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Pet of the Week: Addison 11/17/2015

Addison is a 3-month-old spayed female, gray Domestic Longhair. She has been at the shelter since Nov. 10, 2015.
If you are interested in adopting this pet please contact Fort Wayne Department of Animal Care and Control (260-427-1244).

Customers dine at the gourmet emporium Eataly in New York Monday, Nov. 16, 2015.   From cafes in Manhattan to a throng of football tailgaters in the heartland, Americans asked a gnawing question in the aftermath of the carnage in Paris: Can anything be done in the United States to prevent a similar “soft-target” attack, in which well-organized extremists strike at the restaurants, bars and gathering spots that stand out for being ordinary? (AP Photo/Verena Dobnik)

Paris attacks lead Americans to wonder about US safety

From cafes to sports stadiums in the heartland, the bloodbath in Paris has Americans pondering the possibility of terrorist attacks on “soft targets” in the U.S. such as restaurants, bars and other ordinary gathering spots.

An Uber driver was allegedly carjacked behind the O'Sullivans bar.

Police: Woman says she was carjacked driving for Uber

A woman told police she was driving for Uber and had parked behind a bar after it had closed when a man walked up to her van and stuck the barrel of a gun through a cracked window and told her to get out.

A man walks past nearly buried shopping carts at the Kings Soopers in Monument, Colo., on Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2015. A powerful wintery storm blasted parts of Colorado.  (Jerilee Bennett/The Gazette via AP)

Winter storm shuts down stretches of Colorado highways

Much of Interstate 70, Colorado’s main east-west highway, was closed because of blizzard conditions on the state’s Eastern Plains as well as in northwest Kansas, where up to 15 inches of snow and heavy winds are in the forecast.

Goshen school board approves new Redhawks mascot

The Goshen school board voted Monday to adopt the Redhawks mascot, effective Jan. 1, after deciding in July to stop using the Redskins nickname out of respect for Native Americans.