Addison Agen continues her quest to win “The Voice.”
Fort Wayne City Council has been concerned about the purchase agreement between the city and the sellers of the North River property. Last week they wondered why they couldn’t see the results of an environmental study, and why the seller doesn’t want to be liable for land remediation. This week they got some answers, but not all minds were changed.
Sheriff David Gladieux has not be in support of the mail system for months. After a life-threatening exposure, he’s taking a strong stance.
The December 2014 bust was considered one of the largest heroin distribution takedowns ever in northern Indiana.
A man stole at least $15 out of a donation boot for military veterans and their families at the All-American Shell gas station off Dupont Road in the Dupont Village.
Kathryn E. Mitchell racked up more than $94,000 in charges on the card according to Indiana State Police. She was arrested Tuesday.
Ride share service Uber is coming clean about a hack that 57 million customers.
Several lights were damaged at the Veteran’s Memorial in Schnelker Park. The lights were replaced as a cost of more than $1,000.
Organization Day at the Statehouse brings lawmakers together to plan agenda for 2018.
The Fort Wayne Police Department as one of two in northern Indiana to receive a grant from the Department of Justice’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services.
Temps fall on Wednesday. Thanksgiving’s forecast remains dry.
Lawmakers passed legislation in April allowing certain patients with treatment-resistant epilepsy to use cannabidiol, but the state attorney general on Tuesday issued an opinion that the law did not legalize the substance.
Charlie Rose’s co-hosts on “CBS This Morning” sharply condemned their colleague who initially was suspended and then fired Tuesday after the airing of sexual misconduct allegations that included groping female staffers and walking around naked in front of them, saying that it’s a time of reckoning in society.
Despite gas prices being significantly higher than they were a year ago, AAA expects this to be the busiests Thanksgiving holiday travel weekend since 2005.
The Fort Wayne Police Department has released a photo taken by a surveillance camera at a Fort Wayne bar that shows a woman who has been identified as a “person of interest” in the ongoing investigation of the death of a man who was killed by a blow to the head back in September.
The night is a tradition for many families.
Addison Agen, a Concordia Lutheran High School student, is one of 12 finalists on “The Voice,” which airs Mondays and Tuesdays on NBC.
One of the top freshman in the entire nation, Caleb Furst made his debut for Blackhawk Christian. He scored 10 points as the Braves beat beat Liberty Christian, 83-41.
Agen was the first singer to find out that she is moving on.
Woodlan is heading to the state championship game for the first time since 1981 and we are proud to honor the Warriors as the Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
The groups want Hulu to provide audio tracks that describe a scene, facial expressions or actions during a pause in dialogue.
The settlement, which stems from the car company’s emissions scandal, is in addition to a $69 million settlement reached with the auto company to resolve a separate lawsuit.
Republican legislative leaders say they want the Indiana General Assembly’s upcoming session to focus on taking action to fight opioid abuse and improve job training opportunities.