The Allen County sheriff is saving his dogs from the horrible conditions of their current k-9 training center. He has finally finished collecting the funding to build them a modern facility.
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Carroll High School graduate Amber Talarico returned to town Sunday to screen her new documentary about the ups and downs of freelance makeup artistry.
In his annual State of the 6th District address, City Councilman Glynn Hines discussed a new housing project, but also his frustration with a lack of growth.
Huntington’s mayor and the fire chief held a press conference to update their community on the massive fire that took place at a downtown building Wednesday.
More than 24 hours later, firefighters are still extinguishing flames at a two-story brick building in Huntington.
A Warsaw veteran is finally coming home and a brand new house will be waiting for him when he gets back thanks to a military nonprofit.
They were able to get two adults and four children out of the home safely before firefighters arrived.
With the Regional Cities Initiative funding running out, Northeast Indiana’s economic leaders are deciding what to do with the remaining money and what happens after it’s finished.
10-year-old Jagger Hurraw makes paper planes to raise money for Honor Flight Northeast Indiana, an organization that sends veterans to Washington D.C. to see the national war memorials.
Fort Wayne International Airport helped families with children who have autism experience boarding a plane to help calm their nerves.
Jonny Tracy and Alisa Arseneau were killed in Monday night’s fiery crash. by those close to them.
Jerry Vandeveer is paying for 15 billboards of his wife Linda to appear around Fort Wayne between February and July, promoting colonoscopies. She died of colon cancer in September 2016.
Fort Wayne City Utilities opened bids Thursday for the deep rock tunnel, the biggest public works project in the city’s history.
Snider High School graduate Kobi Libii is starring in Doubt, a new CBS legal drama that premieres February 15.
Grammy winners at Sweetwater share their award-winning experiences.
Allen County’s school districts are experiencing a shortage of substitute bus drivers.
A Fort Wayne man has to stand on a busy downtown street wearing a giant football costume after coming last place in his fantasy football league.
The Noble County Sheriff’s Department is reaching new heights with their new $13,000 drone.
Nearby residents and the neighborhood association are growing concerned with the effigy of the 45th President.
A Fort Wayne nursing sorority is tackling infant mortality with a string of public information announcements and a social media campaign.