A graduation party on May 25 last year now has an Allen County man facing a felony charge under Indiana’s social host law.
Community Health Systems’ board of directors reportedly felt the $2.4 billion offer submitted by a group of 10 local doctors undervalued the network by at least $1 billion
The church appeared to have been shot six times, however the damage may actually have been caused by a lawnmower.
The 101st running of the Indy 500 will be Sunday, May 28. Defending champion Scott Dixon is on the pole.
Water coming from taps in Fort Wayne has an odor and taste that’s typical following heavy rains like what we’ve experienced recently.
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There’s more rain headed our way this week.
NIPSO used eminent domain to buy land rights from hundreds of landowners for a 200-foot-wide easement for the $300 million “Reynolds to Topeka” line.
Investigators told NewsChannel 15 a person was shot in the leg.
Strong storms last week knocked out power to residents in Paulding County and damaged several barns.
Scott Dixon and Dario Franchitti were robbed at gunpoint at a Taco Bell just down from Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The suspect allegedly had sexual contact with both men and women, including rendezvous in Indianapolis with up to 15 partners
338 jobs would be cut by July 20. Another 290 will be out of work by Dec. 22. The work will be outsourced to Mexico.
For the first time in three years, Trine is heading to the DIII National Softball Championship and they will face Amherst on Thursday.
A trio of Wayne Generals signed on Monday to continue their athletic careers in college.
Last week he went 12-for-26 (.462) with 3 home runs, a triple, 3 doubles, and 6 RBIs in 7 games.
The six-foot-two guard averaged 10.8 points as a senior for the Legends.
Legislation headed for passage in the Texas Legislature this month could effectively divulge the identity of transgender students to classmates in public schools.
Remarks by a top U.S. health official have reignited a quarrel in the world of addiction and recovery: Does treating opioid addiction with medication save lives? Or does it trade one addiction for another?
The order banning motorized boats and other watercraft will remain in effect on the West Lakes chain at least through Memorial Day.
Fort Wayne police have released photos of a man suspected of taking part in a possible burglary last Friday at a downtown office, retail and residential building.