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  • This House Was Once a Home. A Very Old Home.

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (21Alive)-It sits on Van Buren street just north of Washington Boulevard in Fort Wayne’s West Central neighborhood.

  • A Big Job for a Guy from Auburn.

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (21Alive)--It’s the busy season for Praxis Detailing in Auburn. Owner Mike Liebing is overseeing today’s project.

  • Authentic Asia of Fort Wayne's South Side

    Fort Wayne, Indiana (21alive)-- This little converted gas station on South Calhoun Street…you’d miss it if you blink. This is the Mahnin Asian Restaurant, it serves authentic Burmese and Thai food and the place is fantastic.

  • Not all cowboys ride the range

  • Local Agency Provides the 'Straight and Narrow'.

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (21Alive)--It’s been a hard life for 26 year old Kertina McCoy but things have gotten better fast. Kertina grew up in an abusive household with an alcoholic parent…was expelled from Paul Harding High School for fighting, and then arrested for shoplifting while still a teen.

  • Marching to the beat of his own drum

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (21Alive)--It’s the heartbeat of every marching band in the country,the drumline..pounding out a rythmn that stirs the soul.

  • A Master at Work

    LARWILL, Indiana (21Alive)--More often than we’d like to admit its necessity that dictates our path in life. Years ago as a young carpenter necessity inspired Kim Slater to build his own home and the furniture for it.

  • The Wright Brothers and Huntington University

    HUNTINGTON, Ind. (21Alive) --Last month’s exhibit at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art showcased the museum’s newly purchased collection of historic Wright Brothers photographs that now resides permanently in the summit city.

  • Local Woman Big Success with Small Customers

    LARWILL, Indiana (21Alive)--A lifetime of making clothes and raising five kids made opening a sewing shop a natural choice when Alberta Reiff decided she needed some extra cash.

  • Reflections on a Budding Democracy at Fort Wayne's Art Museum

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (21Alive)-For centuries it was Burma, now it is Myanmar. Cut off from the rest of the world for sixty years by a brutal and paranoid military dictatorship, Myanmar remains one of the least known, most mysterious places on earth.