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Fort Wayne roundup: The News-Sentinel's top 7 stories from Tuesday

Tuesday, March 26, 2013 - 7:02 pm

Indiana court upholds broadest school voucher program

The Indiana Supreme Court unanimously on Tuesday upheld the law creating the nation's broadest school voucher program, clearing the way for a possible expansion. READ MORE

State needs to ensure funding for FWCS, all other is equitably distributed

Check out education reporter Elbert Starks III latest column about how the Fort Wayne Community School's potential budget deficit problem is a result of problems with school funding at the state level. READ MORE

City Council to examine 'common wage' law next month

The Fort Wayne City Council announced it would hold a forum in late April dedicated to discuss the controversial "common wage" law after critics stated it could cost taxpayers millions of dollars every year. READ MORE

Reality should temper desire to 'celebrate' abortion rights

Read The News-Sentinel columnist Kevin Leininger latest column about his problem with the IPFW's Women's Studies Program holding an even to commemorate the 40-year anniversary of Roe v. Wade. READ MORE

Fort Wayne man charged for murder in drive-by shooting

Josiah C. Thomas, 22, of the 6200 block of Salisbury Drive, has been formally charged in Allen Superior Court with murder, carrying a handgun and carrying a handgun without a license in a March 19 drive-by shooting. READ MORE

Indiana dilemma – how to beat Syracuse zone

The No. 1 seed Indiana will play in the No. 4 Sycracuse in the Sweet 16 on Thursday evening. However, the biggest challenge for the Hoosiers in this tournament game will be going up against the Orangemen's zone defense. READ MORE

IPFW volleyball earns votes in national coaches poll

For the second consecutive week, the IPFW men's volleyball team is receiving votes in the national coaches poll after it upset a nationally ranked team. READ MORE