route 49 in Paulding County

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Two people are dead after a four-vehicle crash on State Route 49 Thursday afternoon.

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High Court: Online shoppers can be forced to pay sales tax

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The Supreme Court says states can force online shoppers to pay sales tax. More>>

ABC orders 'Roseanne' spinoff for fall minus Roseanne Barr

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ABC, which canceled its "Roseanne" revival over its star's racist tweet, says it will air a Conner family sitcom minus Roseanne Barr this fall. More>>

SpaceX wins bid to launch military satellite

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Space-X won a massive secret military contract Thursday.

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Drug ODs, deaths are down Video included

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We are tracking overdoses in our community, which are a major problem. The new numbers suggest good news, but also uncover a new threat.

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New and Familiar Sights in DeKalb County Video included

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I'm back in downtown Auburn and last year I had a great time exploring all the sights and smells of the square, and this year upon returning, I found out that there is even more to see and do here. First of all, let me just say that downtown Auburn is gorgeous. The architecture, the landscaping, the cleanliness, it has the whole package. So it's no surprise that the square continues to grow and pulse with life. Jeremiah Otis of Jeremiah's coffee shop says that's the product of years...

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Re-zoning approved for golf to housing project Video included

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A major step taken Thursday afternoon in the quest to convert a popular golf course into an upscale housing development in northern Allen County. We explain why the change is being pursued and why opponents may have one final shot at stopping the project.

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