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Allen County (Indiana)

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  • A national H1N1 vaccine recall hits several counties in Central Indiana.

    A national H1N1 vaccine recall hits several counties in Central Indiana.
    About 800,000 vaccines across the country are part of the recall and about 13,000 of those were delivered to Marion County. Most of the affected doses have been pulled but 143 were given out at a doctor's office and a mass clinic at Lawrence North High School.
  • Ft. Wayne Fire Claims Third Life

    Ft. Wayne Fire Claims Third Life
    A third child has died from injuries she suffered in a weekend fire in Fort Wayne. Allen County Coroner Jon Brandenberger says 10-year-old Keasia Murray died overnight from asphyxia due to smoke inhalation. Two other children - 12-year-old Keiara Sanders...

    Former Fort Wayne Mayor Robert E. Armstrong dies

    Former Fort Wayne Mayor Robert E. Armstrong has died at the age of 82. Daniel Armstrong says his father died Thursday at Parkview Hospital after suffering a massive stroke about a week ago. Armstrong was elected mayor in 1975 over Democratic incumbent...

    14-year-old boy critically injured on farm

    A 14-year-old Allen County boy helping his brother feed corn into a grinding machine has been hurt badly after being pulled inside the machine. Police say the boy suffered critical injuries to his stomach Saturday when he got caught up in rotating spikes...

    Indiana's Amish embracing wind, solar power

    Northeastern Indiana's large Amish community is starting to embrace wind and solar energy to power their homes' lights, refrigerators and other equipment. Although many Amish rejected high-voltage electricity in the early 1920s because of the power lines...