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    If you live in Indiana, you’re 21 percent more likely to slam your car or truck into a deer during the next 12 months than you were during the entire previous year.
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Talk to Lawyer Day canceled at Fort Wayne location

The Volunteer Lawyer Program has canceled the Fort Wayne component of Monday’s Talk to a Lawyer Day. Sites will be open from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday at Carnegie Public Library of Steuben County, 322 S. Wayne St. in Angola, and LaFontaine Center, 208 W. State St. in Huntington.

Attorneys will provide free 10- to 15-minute consultations and will offer legal information and advice only – not legal representation.

The annual tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. is geared toward low-income people, but it is open to the public regardless of income levels. A toll-free hotline in Spanish will be available at 800-266-2581.