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Special K Daley of the Harlem Globetrotters spins a basketball around his arms at the start of their exhibition Thursday at Memorial Coliseum.

5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Friday, Jan. 3

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

1. MAN IN CUSTODY FOR HOLDING WOMAN AGAINST HER WILL

Fort Wayne Police Department's Emergency Services Team arrest a man who turned himself in after a four-hour standoff in the 3200 block of Rodgers Avenue late Thursday and into Friday morning. WITH VIDEO

2. DIG OUT, THEN BUNDLE UP

Deep freeze on the way after 7-inch snowfall blankets area

3. KEIARA CARR PREVIEWS LOCAL ART SCENE ACTIVITIES

Read about the 'Wunderkammer Company's One Year Anniversary' celebration and the Arts Lab dedication as Fort Wayne's cultural revitalization continues into 2014.

4. LONG-FORGOTTEN HERBARIUM YIELDS DRIED TREASURES

Julie Crothers reports about Huntington University's hidden treasure - a herbarium collection that includes more than 12,000 specimens.

5. KOMETS LINE IS SETTING A WINNING TEMPO

Line of Marino, Auger and Fleming combines for 37 goals

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