Fort 4 Fitness

  • Bears Cut Muhammad, Extend Alex Brown

    CHICAGO (AP) - The Chicago Bears are making some changes after their disappointing 7-and-9 season. They cut former Pro Bowl wide receiver Muhsin Muhammad after three seasons in the Windy City.

  • General Motors Announces Largest Annual Loss

    General Motors is taking additional steps to improve its bottom line that after the automaker announced this morning the largest annual loss for an automotive company.

  • "The Silent Diabetes"

    Some would call it 'the silent diabetes.' Those diagonsed are often under the age of fifteen, and seemingly healthy, but juvenile diabetes can have some serious consequences.

  • Roddick, Blake Advance At U.S. Open

    NEW YORK (AP) - Andy Roddick and James Blake have advanced into the third round of the U.S. Open. Roddick had it easy. Blake did not.

  • Snider, North, Concordia, Harding, Homestead Head To Playoffs With Wins

    (Fort Wayne) - Matt Elliot threw for 246 yards and a touchdown, and Keenan Kelsaw and John Nelson each ran for a score as Snider ended the regular season with a 27-0 win at Wayne Friday night.

  • Ants Cut Two To Reach Opening Day Limit

    (Fort Wayne) - The Mad Ants reached the NBA D League opening day roster limit by waiving forwards Sammy Mejia and Justin Cage.

  • Fulton County Man Arrested for Sexual Misconduct with a Minor

    KOSCIUSKO COUNTY, Ind. (Indiana State Police Press Release) - Monday morning, a four-month long investigation by Indiana State Police Detective Jason Page has resulted in the arrest of Toran Lee Savant (23) of Akron, Ind.

  • Reds swept out of Pittsburgh

    PITTSBURGH (AP) - The Pittsburgh Pirates powered their way past visiting Cincinnati 9-1. Ryan Doumit, Xavier Nady and Jason Bay homered to help the Bucs complete a three-game sweep of the Reds.

  • Knight Steps Down At Texas Tech

    LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - It's a new Knight at Lubbock, Texas. Bob Knight has resigned as head basketball coach at Texas Tech, ending a career that began with Army in 1965 and flourished at Indiana.

  • FW City Council: Votes that Matter to You

    A wider pool of applicants, a lawyer argument settled, and a petition to end the war in Iraq…all topics Tuesday night at the Fort Wayne City Council meeting.

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