For years now I've been writing about various scams, and there is no shortage of variations on the way con artists manage to fleece people out of their money.
Last week, a story came out about how the people in a drive-thru at a Florida Starbucks spontaneously broke into a pay-it-forward frenzy.
Earlier this summer, UPSTAR, a Realtors association, announced plans to build a home for an Afghanistan veteran who had come home with major injuries and put out a plea for monetary or in-kind donations.

News now

  • Pathfinders grant a sister’s wish
    Way back in 1982, a Fort Wayne woman now named Kimm Leowen went on a hot-air balloon ride for her birthday.
  • Discarded Rolls can’t find home
    If you've ever wanted to own a Rolls-Royce on the cheap, well, you missed your chance, and maybe that's a good thing.
  • City's affordability gives edge as top place to retire
    Over the years Fort Wayne has been labeled among the fattest and stupidest cities in America, but a recent study has concluded that all in all, it's not that bad a place to be.