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Seven dead babies found in Utah home

Seven dead babies found in Utah home

| April 13, 2014

Call it demonic possession, call it extreme mental illness—we are living in a crisis era in which violence runs rampant. When it is violence against the most vulnerable in our population, it is especially gut-wrenching. Today’s headlines lead many to wonder if things are deteriorating. There is, however, some reason to believe that what’s happening […]

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Shooting at Jewish community centers leave three dead

Shooting at Jewish community centers leave three dead

| April 13, 2014

There were no details at the time we first saw this. Let it suffice to say that given recent history, we can only assume the worst. Pray for the folks there; prayer for this nation: Three people killed, one wounded in shootings at Jewish centers in Kansas Police at the scene of the Jewish Community […]

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VA Northern Indiana Health Care System celebrates volunteers

| April 13, 2014

FORT WAYNE—April 6 through April 12 was deemed National Volunteer Week and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) used the opportunity to thank more than 79,000 citizen volunteers who give back to Veterans every day at local VA medical facilities. Locally, the VA Northern Indiana Health Care System (VANIHCS) recognized the 507 volunteers for the […]

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The power of one

The power of one

| April 13, 2014

Rev. Stewart Speaks! By the Rev. Lakeya Stewart  Over the last couple of weeks, we have discussed the biblical marital roles of husband and wives. Yes, each person has a role to play, however, the ultimate goal should be to function as one. Jesus said to the Pharisees in Matthew 19:6, “Wherefore they are no more […]

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Xbox hackers break in to army computer system

Xbox hackers break in to army computer system

| April 13, 2014

Hmmmm. All the money we spend on defense and security and the U.S Army’s computer system is penetrated by guys trying to get the heads up on a video game. Well, no need to worry because we’re sure that governments across the world—as usual—are well behind kids and others in the video game world. Good […]

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Nigerian senator says 135 civilians killed

Nigerian senator says 135 civilians killed

| April 13, 2014

Nigeria long has been touted as a point of pride in Africa with its growing economy and status as an oil-producing nation, as well as its reputation for being a thriving democracy. But, that status has been under attack over the years due to government corruption, the jailing and suspicious deaths of dissidents in oil-producing […]

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Murder charges against baby dropped

Murder charges against baby dropped

| April 13, 2014

This is the follow up on an earlier story. Nice to know that the world hasn’t gone totally crazy—just up to the brink: Pakistan drops murder charge against baby Also launches separate case to look into how police pressed charges against Musa Lahore: A Pakistani court on Saturday threw out charges of attempted murder against […]

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Teen too “affluent” to go to prison for killing 4 people, but now taxpayers have to pay for his rehab?

Teen too “affluent” to go to prison for killing 4 people, but now taxpayers have to pay for his rehab?

| April 13, 2014

Still have doubts that this an oligarchy and not a democracy? Wealth has it’s privileges. If you are poor, you’re going straight to jail, do not pass go and do not collect $200. But, if you’re rich, well, you can afford to exercise your rights! Teen too “affluent” to go to prison for killing 4 […]

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Crime & Safety Report

Crime & Safety Report

| April 11, 2014

Reports courtesy of Mike Joyner, Public Information Officer, City of Fort Wayne Police Department Smoke House Tobacco Outlet owner murdered in store FORT WAYNE—At approximately 8:30 a.m., April 7, Fort Wayne Police responded to the report of a man down inside The Smoke House Tobacco Outlet located at 2217 S. Lafayette Street. Officers arrived to […]

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Prosecutor attempts to punch holes in Pistorius story

Prosecutor attempts to punch holes in Pistorius story

| April 11, 2014

We aren’t taking sides in an ongoing trial but, frankly, that was the question that has long been on our mind. Wouldn’t most people concerned about an intruder first try to establish where their loved ones were in the house—especially a person who should have been sleeping right next to you? In fairness, in any […]

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