A stage production expert explains ways to improve stage safety after a stage collapse at a central Indiana high school.
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A Huntington University professor is taking Shakespeare to prison; the inmates are the star of the show.
The success of two of Fort Wayne’s three professional sporting teams in the playoffs is helping the Coliseum.
Tax officials have seen a spike in people filing taxes late, so they have extended hours to help those who are last minute filers.
A bill in the Indiana House and a Senate budget proposal could bring some significant changes to IPFW.
The battle over a bill that would repeal the Common Construction Wage Law is now before the full Senate.
Huntington County officials are looking into why a nearly 600 pound piece of limestone fell off the courthouse.
Indiana lawmakers are working on other major bills before the legislation session ends on April 29.
Though Indiana legislators and Gov. Mike Pence passed and signed an amendment to RFRA clarifying no one would be discriminated under this bill, a political analyst said the battle is far from over.
A two-hour movie didn’t have a happy ending after one man discovered what thieves did to his car while he was in the theater.
Local Fort Wayne businesses weigh in on Gov. Mike Pence signing the Religious Freedom bill into law.
Congressman Marlin Stutzman said he’s considering running for the U.S. Senate after Senator Dan Coats announced his retirement.
According to the Allen County Health Department, The Deck is in violation of Indiana’s Open-Air Bar ban.
In a 2-1 vote, Huntington County commissioners voted to pass the wind turbine ordinance from the Huntington County Plan Commission’s recommendations, which will update the 2009 ordinance.
It might be hard for some to picture Fort Wayne as a major metro area, but community leaders say it’s not that far off and they’re on track to making it happen.
Local bars are expecting a big turnout the next few days due to five Indiana teams playing in this year’s NCAA tournament.
A partnership with Sweetwater and Believe in a Dream, Inc. have resulted in Fort Wayne Community Schools receiving donated string instruments.
A neighbor believes someone has set a vacant home on fire in the 1400 block of Main St. It’s caught fire three times in the past six weeks.
A FWCS father is concerned with his daughter walking two miles to school, which includes crossing a major road with no crosswalk.
North Eastern Group Realty has purchased land in Aboite Township to build an exclusive estate that will sell homes around $1 million.