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Courtesy/Cinema Center

Cinema Center is presenting its second multi-day, multi-venue Hobnobben Film Festival in downtown Fort Wayne, beginning on June 15th.

On Wednesday, the Legacy Joint Funding Committee denied a request to fund a Fort Wayne shooting range.

City of Fort Wayne

Updated 5/25/17 at 8:24 a.m.

The City of Fort Wayne issued the following news release Thursday morning:

Three portions of Fort Wayne streets remain closed this morning due to high water caused by flash flooding. The Street Department placed barricades at 36 impassable streets last night.

Intersections still closed:

Taylor at Freeman

Oakmont at Kent

4500 Block of Oliver

Andy Laverghetta

Classical music is alive and well here at Northeast Indiana Public Radio, and volunteer host, Stan Whippo has been sharing it in the form of a live, four hour "Matinee," every weekday afternoon on our classical station, 94.1 WBNI for over 20 years.

Fort Wayne’s riverfront development project is ready to break ground after clearing its final hurdle during City Council Tuesday night.

Allen County Health

The Fort Wayne-Allen County Health Department is promoting greater education and testing of HIV and AIDS in Northeast Indiana.

A panel discussion about fake news takes place tonight on the IPFW campus. Join WBOI reporter Lisa Ryan and professors Michael Wolf and Assem Nasr as they discuss about how to identify fake news.

What is Fake News?

Where: First floor of Helmke Library at IPFW
2101 E. Coliseum Blvd.

When: Monday, May 22
5:30-6:30 Meet and greet with refreshments
6:30-7:30 Panel discussion

Panelists: Assem Nasr, Associate Professor of Communication
Michael Wolf, Professor of Political Science
Lisa Ryan, WBOI Reporter and Morning Edition Host
 

Courtesy/Smithsonian Institute

Fort Wayne sculptor, Hector Garcia, has established a reputation for his craft over the past 40 years, on regional, national and international levels.

Courtesy/Lutheran Health Network

Lutheran Health Network is currently owned by Tennessee-based Community Health Systems, but a group of Northeast Indiana doctors wants to buy it from the multi-state health organization.

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Lisa Ryan, WBOI News

One year ago, Wabash, Indiana competed in a national competition to bring a half million dollars into the city. The money went to small business owners and improvements to the city’s downtown.

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