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“Anathema” gives society a blueprint of how to accept and embrace the LGBTQ community.
The city has proposed to build a roundabout at the the intersection of Goshen Ave., Sherman Blvd. and Lillian Ave. But one store will be getting the boot and the owner is not happy about it.
A man hoping to help end gun violence is walking from Chicago to the White House stopped in Fort Wayne to raise awareness.
The fines will range from $5 to $30.
Elkhart-based Forest River is bringing an RV plant to Ligonier – a city of just 4,400 people.
Five Van Wert Entrepreneurs hope their brewing dreams will bring the community together.
The Fort Wayne Police Department has added two new “Air Support Units” to its arsenal.
A lot Gangsters Grille’s value is rooted in the legend that it was once a bank, robbed by history’s most notorious Hoosier: John Dillinger.
Shepherd’s house was denied a grant worth about 496,000 from the Department of Veterans Affairs, about 80% of their annual budget.
A day after an Ohio State Fair thrill ride malfunctioned, killed a man and injured seven others, we’re uncovering ride safety protocols at this year’s Allen County Fair.
The event took its second go-around yesterday touting the best of the street’s art, music, food and brew.
Three weeks after an intentionally set fire at Eckhart Public Library in Auburn, we went inside to look at the exhaustive damage.
According to the new law, Allen County can remove, store, and dispose of abandoned cars on properties.
The Auburn community’s goal was to give the 23-year-old woman her last wish: to take her long-time boyfriend’s last name before she passes away.
The Ashley Fire Department remembered the lives of two of the town’s greatest public service leaders, Randy McEntarfer and Don Farrington, by painting their names permanently on the newly restored Rescue 11 fire truck.
Animal Care and Control is asking people to keep pets inside at all times when fireworks are being set off.. because the noise can cause dogs or cats to go into a panic.
The Riverfront development officially started today with the groundbreaking for Promenade Park.
Four city councilmen question whether mayor’s environmental responsibility will make Fort Wayne “cease to welcome new jobs which have carbon footprints?”
More than 100 third through twelfth graders played in the Charity Challenge for the Chamble Family, an event in honor of the late Peytin Chamble.