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Driver killed in I-69 crash identified

Investigators are unsure what caused the driver of an SUV to leave the roadway while driving south on I-69 just north of the US 6 interchang…

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Heat, humidity ready to surge

A significant increase in heat is headed our way in the days ahead.  The heat will be tempered a bit by incoming rain on Thursday with highs…

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Wild on WANE: Wallabies

The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo is home to 3 wallabies. In fact, when the zoo opened back in 1965, wallabies were one of the original exhibits…

This photo provided by Huston Campaign shows Indiana state Rep. Todd Huston. Huston, an influential Republican lawmaker, played a key role in selling $1.7 million of videoconferencing equipment to the state that officials later determined to be a waste of money, despite his own promise not to blur the lines between the state agency and state contractor he worked with for four years. (AP Photo/Huston Campaign via The Indianapolis Star)

Lawmaker at core of $1.7M complaint

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A former top Indiana education official's role in the sale of $1.7 million worth of videoconferencing equipment to the state has added to ca…

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Komets Ink Veterans Krug And Crowder

FORT WAYNE, Ind. – The Komets announced Tuesday that veterans Matt Krug (D) and Paul Crowder (C) have agreed to terms and will be in the For…