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  • What A Wet Weekend!

    Monday, Oct 14 at 1:03 PM

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - This past weekend and today, we received nearly half of the total rainfall for the entire month. Saturday saw .23", Sunday had .54", and early this morning, we've already recorded .63" of rain. That's a total of 1.4" in less than 3 days! Our total rainfall for the month is now up to 2.98", which is 1.25" more rain than we usually have by this time of the month.

  • Wind Turbines & Weather Control

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Wind turbines are becoming more and more common across the state as our country strives to become more energy independent. Whether you're for or against wind farms, they're here and they have an effect not only on the look of the landscape, but they also affect weather conditions on a small scale.

  • Weather & Your Health: Fall Allergies & Asthma

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - September is a month of transition. It's not quite Summer anymore, but it doesn't feel like Fall just yet. During this time, temperatures can vary widely, ranging from the mid 90's and down into the 60's. It's because of this, Fall allergies, and back to school germs that make it harder to breathe. Jason Meyers and Parkview Hospital talk about ways to breathe easier in the Fall.

  • Weather & Your Health: Back to School

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - All the kids are back to school now. That means more busses on the road, more teenage drivers, and more kids walking and biking to school. This is the time of year to start paying more attention on the road. Jason Meyers and Parkview Hospital talk about staying safe on the road and out of the Trauma Center.

  • Dispute Sparks 5 Hour Standoff

    Fort Wayne, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding a lengthy standoff at a city home.

  • Weather & Your Health: Concussions

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Hospitals begin to see more and more concussion injuries in the summer when the weather turns warmer. There's another increase in the Fall once football begins. Since football's in full swing, Jason Meyers decided to talk with Parkview Hospital to discuss concussions and head injuries.

  • Fisherman's Body Pulled From Wyland Lake

    NORTH WEBSTER, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter) -- Police are investigating a man's death at a lake in Kosciusko County.

  • Grave Robber Out On Bond

    ALBION, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter) -- 19 year old Andrew Huntsman, who admitted he tried to dig up a grave in Kimmell and was sentenced to one year in jail is now out while appealing his sentence.

  • Weather & Your Health: Migraines

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - August is still the heart of summer, but it also marks the beginning of a changing weather pattern. We slowly start to move away from long periods of quiet weather days to more fronts moving across the area. These changing weather patterns can be a real headache for migraine sufferers. Jason Meyers and Parkview Hospital talk about migraine causes, symptoms, and prevention.

  • Obama To Unveil Plan For Jobless Veterans

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) -- The economy will top President Obama's agenda Firday with his return to Washington, DC. He plans to outline a new initiative aimed at helping jobless veterans.

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