Lunch Crunch: A Quick Look At Top News During Your Lunch Hour (VIDEOS)

By Emma Koch

June 4, 2013 Updated Dec 4, 2013 at 8:30 PM EDT

The daily Lunch Crunch is your one stop for the top stories from the morning, set to give you a quick look at the latest news during the lunch hour. Click the links for the full stories.

IPFW Issues Alert After Sexual Assault Near Campus

Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne has issued a campus wide alert for a sexual assault suspect that remains at large and is described as a 6-foot tall black man about 30 years old. He was last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black Nike shoes.

IPFW Police Department says the sexual assault was near the campus and Canterbury Green Apartments around 3 p.m,. Monday. Anyone with information is asked to call the IPFW Police Department at (260) 481-6827.

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Attorney General Files Lawsuit Against Businesses Using Misleading Mailers

Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller filed three more lawsuits against out-of-state businesses using misleading mailers to offer copies of property deeds for fees as high as $89.

Property deeds – which are usually one to two pages – are public records and county recorders can provide copies for free or at a nominal cost, often times a $1 per page. Homeowners are not required to have copies even when they go to sell a property.

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Picking Up The Pieces: Tenants At Northeast Side Apartment Complex Point Fingers In Flooding Episode

Work is underway to find new homes for families in a Northeast Fort Wayne apartment complex hit hard by flash floods this weekend.

Some people in Black Bear Creek Apartments, who’ve been displaced by water problems, are moving in to other units in the same complex, but that's not an option for everybody. It is leading to finger pointing, even at the American Red Cross.

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Commencement Speech Addressing Family Roles Inspires Some, Irks Others

The commencement speech given at Eastern High School in Greentown, Ind., Sunday inspired some and irked others.

Social studies teacher Peter Heck gave the speech, which encouraged the graduates to put family first, but his comments about women in the workplace caused a stir:

"I challenge you to devote yourself to your families and your children. If you choose to have a career, God's blessings upon you. But I challenge you to recognize what the world scoffs at, that your greatest role in your life will be that of wife and mother. The greatest impact you could ever contribute to our world is a loving investment in the lives of your precious children. To solve the problems plaguing our society, we don't need more women CEOs. We need more women as invested mothers."

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