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Perhaps prepping for his big day next Sunday, Feb. 2, Charles Winchester the groundhog enjoys a bite of sweet potato. He's held by owner Beth Wood of Indiana Wild, at the Outdoor, Sports, Lake and Cabin show Sunday at the Coliseum.

5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Monday, Jan. 27

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

1. NORTH-SIDE RESTAURANT ABLAZE

Extreme winds hamper firefighters fighting fire.

2. WIND CHILL ADVISORY FOR MONDAY, JAN. 27

Wind chill warning remains in effect from 7 a.m. this morning to noon Wednesday.

3. CONTROLLING WILDLIFE TOUCHY MATTER

To limit numbers, cities set up hunting zones

4. THE RIGHT DATE NIGHT

Valentine's Day is three weeks away. Here's some tips on where to celebrate this special day.

5. BISHOP DWENGER'S FESTIVE SPIRIT WARMS COLD

Bishop Kevin Rhoades celebrates Mass as part of 50-year celebration

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