Dr. Deb McMahan met with area healthcare providers, law enforcement and first responders to talk about what resources are available for people battling drug addiction and what more needs to be done.
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Schaefer’s Indiana Turf saw a strong start to the season with snowblower sales, but once winter hit it was missing the key ingredient – snow.
Comedian and political activist Dick Gregory made a stop in the Summit City to speak at IPFW Thursday.
Two local Red Cross volunteers recently returned from Flint, Michigan where they spent two weeks passing out water and filters to residents.
A committee created to focus on the financial viability of a possible downtown arena is expected to announce its recommendation to the city soon.
Dr. Jennifer McCormick spoke about ISTEP during her stop in Fort Wayne Friday.
Twelve Occupational Therapy students traveled more than 1,700 miles to provide disabled people with wheelchairs, canes and walkers.
Fort Wayne Education Association president, Julie Hyndman called the test a “moneymaker” for the company that produces it and said it has no benefit for students or teachers.
When the park was developed in 1995 it was built around a three acre lot where people lived, now those homeowners are ready to move and the park is ready to grow.
The whole ordeal cost more than $18,000 and the department said the response couldn’t have gone more smoothly.
More than 130 Indiana Michigan Power employees are in Kentucky, Virginia and West Virginia to help restore power in areas hit by the massive snow storm.
Northeast Indiana’s Regional Cities victory was celebrated Thursday night as people from the eleven counties represented in the plan came together.
Two crashes in the past four days involved a car crossing the median on I-69 in areas where there aren’t cable barriers, but INDOT said that’s about to change.
Several people called 911 reporting they heard anywhere from ten to 40 gunshots. The victim’s injuries were not considered life-threatening.
Fort Wayne’s water supply meets, and in some cases exceeds, federal and state regulations but if you own an older home there is a chance the water coming out of your faucet contains lead.
Evan McKinley, 17, is a junior at Warsaw Community High School and is running for Kosciusko County Council.
Homestead High School students hosted a Champions Together basketball game promoting acceptance for students of all levels and abilities Friday night.
The Northeastern Indiana Regional Coordination Council is looking for a name for the extensive trail system. Thursday night the organization held a public hearing to get ideas and input from the public.
Gov. Mike Pence said he will not support any bill that diminishes the religious freedom of Hoosiers or that interferes with the Constitutional rights of citizens.
Developers presented the general layout plans to the Plan Commission Monday night calling the design “unique”.