The East Noble School Corporation Board of Trustees voted Wednesday that it would not spend more than $38.8 million to build a new middle school.
Kosciusko County Sheriff’s deputies say how one of their latest pursuits ended has sparked some conversation among law enforcement and the community.
With Wednesday’s approval by the Board of Trustees’ executive committee, tuition at Purdue’s West Lafayette campus will remain at $10,002 for in-state residents and $28,804 for non-residents.
Democratic state Rep. Sheila Klinker of Lafayette told second-graders at a West Lafayette elementary school Wednesday that she’ll back a bill the make the firefly the state insect.
Over the past 48 hours, the Summit City has seen nearly $1.3 billion in investments. With two of the county’s five largest employers announcing expansion plans, along with downtown city projects, construction companies will be vying for work and have plenty of options for the new few years.
Michigan’s Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs filed an administrative complaint earlier this month against Fort Wayne, Indiana-based Francis John Deisler.
The $80 million facility will bring all outpatient cancer treatment under one roof.
The $65,000 anonymous donation will cover one flight of veterans to Washington, D.C.
Pools are open and many schools are letting out for summer, meaning kids will be enjoying a lot of time in the sun. But a new report says 80 percent of sunscreen products don’t work to the level they claim.
Mostly sunny skies will take over today with the threat of rain diminishing through afternoon. Highs will be in the lower to middle 80s … More »
A truck collided with an SUV, sending one person to an area hospital.
A Lafayette carnival was shut down Tuesday evening after several children were injured on a ride. Some of the kids were taken to the hospital.
Police said a husband and wife took two cars at gunpoint Tuesday before leading officers on a chase.
Indiana motorists who obey the speed limit in the left lanes of multi-lane highways soon will be required to move over to allow faster vehicles to pass or risk $500 fines.
Authorities say the victim told police that the man beat him with a hammer and woke him up about 6 a.m. Sunday.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler figurines will feature a fold-out diorama of the “Weekend Update” set.
The make-up tests are scheduled for a Saturday after the high school’s final exams.
More Americans sought unemployment benefits last week, though the overall level remains low and points to a healthy job market.
Coca-Cola also made it clear it is unhappy with the scandals rocking the organization.
Most of the 1,412 heat-related deaths so far have occurred where temperatures have soared up to 117 degrees Fahrenheit.
Former New York Gov. George Pataki is the latest Republican to get into the race for president.
The arrest culminated a six-month investigation involving the Los Angeles Fire Department, LAPD and the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, but officials would not say what evidence led them to the suspect.
Since the Australian Adventure opened at the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo back in 1987, visitors have had the chance to see dingoes. Rob Lydick explores in this week’s Wild on WANE.
The weather wreaked havoc on the local baseball and softball sectional schedule on Wednesday, but East Noble and Snider fans came away happy after a long night at DeKalb High School.
Two of the state’s top teams will meet Thursday night for the girls regional tennis title as 16th-ranked Carroll and no. 13 Canterbury both swept their way through the regional semifinals on Wednesday night.
Former Fort Wayne City Councilwoman Liz Brown announced Wednesday that she’s running for Indiana’s Third District Congressional seat. She currently represents District 15 in the Indiana State Senate.