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The exciting finish to Mad Ants clincher

Check out the winning shot, and the controversial Los Angeles shot at the buzzer that didn't count, from the Mad Ants' double-overtime victory at Memorial Coliseum on April 4, 2014. The game clinched Fort Wayne the regular-season title.

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Starting pitcher Payton Baskette of the TinCaps waits for the sign from his catcher during the 5th inning on Friday.

5 things of interest to area readers – Saturday, April 5

A look at some things Fort Wayne area readers will want to know.

1. Local stories you'll want to read

2. Today's weather

  • Windy with a high in the upper 40s. Luckily, Sunday is looking more promising. Click here for more details and an extended forecast.
3. Scoreboard

Final Four previews:

4. Roadwork & road restrictions

5. FYI

  • Looking for something to do? Click here for today's best bets.

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