Armed volunteers outside of military recruiting centers are receiving a positive response from the Fort Wayne community.
The number of people treated with STDs has gone up, and some studies blame the use of social media apps that make it easy to anonymously have sex.
Four North Side High School students participated in this summer’s pilot program, working at Press-Seal Gasket Corporation and Riverside Manufacturing.
Troy Guenin’s counsel urged the court to keep him out of jail, arguing the importance of his ability to support his three children. Prosecutors disagreed, saying he was a threat to approach his victim.
A community-wide memorial service will be held Saturday for Navy Petty Officer Randall Smith of Paulding.
Jeffrey Peppler pleaded guilty to murder in connection with the fatal stabbing of his sister in Angola back in January. He also stabbed his mother, who was critically injured.
According to the Indiana Attorney General’s Office about 1.5 million Hoosiers may have been affected and 3.9 million people across the country may have been impacted.
While much of the weekend will be dry, some periods of scattered rain are expected.
Indiana is among 20 states that could see gas price averages drop below $2.00 a gallon before Christmas according to a report issued by GasBuddy.
A viewer sent in a photo of the name in question that was seen scrolling across a billboard in Fort Wayne.
The two men were arrested after the car they were in was pulled over by police after a shooting victim showed up at a Fort Wayne gas station.
The arrest was made following a traffic stop Thursday and was the result of a month long investigation.
In the Zimbabwean government’s first official comment on the killing of Cecil the lion, the environment, water and climate minister lashed out at Walter James Palmer, accusing him even of trying to hurt Zimbabwe’s image.
Fort Wayne Community Schools were forced to cut bus routes and change school start and end times because of a $2.5 million transportation cut.
While family and friends mourn the loss of two people killed in a crash last Saturday, some are calling for changes to the intersection where it happened.
Navistar is phasing out operations at its Fort Wayne test track, pulling the last plug out of Fort Wayne.
Police matched the woman’s DNA from a sexual assault test to Carlson.
Nathan Hunt said he is okay with the decision to not send his ex-wife to prison, but he feels like the sentence doesn’t fit the crime.
The TinCaps beat the West Michigan Whitecaps, 2-1, in walk-off fashion on Friday night at a sold-out Parkview Field to jump into first place in the Midwest League Eastern Division.
While the Big Ten East gets all the attention, with the defending national champions at Ohio State and Jim Harbaugh-mania at Michigan, the conference’s western division is mostly in flux.
Reigning NECC big school champion West Noble will be challenged to repeat in 2015 as several conference schools look for rebound performances this fall.
With ACAC powerhouse Leo gone to the Northeast 8, the conference race is wide open in 2015.
The first year of the Northeast 8 promises much intrigue, as former ACAC power Leo and Huntington North join six former NHC teams to form one of the top conferences in the northern part of the state.
Change is the name of the game in the SAC this fall as Homestead and Carroll join a conference already known for excellence on the gridiron. With Snider, Wayne, and Bishop Luers all claiming a share of the SAC’s Victory Bell last season the 2015 campaign will be one to keep an eye on each week.
Details of how the plane crashed are unclear, although local media say the aircraft was struck by a lightning bolt while flying through bad weather.
Superintendent Dr. Charles Prijatelj says crews are spraying pesticides outside the school and the district plans to fog the entire building. Staff have already sealed cracks in the school’s walls.
Teams from throughout the area gathered Friday at North Side High School for Northeast Indiana High School Football Media Day.
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For the 22nd year, some FWCS employees packed backpacks with items necessary to ensure a good start to the school year for some elementary students in need.
Two leading lawmakers on education issues say the Indiana Legislature should look at ways to stem the state’s declining number of new teachers.