Top Stories from KPC Media

LAGRANGE — A 15-year-old Kendallville girl was killed in a three-vehicle accident Tuesday afternoon at U.S. 20 and S.R. 3, east of LaGrange.
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KENDALLVILLE — On July 3, 1915, City Hall in Kendallville was dedicated.
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ALBION — The Indiana Department of Transportation plans to close S.R. 8 just east of Albion for about three months starting Monday, the Noble County Sheriff’s Department said.
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ALBION — Noble County Disposal trash collections will run one day later this week due to the icy road conditions Tuesday, the company said in a press release. Recycling also will be one day later.
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KENDALLVILLE — The East Noble School Corp. Board of Trustees Wednesday night is expected to award the contract for replacing the high school’s heating and cooling system equipment.
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KENDALLVILLE — Singer and actor Spencer Kane, 18, of Kendallville has won The Next Big Thing category for the 2015 We Love Christian Music Awards.
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Top Stories from NewsChannel15

LAGRANGE COUNTY, Ind. (WANE)  A woman and teenager died in a crash Tuesday afternoon in LaGrange County. According to police, a car driven by a 21-year-old female was northbound on State Road 3 around 1:00 p.m. She failed to stop at the intersection of US 20 and was struck by a truck headed east on US 20. As that truck started to roll over onto its side, it hit a third vehicle that was westbound on US 20. The 21-year-old woman and a 15-year-old female passenger in her car were both killed. An infant in the car was taken to the hospital...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – The feds have just given Fort Wayne’s $11M West State widening project a stamp of approval. For years, city leaders have said the curve on West State Boulevard between Cass and Spy Run is dangerous and needs to be straightened out. Now that the Federal Highway Adminstration has given the green light, expect to see orange construction barrels next year. Receiving the notice was good news for city leaders because they’ve been waiting years to tackle the project. But for one historic preservation group the news means a big loss. “There’s some sadness but also some resignation,” Executive Director of ARCH...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Vince Munoz has a spark, something that you sense must have shaped him.  Most people will never know the successful electrician, husband and father was homeless as a boy growing up in Fort Wayne. “Most of the kids who are homeless are hidden.  They don’t wear a sign that says, ‘Hey, I’m sleeping on a park bench. I’m bumming in somebody’s abandoned home.’ Nobody really knows who these kids are,” said Munoz. At age 15, Vince was kicked out of his home by his mother and her new husband, a circumstance common for a lot of kids living on...
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FORT WAYNE, IND. (WANE) – The IPFW men’s basketball team will soon hit the road and travel west. The ‘Dons are set to open the Summit League Tournament in Sioux Falls, S.D. Sunday. The Mastodons finished the regular season fourth in the conference standings at 9-7 in league play and 16-13 overall. IPFW will open the conference tournament with South Dakota, who was also 9-7 in Summit League play. The game is set to tip-off at 7 p.m. Sunday at the Denny Sanford Premier Center. The ‘Dons split their regular season meetings with the Coyotes. South Dakota won on at IPFW, 64-62 back...
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HUNTERTOWN, Ind. (WANE) – Angie Steel usually relies on her caregiver, but on the morning of February 19, the roles would change. The Huntertown Fire Department would honor her with her heroic actions on that day. Angie heard a loud noise, which woke her up out of her sleep. She went to see where the noise came from and saw her caregiver unconscious. She called 911 telling the operator what happened. “For that to happen and for a resident of a group home to be able to do that was very astonishing and we were very proud of Angie for doing that,”...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Playing in March is nothing new to the Canterbury girls basketball program. After Saturday’s win over Wabash, Canterbury earned its seventh trip to the IHSAA Championship in the last eight year. No matter what obstacles are thrown in the Cavaliers’ way – from coaching changes to a bump up in facing larger schools – Canterbury always manages to find a way to stay on top, and that’s why WANE-TV is proud to honor the Cavaliers as the FWO Team of the Week. Canterbury’s semi-state win over Wabash put the Cavs’ program in the state title game for the fourth...
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