Three presidential candidates and a former U.S. President will visit Fort Wayne over the next several days.
Former President Bill Clinton will campaign for his wife at McMillen Park Community Center on the city’s south side.
Here’s why the City says it’s evicting a number of people who are homeless in Fort Wayne.
Three Rivers Distilling Co. opened at 224 E. Wallace St. in Fort Wayne with a ceremonial ribbon cutting on Friday. It will produce vodka, gin, and white rum, along with aged spirits such as whiskey and dark rum later.
With the 34th overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft the Dallas Cowboys selected Fort Wayne native Jaylon Smith on Friday night.
Donald Trump will hold a rally at the Memorial Coliseum Sunday afternoon.
Ted Cruz is desperately seeking momentum in his fight to block Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump from claiming the delegate majority before the GOP’s national convention in July.
The Democratic candidate will visit Fort Wayne for the first time before Tuesday’s Primary.
While presidential candidates are grabbing headlines, several local candidates are campaigning for state positions.
Fire investigators said the fire sparked in the kitchen, but they don’t know yet what caused it.
Gary Thompson’s lawyer filed documents this week seeking a change of venue for the trial on murder and arson charges stemming from the November 2012 explosion.
‘Tapestry: A Day for You’ is an annual event that raises thousands of dollars for scholarships at IPFW.
Up to 1″ of rain possible by Saturday night
Police and medics were called around 8 a.m. Thursday to S.R. 3 near C.R. 1000S after a van veered off S.R. 3 and crashed.
Indiana Supreme Court Justice Brent Dickson joined the court in January 1986. Dickson’s retirement ceremony will be webcast live Friday afternoon from the court’s Statehouse courtroom.
The former US president will discuss how Hillary Clinton plans to “raise incomes, get results for all communities, and break down the barriers that are holding Hoosier families back.
For people passing by the Grand Wayne Center on Thursday, it wasn’t obvious that Ted Cruz was speaking inside the building.
The man wearing a panda suit claiming to have a bomb was shot and wounded by police outside a Baltimore TV station.
The third annual Kickstart festival gets underway Sunday, May 1 with two events, one of which is the Parkview Trauma Centers “Share the Road” campaign Helmet Giveaway.
Indiana offensive lineman Jason Spriggs was selected by the Green Bay Packers in the second round and with the 48th overall pick of the 2016 NFL Draft on Friday evening at the Auditorium Theater of Roosevelt University in Chicago.
The Colts turned to their needs on defense Friday night and put emphasis on speed, selecting Clemson safety T.J. Green with the No. 57 overall pick in the second round of the NFL draft.
Ruddy Giron started the furious two-out rally with a double on a pop fly that landed between the Burlington (8-13) shortstop and left fielder, advancing Jhonatan Pena to third. Hutton Moyer’s fielding error allowed Pena to score and Michael Gettys to reach first.
Paul George and George Hill combined for 24 second-half points Friday to help Indiana pull away for a 101-83 victory over the Raptors to force a decisive Game 7 on Sunday in Toronto.
Scoring was not hard to come by in the Komets 6-4 win over the Utah Grizzlies in game one of the western conference semi-finals.