The FWCS Board discussed the budget and teachers' contracts during Monday's meeting.

GiaQuinta resigning from school board, making room for new leaders

Longtime FWCS Board President Mark GiaQuinta will resign April 1. What’s next for him isn’t clear, but he doesn’t plan to stray far from education. He said he wants to volunteer his time with the Fort Wayne Community Schools Foundation, and take on any special projects Superintendent Wendy Robinson may have. After ten years he’s eager to see those on the board and future members take on leadership roles.

Dakota Access pipeline opponents burn structures in their main protest camp in southern North Dakota near Cannon Ball, N.D., on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017, as authorities prepare to shut down the camp in advance of spring flooding season. (AP Photo/James MacPherson)

Police arrest protesters at Dakota Access camp

INSIDE: Timeline of DAPL events

The camp, on federal land in North Dakota between the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation and the pipeline route, has been home to demonstrators for most of a year as they tried to thwart construction of the pipeline.

Three vehicles were involved in a fatal crash on West Jefferson Boulevard near Swinney Park Monday, February 20, 2017.

Bodies in double fatal crash can’t be visually identified

The coroner’s office said the bodies had significant thermal damage and fingerprints will have to determine the identities. Police are searching for the driver of one of the vehicles involved and witnesses say he fled after the three car crash late Monday evening in Fort Wayne.

Salin Bank Robbery

Police: Woman wearing surgical mask robs bank

The woman entered the Salin Bank located at 9835 Lima Road early Tuesday afternoon and demanded cash. Police caught up with a woman matching her description a short time later.

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Republican mass protest bill softened in committee

The bill, which called for Indiana authorities to use “any means necessary” to keep roadways clear during a protest, now states police have a duty to protect the public and keep roads clear.

Wayne Kubsch

Indiana asks US Supreme Court to hear death penalty case

49-year-old Wayne Kubsch was twice convicted of three counts of murder and sentenced to death for the brutal killings of his wife, Beth Kubsch, her ex-husband, Rick Milewski, and her 10-year-old son, Aaron Milewski.