It was a night of singing, a night of remembrance, and a night of light.
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Creek Chub Bait Company sat in the heart of Garrett for more than 60 years. The innovative lures live on with collectors, and in Garrett the memory of the groundbreaking business is not forgotten.
A Fort Wayne man was killed in one of the six crashes that have turned deadly since the start of the famous Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in Sturgis, South Dakota.
Every day Fort Wayne Animal Care and Control takes in animals turned in to the agency. It was business as usual earlier this week when Jeremiah was dropped off by someone who found him out in the county.
They’ve spent their whole life racing. Now they’re looking for a comfy couch to retire on. Hundreds of greyhounds will make their way to Northern Indiana. A local rescue agreed to take them in once an Alabama racing track closes.
Each kick will mean a little more cost a little more for Bishop Luers kicker Peyton Howe this season. The senior is dedicating his football season to helping kids with cancer.
Kevan Chandler has spinal muscular atrophy and gets around in a wheelchair, but to help pursue his dream of going to Europe he and his friends made a backpack for him. Last summer he went on that adventure, which he called his dream. Now he’s making backpacks for others with similar dreams.
Allen County has taken several steps to address the opiate crisis sweeping the nation. The Health Department opened a needle exchange program to help prevent the spread of diseases contracted by sharing needles like HIV and hepatitis C. Police and firefighters have also started carrying Narcan, the opiate reversal drug.
Troop Town Villages wants to build 50 tiny homes in Fort Wayne to house homeless veterans. The group’s Facebook page says the idea came from a tiny village built in Kansas City. Now the founder stepped away from the group leaving others desperately searching for a new director for it to survive.
Veterinarians at Fort Wayne Animal Care and Control perform dozens of procedures a year, for animals who need special medical attention. Those big bills are paid with the organization’s Angel Fund.
The U.S. House of Representatives helped President Trump get one step closer to fulfilling a major campaign promise. An appropriation bill passed the House Thursday that included $1.6 billion in funding for a wall at the U.S./Mexican border.
Fort Wayne is bringing back an iconic city theater. On Thursday a $5 million renovation of the Clyde Theatre got underway.
A lot of us wake up in the morning and start scrolling through Facebook. When one Wabash woman did just that it ended in a veteran getting his prized possessions that were stolen back.
Logjams happen when debris, often times whole trees, float down the river then get stuck underneath the bridges collecting more logs, trees and debris as the current passes by. More rain means more debris so some of the logjams have been larger this year.
An employee said a suspect took display phones, bluetooth headsets, and accessories.
The Northmen and Cathy gospel group has been singing and touring for 28 years. They’ve been to 40 states and six countries. Right now they’re getting ready for a large Christian music convention in Marion.
The Middle Waves Music Festival is getting ready for its second year. The festival will be September 15-16. There will be three stages and around 30 eclectic acts.
There’s a show for everyone this year at the Niswonger Performing Art Center in Van Wert. There are broadway plays coming, like the Wizard of Oz. There are some recognizable names like Oliva Newton John and Kenny G. The season begins July 28.
A powerful opiate causing more alarm in the opiate epidemic, carfentanil, has been discovered in Portland. It’s been used as an elephant tranquilizer and you may know it by the term gray death, as it’s being contributed to overdose deaths across the country.