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Cruz, Fiorina Visit Fort Wayne Ahead Of Primary

Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz and his new running mate Carly Fiorina made a campaign stop in Fort Wayne Thursday morning, five days before Indiana’s May 3 primary. Nearly 1,000 people were in attendance for the rally, which was held at the Grand Wayne Center.
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Fort Wayne Couple Shares Spotlight In First Presbyterian Theater Production

Beginning this Thursday, First Presbyterian Theater is presenting "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest."
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NorthEATS Indiana

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Food Network Leader Wants To Keep Food Local

Northeast Indiana produces $1.4 billion of food products each year, but imports $1.9 billion from outside the area.
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Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz and his new running mate Carly Fiorina made a campaign stop in Fort Wayne Thursday morning, five days before Indiana’s May 3 primary. Nearly 1,000 people were in attendance for the rally, which was held at the Grand Wayne Center.

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Mayor Tom Henry announced his fiscal plan for the proposed annexation of 23 square miles in northern Allen County in a press conference Friday. But much of the conference was spent addressing residents’ concerns about the proposal.

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It may be Spring Fund Drive, but WBOI is still here for all of your news needs. Reporter and host Zach Bernard brings you the latest episode of our newest podcast, 'WBOI Weekly.'

In this newscast, WBOI's Lisa Ryan reports on a 6-month committee set to study issues with illegal immigration, set up by the Indiana State Senate. Also in this newscast, a look at why voters in Indiana are casting their votes early and what effect this might have on the presidential nomination.

On Thursday, April 14 IPFW hosted a panel discussion titled "The Rise, and Fall, and Rise of Fascism."

Andrew Downs moderated the discussion as history professor Ann Livschiz and political science professor James Toole discussed fascist political movements and their contemporary relevance.  

Moderator:

Andrew Downs, Mike Downs Center for Indiana Politics, Associate Professor of Political Science at IPFW

Panelists: 

Ann Livschitz, IPFW Department of History

James Toole, IPFW Department of Political Science

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Thousands of people Wednesday gathered at the State Fairgrounds to cheer Donald Trump, the first of the three remaining Republican presidential candidates to visit Indiana. He focused his speech primarily on trade and the economy.

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Beginning this Thursday, First Presbyterian Theater is presenting "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest."

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Residents raised concerns about the possible annexation of 23 square miles in northern Allen County during an open house hosted by the city Monday.

United States Department of Agriculture

Indiana has the fifth largest pig farming industry in the country, turning out 8.5 million hogs a year. But some are too small for the huge slaughterhouses that require pigs to be a certain size and condition for speedy processing.

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