Boat operator, 20, hit with 5 charges

Police said the 20-year-old was drunk and operating a 21-foot boat that made a violent turn and threw ten people into the water of Lake Gage.

Doppler 15 Fury Forecast

Another mild day with low humidity. Increasing temperatures by tomorrow and showers and storms are back by the end of the work week.

Middle School Baking Camp at Ivy Tech is Positively Fort Wayne

A middle school baking camp held at Ivy Tech Community College teaches students how to bake biscuits, cream pies, cheesecakes and other dishes while learning about food preparation and safety.

Tiny jellyfish reported in Lake Erie

Freshwater jellyfish — about the size of a penny or quarter — are translucent, slimy blobs that inhabit lakes, streams, ponds, and some rivers in Pennsylvania and much of the northeastern United States.

Advocates fear Trump budget will erode progress in housing

Sharron Liggins, executive director of the Continuum of Care Network of Northwest Indiana, said that if the proposed cuts come to fruition, it will “erode the progress” that’s been made in reducing homelessness.

TinCaps Fan 15 En Route to Series Win

The TinCaps continued their scorching-hot second half on Monday night as their pitching staff struck out 15 while allowing one run on six hits.

Monday Memories: Parkview Field debuts in 2009

The franchise moved from near Memorial Colesium to downtown Fort Wayne for the 2009 season. During the changeover, they also switched the names from the Wizards to the TinCaps. 

Bishop Luers alum named principal

Jim Huth, a 1981 graduate of Bishop Luers High School, served as assistant principal of Bishop Luers since 2014 after two years as the school’s athletics director.