Top 5 Stories on INCnow.tv for October 26- November 2

By Scott Sarvay

Top 5 Stories on INCnow.tv for October 26- November 2

November 3, 2012 Updated Nov 2, 2012 at 7:23 PM EDT

Welcome to the Top 5 for the week of October 26- November 2.

Below are brief summaries and links to the five most-viewed stories on INCnow.tv over the past week. Click on the links to view the stories.

1. America Continues to Clean-up from Hurricane Sandy (With Photos)

East Coast, USA (www.incnow.tv) - Millions of people are now in their fifth day without power.

2. 8 Classic Cars and a Large Barn Destroyed by Fire in Wells County (With Photos)

Chester, Ind. (www.incnow.tv) - Several classic cars in southern Wells County are destroyed after a morning fire engulfed the barn the cars were being stored in.

3. Big Reward Offered for Helping Catch Credit Union Robbers (Security Video)

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (www.incnow.tv) - A reward has been put out for the men who robbed the MidWest America Federal Credit Union on Swinney Avenue late last week.

4. Revitalizing Downtown, Focusing Efforts on Eyesores (With Photos)

Fort Wayne, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) – Monday Ferguson Advertising unveiled its newly remodeled space on West Berry Street. But as their downtown Fort Wayne building is given new life nearby eyesores continue to plague the city.

5. Check Out 2012's Crop of Trick or Treaters (With Photos & Video)

UNDATED (www.incnow.tv) - Here’s a collection of 2012’s cute and sometimes scary trick or treaters that will be out having some fun this Halloween.




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