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Today's front page features a story about a local clinical neuropsychologist who will spend four months in a shelter on a volcano,

5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers, Friday, Feb. 7

Local stories that people are talking about today:

  1. "You don't seem like a tough guy." Homicide victim's mother speaks at sentencing
  2. Fort Wayne doc heads to Mars – sort of Dr. Ron Williams, at age 60, will spend four months on the lava fields of a volcano in Hawaii.
  3. Turnstone Center seeks $14.1 million Turnstone Center for Children and Adults with Disabilities hopes to raise money for a fieldhouse that would allow sporting and related activities.
  4. Family of 4 found dead in Defiance County Two grandparents, their daughter and granddaughter are dead, and the initial investigation indicates this could be a triple-murder and suicide, police say.
  5. Biomet hip implant payout tops $50 million The Warsaw-based company has agreed to pay a base rate of $200,000 each to patients who received a specific hip model and had to have it replaced, according to court documents.

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