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Winona Lake Man Charged After Allegedly Pointing Gun At Woman

A Winona Lake man was arrested after allegedly getting into a fight with a woman and pointing a gun at her. Nathanael Allan Arnold, 22, of 1202 Wooster Road, lot 24, Winona Lake, is charged with domestic battery with a deadly weapon, a Level 5 felony; intimidation with a deadly weapon, a Level 5 felony; and pointing a firearm, a Level 6 felony.
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Goode ready for bigger role with Illinois

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Homestead High School graduate Luke Goode played basketball and football for the Spartans, but on Friday he got a chance to show off his baseball skills as the University of Illinois hoopster threw out the first pitch at the TinCaps game. As a freshman at Illinois last year, Goode played […]
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Bookings Increase, Staffing Issues Remain at Coliseum

The Allen County War Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne is seeing a return to normalcy in terms of event booking. However, officials tell The Journal Gazette staffing levels and ticket sales are still slow to recover as the recovery from the pandemic continues. In an annual report to the Allen...
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Chip Shots: Oh Henry! Your Commitment Was Amazing!

Roger Grossman paid a wonderful tribute to Warsaw Community High School’s sports public address announcer, Ron Henry, in last Wednesday’s “Penalty Box.” I’m compelled to touch on some additional points folks don’t think about when an inimitable figure ends a 40-year span among multiple sports, let alone a single sport.
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Leo grad Spahiev transferring to FGCU

Former Leo standout softball player Simia Spahiev is transferring to Florida Gulf Coast University after one season at Eastern Illinois. Former Leo standout softball player Simia Spahiev is transferring to Florida Gulf Coast University after one season at Eastern Illinois.
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Trine upsets ECSU to move to winner's bracket

A pair of home runs would lead the way for the Trine University softball team as they picked up an extra inning 4-2 victory over Eastern Connecticut State University in their opening game of the 2022 NCAA Division III Softball Championship. Tags. Lockerroom.
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5/27 Prep Baseball Sectionals – Jets rally for win

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Adams Central tallied six run in the bottom of the seventh to top county rival South Adams by a score of 8-7 in sectional play at Eastside High School on a night that saw most of the scheduled action altered by weather. 4A at DeKalb HSSnider vs. Northrop PPD. 11 […]
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Luke Goode Full Interview at TinCaps Game

Luke Goode talks about throwing out the first pitch at a TinCaps game, as well as his upcoming sophomore season at Illinois. Luke Goode throws out first pitch, set for sophomore season at Illinois. Former Homestead star basketball player Luke Goode says he's ready for a bigger roll with Illinois...
FORT WAYNE, IN

Some people are changing holiday plans due to gas prices

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) — This weekend is the unofficial kick-off to summer. For many, that means road trips. However, some people are choosing to stay home because of high gas prices. Sticker shock at the pump has people like Phillip Ours making the decision to stay in town this Memorial Day weekend instead of […]
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Cannabis permit extended, roundabout project delayed

A medical marijuana permit for a business development was extended Wednesday by Sturgis City Commission, while a state bidding deficiency has resulted in a delay in a roundabout set for placement near Sturgis Middle School. City staff recently received a request to extend the medical cannabis permit from Stash Ventures...
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Fort Wayne splash pads open for the season

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Fort Wayne families can now celebrate the warmer weather with a splash. Just in time for the end of the school year, nine water playgrounds in the area are officially open for the season. They are operating daily at the following parks:. Buckner Park6114...
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