Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

Man, 20, found guilty of murder

A Fort Wayne man was convicted Friday of all five counts of murder, felony murder and robbery in the February 2020 slayings described as a drug deal gone bad. Kerwins Louis, then 20, was the last of three men convicted in a double homicide Feb. 26, 2020, at the home of Meng Kem, 28, at 2405 Barnhart Ave. on the city's northeast side.
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National Cheeseburger Day deals and specials

Sept. 18 is National Cheeseburger Day, and what better place to celebrate than Connecticut, the birthplace of the food?. Back in May, we featured five of the state's most iconic, unusual and historical burgers, from the legendary Louis Lunch to a "heart attack" burger in Bloomfield, topped with foie gras and truffle sauce. Connecticut is also home to the regional steamed cheeseburger, where the meat and cheese are cooked in steam cabinets.

Third person convicted in 2020 Fort Wayne double murder

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO): A third person has been convicted in a February 2020 double homicide in Fort Wayne. 21 year old Kerwins Louis was convicted on all five felony counts of murder, felony murder and robbery in the slaying of 21 year old Mon Ong and 23 year old Brooke Wendel in the home of Meng Kim on Barnhart Avenue.

Where Duchess Kate and Prince William Stand on Having Baby No. 4

Is a sibling in store for Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis? Royal expert Nick Bullen gave Us Weekly an exclusive update on Prince William and Duchess Kate’s future family plans. “I think they feel that they’ve got a pretty perfect family. I think Kate was always keen to...
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Helen Skelton's school dilemma is so relatable

Countryfile star Helen Skelton is currently expecting her third child, but the presenter had a small dilemma on Thursday as one of her children returned home with a filthy PE kit. The 38-year-old shared the snap on her Instagram Stories of the white T-shirt, and it was covered in stains,...


September 17 2021 – Hanley Foundation, the nonprofit statewide leader in adolescent substance use prevention and education, has announced Clarice Redding Louis as the Foundation’s new Chief Recovery Community Officer. Hanley Foundation envisions a world free of addiction, leading the way as the largest provider of educational programs that prevent...

Where Do William And Kate Stand About Having A Fourth Baby?

Prince William and Kate Middleton share three beautiful children: George, 8, Charlotte, 6, and Louis, 3. The close-knit family is often seen together going about their day-to-day lives and participating in the many events required of royal family members. In fact, the family of five wrapped up their summer with a trip to Queen Elizabeth's Scottish estate, Balmoral, as reported by Vanity Fair. A source close to the family discussed the vacation with the publication, mentioning how special it was for the queen to spend time with her great-grandchildren, especially following the death of Prince Philip in April. Balmoral has a unique place in Prince William's heart as well. "They always enjoy going up to Balmoral, they love the outdoors and walking in the hills and spending quality time with family," the source revealed. "It's where William spent a lot of his childhood and it's important to him that his children experience what he did as a young boy."

Letter: Please Read the Ballot Initiative Carefully

I am writing to share my concerns as a resident. It has been brought to my attention, that prior to a community event, a councilmember was actively petitioning residents for signatures on behalf of the Laguna Residents First (LRF) Political Action Committee (PAC). This action poses two questions. Is this a conflict of interest due to that councilmember’s public role? What is the initiative?

Louis Theroux Announces New Murder Series The Bambers: Murder At The Farm

It’s fair to say Louis Theroux has a god-like status in the world of TV. From interviewing infamous paedophile Jimmy Saville to meeting mothers crippled by post-natal depression, the documentarian has secured national treasure status after 25 years on our screens. But this time, he has stepped behind the camera...

Natasha Kaplinsky, Ulrika Jonsson and Anthea Turner on the reality behind the breakfast TV sofa

There’s nothing quite like breakfast TV. The shows may have gone through many guises over the years, but what they’ve all had in common is that – from Eamonn Holmes branding his GMTV co-host Anthea Turner ‘Princess Tippy Toes’ to Susanna Reid and Piers Morgan’s tiffs on Good Morning Britain – breakfast TV is always a hot topic. Which is is probably why the Americans made a big-budget drama about it. As The Morning Show returns to Apple TV for a second season, we talk to three former stars of the sofa about the realities of life on the early shift.