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Chad Ryan The Journal Gazette
The Madame Ants perform their dance routine at Memorial Coliseum.

5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Tuesday, Dec. 3

Here are a few of the local stories that will be talked about today.

1. AREA INCOME RISES BUT WE STILL LAG

Our region's average income - the good news and the not-so-good news

2. FANCY FOOTWORK

Madame Ants dancers work hard to entertain crowds. Includes video.

3. HAZARD AT BUS STOP REMEDIED QUICKLY

Frank Gray's look at the new Citilink bus hut at Apple Glen - why it was needed and how it got there.

4. MIX OF PLANS WEIGHED FOR WATERSHEDS AT EAGLE MARSH

Construction to separate the Great Lakes and Mississippi watersheds could begin next summer.

5. FEW DETAILS OF COUNTY'S 43RD SLAYING

Figures edge closer to record

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