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Fort Wayne (Allen, Indiana)

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  • Watching GM Build PickupTrucks.com's 2011 GMC Sierra 1500 V-6

    Astute readers may have seen the writing on the Facebook wall, but we'll make it official: PickupTrucks.com's next Shootout will pit two-wheel-drive, short-bed V-6 work trucks against each other. On hand we'll have a 2011 GMC Sierra 1500 4.3-liter, a 2011...
  • August 16, 2011-Lord Save Us From Texans

    August 16, 2011-Lord Save Us From Texans
    Back from vacay on the municipal island in a sea of corn, Fort Wayne, Indiana. I'm happy to report that my father, Robert Wayne Englehart Sr., the Iron Man, is still playing golf and cursing his bad shots, but he has slowed down considerably at 89 years...
  • Omarr's Daily Astrological Forecast August 23, 2011

    BIRTHDAY GAL: Actress Shelley Long was born in Fort Wayne, Ind., today in 1949. This birthday gal will be forever remembered in TV lore for portraying the Emmy-winning role of Diane Chambers, both on "Cheers" and in a recurring part on "Frasier." She's...
  • Funeral plans underway for victims of stage collapse

    Funeral plans underway for victims of stage collapse
    Five families are making arrangements Wednesday to bury their loved ones who lost their lives, after a stage collapsed during a concert at the Indiana State Fair.   Visitation for Nathan Byrd was held Wednesday afternoon.  Byrd’s funeral is...
  • Grieving students benefit from rare university academic leave policies

    Grieving students benefit from rare university academic leave policies
    College students deal with the death of family members more often than realized, and that is why formal bereavement policies are essential to help students if a family member dies during the school year, says a Purdue University expert. "At any one time,...
  • Indiana drivers among the safest in the U.S.

    Indiana drivers among the safest in the U.S.
    Indiana drivers are among the safest in the United States, according to the “Allstate America’s Best Drivers Report™. The report, released by Allstate Insurance Company, ranks America’s 200 largest cities in terms of car...
  • About Bob Englehart

    Bob Englehart was born November 7, 1945 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Influenced by children's book illustrators Tibor Gergely and H.A. Rey, he determined early in life to be an artist. Later, as a teenager, Bill Mauldin, Norman Rockwell, and the illustrators...
  • IU study shows smoking ban doesn't hurt gambling business

    IU study shows smoking ban doesn't hurt gambling business
    A new study out of Indiana University shows there is no economic incentive for lawmakers to exclude gambling facilities from a smoking ban. The authors of the study looked at similar legislation enacted in Fort Wayne and found that businesses there didn't...
  • More than 2K vehicles being held hostage in Indiana, Michigan

    More than 2K vehicles being held hostage in Indiana, Michigan
    More than 2,000 vehicles are being held hostage in Northern Indiana and suburban Detroit. General Motors and Chrysler are suing the hauling company Allied Systems for not delivering the brand new vehicles. About 500 Chrysler minivans and 1,700 Chevy...
  • GM announces $2 billion reinvestment

    GM announces $2 billion reinvestment
    Tuesday, General Motors announced a major reinvestment that could mean new jobs for many Hoosiers. The automaker will pour $2 billion dollars into 17 facilities across eight states. The company isn't saying yet if any Indiana plants are on the list,...
  • Suicide prevention bill introduced to Indiana Senate

    Suicide prevention bill introduced to Indiana Senate
    Suicide is the third leading cause of death for teenagers in Indiana. That statistic is the reason behind State Bill 4. It was introduced to the Indiana Senate Wednesday. The bill would require suicide prevention training for educators. It would give...
  • Fort Wayne family to live in Haiti helping earthquake victims

    Fort Wayne family to live in Haiti helping earthquake victims
    One Indiana family is leaving the comfort of their home to devote a year of their lives to helping the people of Haiti. Liz Malmstrom, a registered nurse, and her husband Rick, a paramedic, first visited Haiti last summer. The Fort Wayne couple...