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Dr. Ulrich Klopfer, who is currently under fire over his handling of abortions involving several 13-year-old girls, is apparently losing his "back-up" doctor, according to Indiana Right to Life and Allen County Right to Life.
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Allen County Warrants Officers found a meth lab at a home in the 1600 block of Cass St. in Fort Wayne Wednesday.
7 hrs ago | Journal Gazette
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About 90 percent of Allen County government's 1,500 employees live in the county, generating nearly $763,000 in local income taxes.
Volunteer fire departments are monitoring what the Affordable Care Act could mean to them.
Allen County Commissioners Linda Bloom, Therese Brown, and Nelson Peters joined Allen County Council members, other elected officials, and heads of various County departments in a reception with lawmakers to discuss Allen County's legislative platform for the upcoming session.
City of Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control is offering free straw to any Allen County resident in need of animal bedding during these cold days of winter.
The small amount of morning snow caused numerous accidents and spin outs all around the Summit City.
To help with "Christmas Not Forgotten," bring financial contributions, gift cards, new blankets, children's books, board games, holiday candy, new Christmas stockings or other items to Room 130 in IPFW's Neff Hall.
A survey given students at Leo Elementary last month went too far, several parents told the East Allen County Schools board Tuesday night.
The record-tying homicide count in Allen County so far in 2013 has left police with three explanations: Gangs, guns, and drugs.
Anna was born in a small Ukrainian farming village, was a refugee in Germany during WW II, and moved to Fort Wayne in 1952.
Saturday marked the 72nd anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. Fort Wayne area veterans and their families met for a service at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum to remember those who lost their lives back on December 7, 1941.
Andrea R. Hartup, 34, of New Haven was charged Friday with theft and was released from the Allen County Jail on her own recognizance.