More stories by WANE Staff Reports

Indiana Senate leader David Long to retire

Long, a Republican from Fort Wayne, has served in the Senate for 22 years, the past 12 as the Senate leader. He will retire from the Senate in November.

By the numbers: Valentine’s Day spending

Millions of Americans will give candy, flowers and other goodies to their loved ones for Valentine’s Day. Just how much will we spend on the holiday? Here’s a look at results from a recent National Retail Federation survey.

Indiana facing larger school funding gap than projected

State Department of Education officials warned school districts in November that they faced cutting per-student payments to schools as the state budget’s $7 billion for K-12 education this school year won’t fully fund all students.

Police: Body of infant found buried in yard

Officers went to a home around 5:30 p.m. Sunday on a report of a dead infant and found the baby’s body buried behind a residence. No cause of death has been determined.

Study reveals best Valentine’s Day gifts

With Valentine’s Day coming up, you may be thinking of getting your significant other chocolates or flowers. But a study found those gifts may not be received.

Tipped semi shuts down I-69 lane

The semi damaged some 200 feet of guardrail before it rolled over onto its driver’s side, ensnarled on a guardrail.

Year-round farmers market to open at Electric Works

The Fort Wayne Farmers Market and the YLNI Market will combine in September. The year-round, permanent, indoor-outdoor public market will open at Electric Works after construction is complete.