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Cathie Rowand - The Journal Gazette
A hardy robin ventures outside on a cold Monday morning to eat berries off a crabapple tree in the parking lot of the Fort Wayne Museum of Art. The birds survive on berries until worms become available in the spring.

5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Tuesday, March 4

Chad Ryan - The Journal Gazette
Canterbury students, dressed in red and some wearing Cat in the Hat hats, dropped everything at 12:30 p.m. Monday and spent 20 minutes reading as part of Read Across America Day.

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

1. 33-0!

Saint Francis women claim league title and finish basketball season unbeaten.

Click here to see a photo gallery from the Crossroads League championship game.

2. GUNS ON SCHOOL LOTS

Indiana House OKs bills allowing unseen, locked-up firearms

3. ILL-TEMPERED, SICK OF SNOW

Frank Gray contends a prolonged winter spawns brain warp and a bleak mood.

4. POLICE CLAIM FAMILY PETS ABUSED

Children witnessed alleged cruelty

5. BOAT-MAKER TO HIRE 110 WORKERS

40 new jobs are being created at the Nautic Global Group's Kosciusko County operation.

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