The grassroots group Coffee and Catharsis, along with Women in Black, a nationwide network for women’s rights, both organized the event to show solidarity against Donald Trump and his rhetoric in Angola and Fort Wayne Saturday.
Six airmen flew into Fort Wayne International Airport Friday night and were welcomed home by friends and family.
After a traffic stop conducted in Texas found 70 kilograms of cocaine, the driver of the vehicle worked with police to conduct a controlled delivery of a portion of the drugs to a man in Fort Wayne who was then arrested by Homeland Security agents.
Fort Wayne police are searching for the driver of a vehicle who gave a ride to homicide victim and U.S. veteran Stephania Bartlett nearly 12 hours before she was found shot to death in alley in early January.
Auburn Police successfully escorted a barricaded man and known fugitive out of the home five hours after they initially arrived. Auburn Police Chief Martin McCoy said that the man, wanted for a home invasion in DeKalb County, was initially making threats he would not be taken out alive.
Love, an eight-month-old pit bull mix, was by rescued Animal Care and Control with a muzzle taping his mouth shut, which caused extreme swelling. The Allen County SPCA is now committed to finding him a home.
Unseasonably warm weekend with highs nearly 30° above average
Representatives from several area law enforcement organizations were available to talk and share coffee with members of the community.
Trump spent his first night in the White House and is slated to start his first full day in office at a national prayer service Saturday morning.
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4A no. 4 North Side rallied from 11 points down in the fourth quarter to beat 4A no. 13 Homestead in a key SAC contest 62-60 in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”
44 Fort Wayne restaurants will offer three-course, value-priced menus during the fourth annual Savor Fort Wayne.
A person was taken the hospital after being initially pinned inside their vehicle, which flipped over after a crash at the intersection of Stellhorn and Reed roads.
Eager to demonstrate his readiness to take actions, Trump went directly to the Oval Office, before the Friday evening inaugural balls, and signed his first executive order as president — on “Obamacare.”
IPFW students gathered Friday morning for a panel discussion and viewing of the inauguration.
Now that former Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is the new vice president, residents are hopeful his home state could again reap some benefits.
More than 20 young men went through different police training scenarios Friday with FWPD.
The robbery took place just before 8 a.m. at a Fifth Third Bank branch. Police are looking for two suspects and the FBI is also involved in the investigation.
The shooter, a 17-year-old senior, used a shotgun and intended to harm more than the student who was hit.
A pickup truck and a school bus crashed at East Washington Boulevard and Clay Street early Friday. No students were injured.
The old farmhouse is known as the Dunham house and was built by Obama’s great-great-grandfather, William Riley Dunham.
Jeff Matchett from AT&T stopped by FirstNews Saturday to talk about some the latest fitness wearables to make workouts a little more bearable.
The Outdoor Lake and Cabin Show will feature outdoor gear, tackle, apparel, guns, fishing trips, kayaks, biking, camping, water sports, and seminars with demos by the pros.