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LAGRANGE — For the first time, Lakeland School Corp. third-grade students will take ISTEP+ exams using iPads.
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KENDALLVILLE — The Explore the Outdoors event scheduled for Saturday at Bixler Lake Campground has been postponed until Saturday, May 2, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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INDIANAPOLIS — Bureau of Motor Vehicles license branches located in counties that have May primary elections will extend business hours on Monday, May 4, and Tuesday, May 5, to issue ID cards and driv
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ALBION — Central Noble students used 8,344 cans to build their “Super Can” structure that’s presently on display at Glenbrook Square Mall in Fort Wayne at the annual Canstruction event.
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BRUSHY PRAIRIE — Prairie Heights High School’s advanced television students provided a little bit of their own lip service in an annual project.
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KENDALLVILLE — “I just like to be entertained by a good story and a few songs to take me away.”
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VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — Officials at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story confirm a training accident happened Friday afternoon. Chief Bill Mesta with Naval Special Warfare Group 2 said there were two Navy personnel conducting physical training in an indoor pool around 2:30 p.m. He said they were found by facility staff. Mesta could not release the medical condition of those involved in the accident, but a Sentara spokesman said one of the two Navy personnel was transported to a local hospital and the other to an emergency health facility. Mesta said the Navy was in the process of notifying family members of the two individuals. Mesta said...
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BROWARD COUNTY, FL (WFLA) – A man can be seen on surveillance video flipping a bird to the camera and then dragging away an entire cooler with ice cream at a gas station in Oakland Park according to Broward County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies arrested the man and provided the video. According to the BCSO report, Dennis Norman, 25, of Ft. Lauderdale, walked up to the Chevron gas station and realized that the clerk inside was asleep. Norman opened the ice cream cooler first as if he wanted to buy a treat. But then he closed it, flashed his middle finger to the camera...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – A theater expert with Arts United Center saw the video of Westfield High School students falling through a stage during their performance Thursday night. She said there are protocols in place to prevent accidents like that from happening. The students fell through a cover that had been placed over the orchestra pit during their high school performance of “American Pie”. As of this Friday morning, only one of the 16 who were hurt remained hospitalized. “It is a frightening thing,” said Miriam Morgan, director of production operations at Arts United Center. Her job is to make sure the stage...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. – The IPFW men and women both advanced in first round play on Friday at the Summit League Championships hosted by Fort Wayne. The programs will be shut down after this season. WOMEN’S TENNIS No. 2 seed Fort Wayne cruised past No. 7 seed Western Illinois to advance to the semifinals of The Summit League Tennis Championship. The Mastodons will face the winner of No. 3 seed South Dakota State and No. 6 Oral Roberts. The Mastodons scored the doubles point with a walkover win at No. 3 and a victory by Alina Schibol and Sara Sherif (8-1) at No. 2. After...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE)  Award-winning journalist and Indiana native Jane Pauley was in Fort Wayne Friday, sharing a message about embracing the future. She was the keynote speaker at IPFW’s annual “Tapestry: A Day for You” event. Pauley explained that it’s easy to get preoccupied with the daily challenges of running a home, raising a family, and working, but that women need to focus on themselves and the opportunities that are still to come. “I’m here to talk about the future that you will spend the rest of your life in, The future “you” that you may or may not recognize,” Pauley...
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COLUMBIA CITY, Ind. (WANE) – Columbia City football standouts Braden Myer and Michael Simmons will be teammates on the college level as both signed with Trine University on Friday afternoon. Myer plays to major in mechanical engineering while Simmons likes civil engineering. Myer was an all-NHC first team running back as a senior while Simmons is a 6-foot-2, 280-pound lineman.
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