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2012 year in review: local news

Here is a look back at some of 2012's most significant local news stories. 

Information related to the 1988 April Tinsley Murder case, provided by the Fort Wayne Police Department as they announced new developments in the case. The photo is of murder victim April Marie Tinsley. Photo courtesy of the Fort Wayne Police Department
With the nation's debt at roughly $15 trillion, the Air Force released its cost-cutting plan - which threatens more than 150 jobs at the 122nd Fighter Wing based in Fort Wayne.
Michael L. Plumadore was sentenced June 18 to life plus 36 years in prison for the killing of 9-year-old Aliahna Lemmon. Courtesy photo
Fort Wayne Fire Department Assistant Chief Amy Biggs has been named fire chief to replace Peter X. Kelly, who is retiring. She will be the city's first female fire chief. Photo by Christian Sheckler
Michael L. Plumadore was sentenced June 18 to life plus 36 years in prison for the killing of 9-year-old Aliahna Lemmon. Photo by Ellie Bogue
John Walsh, of 'America's Most Wanted', interviews Fort Wayne Police Department Crime Tech Chirs Meihls, retired FBI profiler Jennfer Eakim, who now works for the  National Center for Missing and Exploited Children,(NCMEC), and retired Fort Wayne Police Detective Dan Camp, Monday morning at the Fort Wayne Police Department. They were revisiting the April Tinsley case. Photo by Ellie Bogue
Allen County Councilman Paul Moss talks with reporters after the county's Ethics Commission dismissed a conflit-of-interest complaint against him Friday afternoon. Photo by Kevin Leininger
D O McComb & Sons Funeral Home, 1140 Lake Ave had a large tree come down right across the street taking out the traffic light and tearing up the sidewalk as a result of the storm that blew through the area. Photo by Ellie Bogue
An FBI truck sits outside a home in the 6600 block of Cherry Hill Parkway, where federal agents were executing a search warrant Thursday morning. The house belongs to Michael Fabini, brother of Fort Wayne native and former NFL player Jason Fabini. Photo by Christian Sheckler
Two FBI agents take part in the search of a home Thursday morning in the 6600 block of Cherry Hill Parkway. The home belongs to Michael Fabini, brother of Fort Wayne native and former NFL player Jason Fabini. Photo by Christian Sheckler
City Clerk Sandra Kennedy, left, formally swears into office new Fort Wayne Fire Chief Amy Biggs in a ceremony Monday. Biggs is the first female chief in the department's 173-year history. Mayor Tom Henry named her last month as the successor to former chief Pete Kelly, who announced his retirement earlier this year and officially left the department Friday. Photo by Christian Sheckler
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