The Rescue Mission is a 144 bed facility, but often houses upwards of 175 men every night.
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Republicans said the state needs more than $1 billion a year over the next 20 years to help maintain and repair the state’s roads.
IPFW Mike Wolf says first and foremost Trump has to get up to speed about issues facing the United States.
Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry reflects on the record-breaking homicide rate in the city and talks about what the city and police are doing to combat crime in 2017.
The town of Waterloo is working to build a skatepark downtown.
Todd Smith plans on revamping Westland Mall on the city’s southwest side.
A Fort Wayne man spend Wednesday morning ringing a bell for the Red Kettle campaign, but he also was spreading an important message that could have saved his wife’s life.
So far the Salvation Army has raised about 58 percent of its goal for this year’s Red Kettle campaign.
There are 11 places you can catch a train in Indiana. Right now, the closest to Fort Wayne are the Amtrak lines that run through Waterloo. It’s the fourth busiest line in the state with more than 20,000 riders this year.
Andrea Schroeder attended a community luncheon Friday to discuss her daughter’s battle with addiction and death.
The last part of the $27 million Cityscape project will begin soon and three units are already sold.
Thousands of toys have been donated all across the community, including at the Fort Wayne Police Department’s victim assistance office.
Two men are behind bars and police are searching for another involved in a kidnapping and robbery in May.
The Fort Wayne Police Department held a force training course for members of the community, teaching them what it takes to wear the badge.
Fifteen homes set to be torn down so crews can start on the multi-million dollar project to widen West State Boulevard are open to the public looking to salvage materials.
A group of IPFW students and alumni have started a petition to stop the realignment at the university.
Fort Wayne Police Chief Steve Reed talks why 2016 is the deadliest year on record and what police are doing to curb violence.
A group of Canterbury students were in Cuba the day Fidel Castro died.
The state will decide by November 28 if they will retry him on three counts of murder for the killings of three men in Lewis Street home back in February.
All testimony is over for the trial of Artavius Richards, one of the suspects in a triple homicide on Lewis Street in February.