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Cars drive through high water Thursday afternoon on Indiana 3 just north of Carroll Road. The area received 0.61 inch of rain Thursday.

5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Friday, Feb. 21

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

1. SIGNS SAY EATERIES CLOSED

Health department says colorful signs raises awareness of eatery health violations

2. CHASE ENDS WITH CRASH; 2 SERIOUSLY HURT

Pickup heavily damaged; police seek SUV driver

3. KEIARA CARR PREVIEWS LOCAL THEATER PRODUCTIONS

Fort Wayne Civic Theatre's "Spamalot" and IPFW's "Gint" are the local productions previewed today.

4. NORTHEAST INDIANA INDUSTRIAL SPACE IN DEMAND

Survey predicts rising sale prices for the region

5. ROOF OF KENDALLVILLE FOOD WAREHOUSE FALLS; 6 TREATED

A portion of the roof at Performance Food Group collapsed. Ammonia gas released outdoors and the fumes could be smelled about a quarter-mile away.

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