Police were called around noon Monday to the area around the Hanna and Oxford streets intersection on a report of a shooting.
A man was hospitalized Sunday evening in serious condition, but downgraded to critical condition at the hospital. He died early Monday.
The money will help the Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation Department finish projects started in 2015 as well as fund new projects in 2016.
Jean Russell, a literacy specialist at Haverhill Elementary School, is a 25-year veteran teacher. She has taught at the SACS district for 21 years.
Fort Wayne police have released a surveillance photo of one of the two men believed to be involved in a series of thefts from vehicles at gas stations that have taken place while the victim was pumping gas.
Manager Christina Filippou, whose family has owned the Rib Room since it opened in 1957, said Monday the family cannot continue operating the restaurant.
Indiana Red Cross volunteers, including a Fort Wayne man, are being deployed to South Carolina to aid in relief from historic flooding there that has killed nine to date.
PIctures of the historic flooding taking place in South Carolina following a week of steady rain.
The suspect eventually came out of the home in the 1600 block of Fitchburg Place just after 7 a.m. He was taken to a local hospital for an evaluation.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources views the birds as an invasive species that’s “dangerous and aggressive,” however some people disagree.
However gas price analysts with GasBuddy expect prices to slowly start falling.
Amtrak says the Vermonter train derailed Monday morning in central Vermont after it struck a rock slide on the tracks.
Police were called to a gas station and movie theater about 45 minutes apart Sunday night.
Temperatures in the 70s for much of this week.
T-R Hagerty and Jason Meeks of the Angola fire department, and Chris Walker of the Fort Wayne Fire Department return from a high profile disaster training in Perry, Georgia.
The fire was discovered when a FWPD officer responded to reports of smoke and found a house fully in flames.
Early Sunday, emergency management officials sent a statewide alert telling people to stay off roads and remain indoors unless their homes were in danger of flooding.
A Fort Wayne road construction contractor is refusing demands from the state government for a $5 million refund for a section of highway that the state says is crumbling years earlier than expected.
Police initially responded to a reported stabbing, but later could not say how the victim died.
After two years of planning, City Exchange, a space that can hold more than a dozen, locally owned shops, held its grand opening Saturday.
With only two weeks of regular season football remaining conference races are tightening up with huge match-ups looming this Friday in the SAC and Northeast 8.
The Indiana Department of Transportation had sought permission to move the western Indiana bridge’s two sections to separate locations on the Salt Creek Trail, a walking trail that will eventually link Brown County State Park to Nashville’s town limits.
The 2015-16 season is here for Fort Wayne hockey fans as the Komets held their annual preseason press conference Monday afternoon and opened training camp later that day.
Even with all-conference guard Haley Seibert graduating IPFW returns six of the top seven scorers from last year’s team.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller and 37 other attorneys general are urging the Senate to pass the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act of 2015.
Trek the Trails will have its season ending bike ride under the stars at Foster Park in Fort Wayne.
The British company said Monday that its modernization of the plant on the city’s south side will reduce its costs by replacing outdated infrastructure and equipment dating back to World War II.
DNR officials will release approximately 400 rainbow trout in a small pond at Shoaff Park before the event. The trout will measure about 13-14 inches long.
A memorable story out of California where a 20 pound dog came face to face with three bears who had gotten into a family’s home.
The captain of the 790-foot El Faro planned to bypass Hurricane Joaquin, but some kind of mechanical failure left the U.S. container ship with 33 people aboard helpless and tragically adrift in the path of the powerful storm, the vessel’s owners say.
Just days after a deadly shooting in Oregon, Hillary Rodham Clinton will unveil new gun control measures on Monday aimed at strengthening background checks on gun buyers and eliminating legal immunity for sellers.
Heavy rain kept falling into the early hours Monday around the Carolinas from the storm that began swamping the Southeast late last week, part of an unprecedented low pressure system.