In a series of special reports, we look at the lengthy list of developments happening around downtown Fort Wayne. Week 4 features the area southeast of the Allen County Courthouse and events that celebrate the community.
The number of public school students identified as homeless or housing unstable dropped from more than 17,400 to more than 16,100 from academic years 2015 and 2016.
Police responded to the 600 block of Putnam Street at 5:30 p.m. where they found a man suffering from a stab wound in the neck. Moments later, the suspect was determined to be the victim’s son.
Police were dispatched to the scene around 6 p.m. to the 2700 block of West State Boulevard.
The arrest stemmed from an investigation which found the attorney made unauthorized withdrawals from an estate.
Temps get a boost Tuesday with an increasing potential at rain and thunderstorms.
According to the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office in Arizona, defensive lineman David Parry faces charges of robbery, resisting arrest and theft.
A new grant from FEMA could help address flooding concerns. Indiana’s Department of Homeland Security was given $676,000 in federal grants to buy flood-prone homes and tear them down in Decatur and Fort Wayne. Four of them are in Fort Wayne.
With the Regional Cities Initiative funding running out, Northeast Indiana’s economic leaders are deciding what to do with the remaining money and what happens after it’s finished.
The New Huntington Theater is being transformed into a bar and concert venue in the heart of the city.
The reward for information that could lead to the arrest of a suspect in the murders of two teen girls who were found dead near a northwest Indiana trail was raised to $96,000, state police said Monday.
A bomb squad officer in full explosives gear could be seen poking at a “suspicious box” at the scene.
The bill also encourages high schools to offer classes on world religions and affirms students’ right to wear religious clothing or jewelry.
Ziffles Zip n Go will serve “what we’ve always been known for at Ziffles,” including ribs, pulled pork and chicken along with specialty items.
The “Do Not Call/Do Not Answer” campaign began on February 8 and serves as a blueprint to combat unwanted phone calls from telemarketers as well as criminals trying to scam people.
Jessica has been Weekend Sports Anchor/Reporter at WANE since February 2015.
Police in LaGrange County said during the search they found suspected methamphetamine, marijuana, drug paraphernalia, prescription drugs, and hypodermic needles.
Money is being raised to repair and restore more than 100 headstones that were vandalized at a Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia while police hunt for the person who toppled them.
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Senators from both political parties were deferential to Ross at his nearly four-hour confirmation hearing, which was much more subdued than the confirmation hearings of other Trump nominees.
Solar panel owners who feed surplus energy to the power grid are currently compensated at a retail market rate that helps pay off their investments.
he measure would have allowed judges to impose tougher sentences for crimes motivated by race, religion, sex, disability, gender identity or sexual orientation.