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5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Thursday, Jan. 30

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

1. FOOD BANK SHELVES STAND EMPTY

The Associated Churches Neighborhood Food Network is asking for donations.

2. DRUG RAID ENDS IN 2 ARRESTS, DEAD DOG, CONDEMNED HOME

Read about the drug raid at a home on the city's near west side.

3. BEGGAR-FOR-GAS CON PLAYS ON BIG-HEARTED

Frank Gray writes about area con.

4. RESIDENTS FEEL PINCH OF PROPANE

High demand, low stock makes prices skyrocket

5. BRUTAL BATTLE AGAINST FIRE, ICE

Grabill sawmill blaze draws county's firefighters

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