In the president’s proposed budget he calls for Amtrak funding to be cut for long distance routes, which would impact all three lines in Indiana.
More stories by Holly Campbell
The coworking space in downtown Fort Wayne has grown exponentially since it first opened five months ago.
The Butler Police Department has been designated a “safe zone” for people to meet to make online transactions.
Adams Central Community Schools has been dealing with brown water for nearly three weeks, but the town’s utility superintendent said the Indiana Department of Environmental Management never notified him of issues.
The YWCA opened its new facility that brings all its programs under one roof.
The CEO of Physicians Health Plan, based in Fort Wayne, weighed in on the proposed plan rolled out by Republicans.
The New Huntington Theater is being transformed into a bar and concert venue in the heart of the city.
The city is urging residents to stay up to date through a forum website called Fence Post.
Fort Wayne Community Schools superintendent Wendy Robinson weighed in on the district’s challenges as well as Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.
Lawmakers want to make all school employees go through expanded background checks every five years.
Huntington County has been using the emergency alert system called Code Red and said it has been used a number of times to alert residents of emergencies.
Kosciusko County Sheriff Aaron Rovenstine allegedly accepted some $40,000 in exchange for granting special privileges to an inmate at Kosciusko County Jail and a visitor to the jail.
After the first trial of Artavius Richards ended with a hung jury in November, he is facing another jury this week.
The president has signed an executive order implementing “new vetting measure” to prevent terrorists from entering the United States.
A Hoosier veteran is pushing for the legalization of medical cannabis and has gained support from three major veteran organizations.
Crews have started the process to improve Bass Road as they cut down trees to clear the area.
More than 20 young men went through different police training scenarios Friday with FWPD.
Mike Armstrong Jr. said he was a troubled teen but he has since turned his life around thanks to the programs available through Fort Wayne UNITED.
Breanna Arnold was sentenced to 20 years in prison for felony dealing in methamphetamine. Neglect charges related to the death of her 3-year-old son were dropped.
Attendance at Pokagon State Park’s is way up compared to years past.