The Fort Wayne Police Department responded to reports of shots fired Thursday afternoon.
A Churubusco family is hoping whoever stole a helmet from a memorial along U.S. 33 will give it back.
The driver told police his car veered off a road Thursday morning in Whitley County, struck a tree and caught fire. His 80-year-old passenger died in the crash.
In the history of Fort Wayne high school football few coaches can match the intimidating glare on the sideline of Snider’s Russ Isaacs.
Roger Carlson, 37, was found guilty of the four counts against him by a jury in July.
Police arrested five people during an afternoon raid at Freimann Square in downtown Fort Wayne.
During the chase, which ended at the intersection of State and Coliseum boulevards, eight cars were damaged.
The Auburn Board of Public Works and Safety voted to suspend officers Steve Ryan and Steve Vallance for procedural infractions at the suggestion of Police Chief Martin McCoy.
The state launched its new Healthy Hoosiers Foundation on Thursday, which will provide funding for programs through the state’s health department.
Volunteers with Study Connection were honored Thursday. Leaders at FWCS said the program provides more than just academic help.
The lawsuit filed Thursday in federal court in Indianapolis contends the law that took effect July 1 violates Indiana voters’ First Amendment rights.
About two inches of water flooded the building Thursday morning.
A day after two journalists were slain on live television, their colleagues at a Virginia morning newscast returned to the air with memories and tears.
No word if any arrests were made in connection with the investigation.
Work week ends on a warmer note.
Zachary Barker won’t be sentenced until the case against young Owen Collins’ mother, Breanna Arnold, is flushed out.
The billionaire developer made the announcement shortly after taking the stage at an appearance in South Carolina and called a woman onstage to tug on his hair.
Cedar Canyon Elementary students and staff this week are celebrating the life of second grade teacher Chris Dodane, who was killed Aug. 12 on his way to school on the first day of the year. The entire school will participate in “Cedar Canyon Remembers … Celebrating the Life of Mr. Dodane.”
A large pile of trash that stretches across a front yard is upsetting neighbors who want the trash picked up.
Two people inside the truck had minor injuries.
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Brian Kelly announced defensive lineman Sheldon Day, defensive back Matthias Farley, linebackers Joe Schmidt and Jaylon Smith and center Nick Martin have been named captains.
The Pacers will return to Fort Wayne for the first time since 2008 when they meet the Charlotte Hornets, Thursday, Oct. 22, at 7:00 p.m. at War Memorial Coliseum.
The game against the Hoosiers – on December 9 – will be the first time that the Mastodons and Hoosiers have faced off.
Plenty of eyes will be on Spuller Stadium this Friday night at Bishop Luers and Snider go head-to-head in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”
The storm, which forecasters said could reach Florida as a hurricane on Monday, knocked out power and water supplies on Dominica as it dumped 15 inches of rain.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says it is the 12th case reported in the United States this year and fourth fatality.
The auto parts supplier will build a factory that could employ 400 workers in the next few years.
A Marion County judge initially ruled in favor, which prompted the BMV to suspended Indiana’s personalized license plate program.
his probably isn’t what the United Nations had in mind when it established the International Day of Peace.
Neil Henry began the trick by drinking a glass of alphabet soup and swallowing a string.
MSU spokesman Sid Salter told The Associated Press in a phone interview Thursday that the person had been arrested. He declined to give any further information.