A car crashed on State Road 101 and Campbell Road on May 21, 2015.  The crash resulted in the death of 2 people and 2 others were injured.

Four sisters involved in fatal crash

Two of the sisters were killed and the other two were seriously injured when the van they were in collided with a semi at an intersection on State Road 101 in northern Allen County.

The Reef at the Fort Wayne Children's Zoo opens on May 22, 2015.

Zoo’s new ‘The Reef’ exhibit opens today

Visitors to the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo will be able to check out what Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is like now that renovations to the exhibit are nearly complete.

The I-69 message signs at mile markers 317 and 294 now show travel times.

I-69 message signs now show travel times

Just in time for the Memorial Day weekend, the message signs on I-69 in Allen County now show travel times instead of being blank when there is no emergency information to relay to motorists.

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IPFW Earns First-Ever Summit League Tournament Victory

The IPFW hitting came out in full force on Thursday, as the Mastodons pounded out 19 hits and 15 runs en route to a 15-5 win over the North Dakota State Bison in the program’s first-ever Summit League Tournament win.

Kate's Kart gives away its 100,000th book at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne, Ind. on May 21, 2015.

Kate’s Kart celebrates 100,000 book

The organization started in 2008 after a family’s daughter died from a heart defect. Her favorite thing to do while in the hospital was read.

These blue frogs are at the Fort Wayne Children's Zoo.

Wild on WANE: Reptile Room

Around 40,000 students saw animals as part of the Zoo’s traveling programs. Rob Lydick explores the reptiles in their programs on this week’s Wild on WANE.

City of Fort Wayne's Water Pollution Control Plant

City awarded for green initiatives

During the award ceremony, City Utilities presented a project that will turn sewage and restaurant grease into fuel to power the Water Pollution Control Plant.

FILE - In this Friday, May 23, 2014 file photo, former Defense Secretary Robert Gates addresses the Boy Scouts of America's annual meeting in Nashville, Tenn., after being selected as the organization's new president. On Thursday Gates said that the organization's longstanding ban on participation by openly gay adults is no longer sustainable, and called for change in order to avert potentially destructive legal battles. (AP Photo/Mark Zaleski, File)

Boy Scouts’ leader says ban on gay adults not sustainable

The national president of the Boy Scouts of America, Robert Gates, said Thursday that the ban on participation by openly gay adults is no longer sustainable, and called for change in order to avert potentially destructive legal battles.