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

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Friday, April 26, 2013 06:04 pm
Man reportedly grows enraged, goes wild at Fort Wayne Police HQ, hospitalA man being questioned by Fort Wayne Police on Wednesday reportedly became so hostile and violent that numerous officers were needed to contain him. READ MORE

Allen County copper thieves go for the bright lights and big highway

Copper thieves are hitting the highway – Interstate 69, in this case. Indiana State Police are investigating the theft of nearly a half-mile of heavy copper wire that occurred within the last few weeks, and they're asking the public for help in finding the thieves. READ MORE

3 names submitted to Gov. Pence for Allen Superior Court vacancy

The Allen Superior Court Judicial Nominating Commission announced three finalists to fill the upcoming vacancy in Allen Superior Court. The commission selected Magistrate Craig Bobay; Magistrate Jennifer DeGroote and Michael Michmerhuizen after interviewing them and five other candidates. Their names will be submitted to Gov. Mike Pence, who has 60 days to name someone. If he does not, the chief justice of Indiana will make the appointment from the list of nominees. READ MORE

Habitat for Humanity teams up with Leadership Fort Wayne on sustainable house

Standing in the master bathroom at 5510 Buell Drive, the Rodriguez family looks around. Bright terracotta tile and cool white paint brighten the room. A high ceiling with a cutout space over the doorway provides ventilation between the two rooms. The family is just one of many to get their own home with help from Habitat for Humanity. But unlike many, this home was a joint effort with Leadership Fort Wayne. READ MORE

W. Washington Blvd. homes get modernized features in West Central Historic District

Potential buyers on the upcoming Town & Country New Home and Specialty Retail Tour will get a bit of a surprise in homes they'll view in West Central Historic District – modern open-concept floor plans. Developer Ric Zehr of the Belay Group worked with the city to turn four eyesores into sparkling gems. READ MORE

Cincinnati a great call for Notre Dame star Tyler Eifert

The Chicago Bears were on the NFL Draft clock and Tyler Eifert's phone rang. His father, Greg Eifert, jumped to conclusions. “We thought he was going to be a Bear,” Greg said. “We were excited he was going to be in Chicago.” It wasn't the Bears. Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis was on the phone. The Bengals, a team no one had projected as interested in Eifert, took the record-setting Notre Dame tight end with the No.21 pick in the first round Thursday. READ MORE

Can Colts' draft pick turn into the next Freeney?

There's no pressure on Bjoern Werner to be the Indianapolis Colts' next Dwight Freeney unless he reads the comments from his new bosses. Colts general manager Ryan Grigson said finding Werner still available for the Colts to pick at No.24 in the first round led to “high-fives and the things you want to be feeling when you make that pick.” Colts coach Chuck Pagano said Werner is “definitely” the new complement to outside linebacker Robert Mathis. High-fives and a Mathis running mate? Sounds like some Freeney expectations are upon Werner. READ MORE

Friday bonus: Butterflies at botanical conservatory


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