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Kendra Amaya Miranda gets a hug from daughter, Ciela, 5. To see their story, click you "You can make a difference."

5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers, Wednesday, Dec. 25

Here are some of the stories people are talking about today.

1) Greater joy helps beat the odds

After a traumatic wrestling accident, a local freshman is home for Christmas

2) You can make a difference

Three Fort Wayne residents and their families who shared their stories have been touched by the kindness, volunteerism and charity of others.

3) Shooting early Christmas morning leaves 1 critically injured

A bar at the corner of Wayne and Anthony is shot up, bullets striking a man and a woman.

4) 120-foot-tall cell tower at Northside Park?

The Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation board is expected to vote next month on the plan.

5) Got a new tablet or smartphone? Test it out here

Looking for something to put that new tablet or smartphone through its paces? We asked JG staff members to name a few of their favorite videos, photo galleries and stories.

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