By the end of the week, a deal between the city and owners of the North River property should be done. Those in favor of it said the city is set to generate millions in revenue.
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More inmates are getting the chance to start addiction recovery while in prison. Over the last few months, the Indiana Department of Corrections has been working to make medical-assisted treatment available to more inmates.
A South Dakota state representative and his brother-in-law drowned in an apparent kayaking accident in the Cook Islands in the South Pacific, where they were attending a wedding for the lawmaker’s daughter, officials said Thursday.
After last year’s innaugural New Year’s Eve ball drop in Downtown Fort Wayne organizers heard one thing– there needs to be a real ball. This year the event will feature a real ball drop and is expanding to a new venue.
Three people who pleaded guilty in the death of a man strangled with a pair of jumper cables and dumped over an embankment after an apparent overdose are headed to prison.
The people come forward to Aly Raisman almost daily now. Random strangers. Men and women of various ages, races and backgrounds. They see the six-time Olympic medal-winning gymnast out in public and approach with a hug to give and a story to tell.
Fort Wayne City Council has been concerned about the purchase agreement between the city and the sellers of the North River property. Last week they wondered why they couldn’t see the results of an environmental study, and why the seller doesn’t want to be liable for land remediation. This week they got some answers, but not all minds were changed.
Developers closed on the old GE campus in September. With redevelopment, it will be called Electric Works. Just two short months later developers and community leaders hosted hundreds at a block party. It’s the site’s first public event.
The Fort Wayne Community Schools’ Board is wrapping up a group of first-of-their-kind meetings. The board held engagement meetings at all five high schools.
Addison Agen is putting in 13-hour days in L.A. She’s practicing with Adam Levine ahead of ‘The Voice’ live performances, and doing homework.
A purchase agreement for the city to buy the North River property expires at the end of this month. Tuesday night some City Council members said they would not vote for the agreement as it’s currently written.
Some of the world’s most famous pieces of art still sit in European museums, and will for generations. But have you ever wondered how did it survive the most destructive war in history– World War II? Robert Edsel asked that same question. It’s an extradoridnay tale, and Edsel was in Fort Wayne on Tuesday to tell it.
A shooting early Thursday morning left two women dead, and another in the hospital. Two of those victims were members of the same family.
The woman was located several hours at Fort Wayne police asked for the public’s help in locating her.
Winners at the show included Miranda Lambert (female vocalist of the year), Brothers Osborne (vocal duo of the year) and Jon Pardi (new artist of the year). Campbell and Willie Nelson won musical event of the year for “Funny How Time Slips Away.”
A group of Indiana prosecutors said marijuana has no place in the Hoosier State.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) -An iconic bakery in Fort Wayne is closing. Aunt Millie’s said there won’t be any bread made Downtown by April … More »
The restaurant that’s taken up a corner of the Ash Skyline Plaza is closing. The Golden’s Owner, Aaron Butts, said the restaurant’s last day at that location will be Sunday.
There have been times Samantha Vance have needed a friend. She found her friends, but wants to make sure everyone else never feels the way she did.
Community Health Systems, which owns Lutheran Health Network, reported more losses in the third quarter. The company saw a 16-percent decrease in revenue compared to this time last year. In a statement outlining the report, it appears CHS is also looking to sell more hospitals.