When she lost her vision four years ago, 12-year-old Adeline Graf never thought she’d see again. Thanks to some amazing technology and the generosity of dozens of donors, her future is brighter than ever before.
The gas stations were among 13 businesses around the city that were served search warrants on Thursday.
In honor of Super Bowl 50, Trai Essex stops by his alma mater to hand off a special football.
Kevin and Colleen Bolger have been volunteering at the big game for the last five years.
The workers at the Wilson Football Factory in Ada, Ohio have very exclusive jobs. They’re the only people in the world given the task of making Super Bowl footballs.
You can dash around downtown in support of women’s heart health.
Conditions will be above average Saturday afternoon when this event takes place.
FWPD said speeds reached more than 80 miles-per-hour on Nuttman Avenue.
Barnes & Thornburg will occupy the south half of the Plaza’s sixth floor. Thirty employees will work in the office.
“My Cold-Hearted Valentine” will put an entertaining spin on solving the “murder” of one party goer over Valentine’s Day Weekend.
The 10 people were arrested Friday after being indicted on charges that include conspiracy to distribute and distribution of a controlled substance.
A K9 police track ended at a nearby business, however no one was arrested.
Colder air returns and snow chances return by Monday
The iconic eatery along Fort Wayne’s East State corridor will undergo a full remodel and reopen by the end of the month or early March.
Shana Hancock, 42, pleaded guilty Thursday to a felony charge of battery and two misdemeanor charges of resisting arrest and public intoxication.
Aldi plans to build a store at 4570 Coldwater Road, just north of Coliseum Boulevard in the shopping center anchored by Jo-Ann Fabrics and Crafts.
Kenneth Rackemann had faced a September death penalty trial in the February 2014 killings that happened during a botched robbery at a drug house.
With four classes of basketball WANE-TV honored four local players as Fill It Up All-Stars – East Noble’s Lanie Allen, Norwell’s Stephanie Conrad, Eastside’s Lindsey Beard, and Southern Wells’ Jada Johnson.
Sixteen local teams punched their ticket to play for a sectional title tomorrow night as sectional semifinal action took over the The Highlight Zone on Friday night.