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Weekend reading: The News-Sentinel's top stories from the past week

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Sunday, February 03, 2013 12:01 am
ICYMI: The News-Sentinel's top stories from Jan. 27-Feb. 2Health Sentinel explores PCOS, a medical condition that's one of the leading causes of infertility.

Charles Redd, a former city councilman who worked for decades to advance civil rights in Fort Wayne, died Jan. 27.

•To survive, charter schools must face the facts and not fall back on emotion, writes Kevin Leininger.

•Downtown's Come2Go Ministries and C2G Music Hall is celebrating its 10th year of serving the community.

•Pete DiPrimio breaks down Indiana's record-setting victory at Purdue.

•From cowboys and Indians to casket labeling: A look at the 11 most offbeat bills introduced in the Indiana General Assembly this session.

Ellie Bogue goes behind the scenes with a center that helps rehabilitate Burmese domestic violence offenders.

•Longtime Fort Wayne tennis cornerstone Joan Bond passed away Wednesday after a fight with cancer.

•Merrill Lynch is bucking the development trend by moving out of downtown Fort Wayne.

•As the military suicide rate goes up, a local organization is trying to reverse the trend by helping soldiers deal with the invisible wounds of war.

•A gallery of our best photos from January.

Most-read news story of the week

Police: Fort Wayne homeowner shoots at armed burglar

Most-read sports story of the week

Nothing fazes Notre Dame star recruit

Most-read lifestyle and entertainment story of the week

Restaurant news: Papa John's gets in Super Bowl spirit with free pizza promotion

Most-read editorial of the week

We need to stop obsessing over school sports


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