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Kayla Piehl admires her handiwork after yarn-bombing a tree Saturday outside the Country Lane General Store in downtown Auburn. She also decorated a bench, light pole and trash receptacle in front of
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ANGOLA — Northeast Indiana was supposed to get up to 14 inches of snow in a storm that is supposed to hit with the most intensity today, the National Weather Service.
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Due to the snowfall predictions, expect delays with your newspaper delivery. If you do not receive a newspaper today or Monday, our goal is to be 100 percent caught up with delivery on Tuesday.
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Waterloo depot project gains steam
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LIGONIER — The work was messy and dusty, but the students at the Ligonier Crossing got the job done.
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Top Stories from NewsChannel15

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) As the flakes continued to fly Sunday, NewsChannel 15 spoke to several residents who soaked up this weekend’s winter wonderland. Clearing the snow, sledding and even biking were all sounds being heard throughout the city this weekend “Thank God for snow blowers. And then of course a little salt, then of course pushing it with a shovel and then cleaning off the car and shoveling it again and then later on when it comes back again, it’ll be all over again. So, yeah,” said Wendell Golden. There were also signs of the biggest snowfall of the year. Photo Gallery | February Winter...
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ALLEN COUNTY, Ind. (WANE) City, county and state departments are out keeping roads clear and plowed. There are 18 different routes in Fort Wayne that focus on clearing the main roads first. For a complete list of routes, click here. People can also check NewsChannel 15’s traffic tracker, which provides information on road conditions: Traffic Tracker Allen County crews started working on the roads Sunday at 6 a.m. and will be out clearing the roads for 10-12 hours. Crews will start to plow roads again at 4 a.m. Monday. Photo gallery | February winter blast  The state provides a map outlining travel statues for each county....
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MARION, Ind. (WANE) – Multiple crews responded to a single-vehicle crash in Marion Sunday morning. According to police dispatch, it happened at East 38th Street and Todd Street. Dispatch also said one person had to be pulled out of the vehicle that was submerged in the Mississinewa River. This story will be updated as more information becomes available.  
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana courts are asking lawmakers to allocate an additional $5 million a year so they can implement an electronic filing system that allows litigants to submit paperwork online and gives the public free access to court records. The e-filing plan calls for the system to be piloted in a handful of counties this year and in the state’s appellate courts. Pilot counties would include one using the court’s Odyssey case management system and one running a different system, The Times in Munster reported. Supreme Court Justice Steven David and Court of Appeals Judge Paul Mathias, who are leading the...
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HAMMOND, Ind. (AP) — The city of Hammond wants to know who is using a bulldozer and other equipment to dismantle an abandoned bridge over the Grand Calumet River, causing concerns about potential environmental hazards. The city received a tip Thursday from someone who said they believed the Monon Bridge was being targeted by scrappers who were removing the metal and throwing the wooden railroad ties into the river, Ronald Novak, director of the Hammond Department of Environmental Management, told The Times of Munster. Steel from the bridge also is in the water. “It is being removed and there are some good...
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indiana Department of Homeland Security is advising motorists to make sure they have emergency supplies in their vehicles in case they get stuck in a storm expected to bring up to 15 inches of snow in some areas of northern Indiana. Among the supplies department officials recommend are bottled water, a shovel, sand or kitty litter in case their car gets stuck, extra blankets and a hand crank flashlight or battery powered flashlight with extra batteries. The department also recommends having jumper cables, chargers for cell phones and mobile devices, nonperishable food and a first aid kid. The...
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