Banks requests honoring Fort Wayne with naval vessel

In a letter to the Secretary of the Navy, Indiana Congressman Jim Banks asks the military to consider naming a combat vessel the "U.S.S. Fort Wayne."

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Kavanaugh confirmation process stirs strong feelings

Senate Democrats staged an aggressive bid Tuesday to slow U.S. Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation. Opponents of Kavanaugh’s attempt to replace retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy called out in protest from the back of a hearing room, angered, in part, by the fact documents related to Kavanaugh’s judicial record were withheld or were delayed in being made public.

Abortion early issue in 2019 mayor’s race

Mayors rarely deal with matters of abortion, but there are signs that the highly-charged social issue could receive some attention in local politics next year. We’re talking about the Fort Wayne mayor’s race.

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