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Diana Overman, 11, is surrounded by media Monday after being named a Riley Champion award winner at the Riley Champion event and fundraiser kickoff. The Harris Elementary fifth-grader was named Riley Champion for her commitment to Riley Hospital for Children despite her health battles. She will serve as an ambassador for Riley throughout the year.

5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Tuesday, Feb. 11

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

1. OPENING UP A RICH, NEW CHAPTER IN BOYS' LIVES

Cave Man Club promotes reading by incorporating sport mentors and sport activities.

2. TRICKLING WATER MAIN BREAK MAKES STREET TREACHEROUS

Frank Gray writes about the water main break along Maxine Drive.

3. VERBATIUM: MARIJUANA GROW OPERATION BUST IN DEKALB COUNTY

Approximately 100 marijuana plants were located with an approximate street value of $100,000.

4. SHARING THE POWER OF LOVE

Ailing 20-year-old focuses efforts on making difference

5. ASH NAMES PLAN EMERALD SKYLINE

Ash Brokerage names the 16-story building.

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