Auburn Police Chief Martin McCoy discusses a case of missing evidence from his department.

Auburn Police look into missing evidence “unresolved”

Results from an internal investigation will be turned over to the Auburn Police Disciplinary Review Board to look into whether the department’s internal policy and procedures were violated, and if disciplinary actions are necessary.

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Stutzman job fair next week at IPFW

Representatives from 76 employers with more than 2,800 jobs to fill will be on hand to meet with job seekers. That is nearly 10 percent more employers than attended last year’s job fair, organizers said.

Jelani, the large male giraffe at the Fort Wayne Children's Zoo, turned 17 on Monday.

Zoo giraffe celebrates 17th birthday

Zoo officials gave the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo’s large male giraffe a fruit and vegetable “cake” made of apples, lettuce and carrots.

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Milwaukee archdiocese settles for $21 million

The Roman Catholic archdiocese provided details of the settlement with victims of clergy abuse to The Associated Press on Tuesday before releasing them more broadly.


Pet of the Week 8/4/15


Snookums is a 7 month old female black and white Longhaired Rabbit. This pet has been at the shelter since July 22, 2015.… More »


Sheriff’s office asks drug dealers to turn in their rivals

A Kentucky sheriff’s office posted a flyer Monday afternoon. It features an image of a marijuana leaf and says, “Is your drug dealing competition costing you money? We offer a free service to help you eliminate your drug competition!”