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  2. Fort Wayne, Indiana - Wikipedia

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    Fort Wayne is home to three minor league sports franchises: the ECHL's Fort Wayne Komets, the High-A Central's Fort Wayne TinCaps, and the NBA G League's Fort Wayne Mad Ants who are owned and operated by their parent club, the Indiana Pacers. Fort Wayne also hosts the Fort Wayne Derby Girls of the Women's Flat Track Derby Association Division 2.

  3. 3 men shot dead 'execution-style' in Indiana - AOL

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    February 29, 2016, 5:42 AM 3 Men Shot Dead 'Execution Style' in Indiana Police in Indiana are still searching for answers after finding three men killed "execution-style" inside an abandoned Fort...

  4. Fort Wayne International Airport - Wikipedia

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    Based on passenger enplanements, Fort Wayne International ranked #151 out of the 550 airports in the United States that received scheduled passenger airline service in 2014. As such, the airport is classified by the FAA as a "nonhub", or an airport that has between 10,000 and 400,000 enplanements per year.

  5. International Harvester strike of 1979–1980 - Wikipedia

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    The International Harvester strike of 1979–1980 was a strike by the United Auto Workers (UAW) against the International Harvester (IH) company over work rules. The strike began on November 1, 1979, and ended after 172 days on April 20, 1980. As of May 2008, it was the fourth-longest strike of national importance ever held by the UAW. Contents

  6. Little Turtle - Wikipedia

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    The objects were placed in the collection of the Allen County-Fort Wayne Historical Society, and were eventually displayed at the Fort Wayne Old City Hall Building. [citation needed] Little Turtle's legacy was one of initial resistance and cooperation to preserve the lives and future of his people. Honors and tributes

  7. Tyler Hansbrough - Wikipedia

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    Andrew Tyler Hansbrough (born November 3, 1985) is an American former professional basketball player who played in the National Basketball Association (NBA) as well as internationally. In college, Hansbrough was a star with the North Carolina Tar Heels from 2005 to 2009.

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