It’s been a slow lake season so far this year, but that’s expected to change this holiday weekend.
Zachary Barker,16, and his attorney didn’t fight the waiver to adult court during a hearing Thursday afternoon.
The employees said their resignations were due to the Supreme Court’s decision to allow same-sex marriages.
She gave them cup after cup of free lemonade to cool down after fighting a basement fire.
Officer Perry Renn and his partner responded to a report of shots fired near the intersection of 34th Street and Forest Manor Avenue.
Heavy rains have led to an increase in the mosquito population.
The cracks and explosions of fireworks can mimic the sounds of war, putting veterans on edge.
Nice stretch of weather on tap for the holiday weekend.
Two people said they should be allowed to attend church services even when they are held on the same property as schools under Indiana’s law.
Charles W. Provance was last seen Wednesday afternoon. Police believe he may need medical attention.
Drone video from Huntington University showing the dam at Roush Lake on July 1.
The train’s three air-conditioned box cars are used as galleries on the themes of transportation, land use, talent and community.
Rolling Stones will be in Indianapolis on Saturday.
Dozens of dogs were confiscated from a Muncie home and 18 others were found dead in a freezer.
Prosecutors say Bradbury made threats on his Facebook page against specific police officers and judges.
A beloved resident of Sesame Street since she was a teenager, the character Maria owned the neighborhood repair shop with husband Luis.
He was wearing a military ballistic panel carrier, and had an AR-15 rifle with multiple ammunition magazines.
The TinCaps came from behind to defeat the Dayton Dragons, 6-2, at Fifth Third Field on Thursday night.
Mad Ants forward C.J. Fair will get his chance to impress Boston’s brass in the near future, as Fair will suit up for the Celtics in summer league play.
Geronimo Berroa, Jr., Dezmon Nunn and Clay Wallace all signed contracts to play in the Ozarks Professional Baseball League.
City crews installed four more Blue Star Banners in Fort Wayne to honor men & women who are actively deployed.
A family that struggled with homelessness is moving into a new house on the Vincent Village campus.
George Hill spent two decades volunteering in the Fort Wayne Police Department’s lab.