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  • Road restrictions for Sept. 17, 2014
    BROBST ROAD Closed between Edgerton and Dawkins roads through Sept. 26. ROUSSEY ROAD Closed between Edgerton and Dawkins roads through Oct. 1.
  • Company invests $15 million on ex-Target
    A dead retail location has been given a lifeline.Lifeline Data Centers will invest $15 million to convert the former south-side Target into a technology storehouse. The retailer closed in 2005.
  • Council pares request for Legacy funds
    Mayor Tom Henry’s administration won’t get everything it asked for from the Legacy Fund.During its meeting Tuesday, the Fort Wayne City Council amended the administration’s $2.2 million request to $1.
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City firefighters Matt Klopsch, left, and John Evans replace their air canisters Wednesday at a fire at 4309 S.W. Anthony Wayne Drive. Firefighters arrived at the two-story home at 4:15 p.m. and had the blaze under control in 34 minutes. An adult and a child escaped, but a dog died. Investigators believe a pan of grease left on the stove caused the fire.

5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Thursday, Jan. 23

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

1.TODDLER SUFFERS GUNSHOT TO LEG

Man admits leaving loaded firearm in 3-year-old's reach

2. KOMETS TO PLAY OUTDOORS IN 2015

To participate in 10-day Winterfest at Toledo stadium

3. HEIMLICH A CRUCIAL RESTAURATEUR'S SKILL

Frank Gray writes about a local restaurant owner who recently saved a customer from choking.

4. RETIREMENT COMMUNITY PROPOSED

$12 million project to include housing, hotel, restaurant

5. CITY DRAWS RELIGIOUS GROUPS

Location, size part of popularity for conventions

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