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General Electric, which has had a presence in the city since 1911, plans to close its final two local operations.

5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Tuesday, Jan. 28

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

1. COLD KEEPING TIGHT GRIP

Dan Stockman keeps us informed on the brutal weather conditions hitting our area.

2. DOES GOD WEAR A JERSEY?

Steve Warden questions how much weight God puts in prayers about the outcome of a football game.

3. SUPER BOWL NOT WORTH VICIOUS COLD

Frank Gray comments about hosting the Super Bowl, in an outdoors stadium located in a cold weather city.

4. 20,000 STUDENTS ON VOUCHER PLAN

Julie Crothers breaks down where the vouchers are being used and how it affects public schools.

5. AMENDED GAY MARRIAGE BAN TO HOUSE

Niki Kelly, The JG statehouse reporter, explains what's happening with the proposed constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage.

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