Fire crews worked quickly to put out the fire, and were able to extinguish it before it spread to the building nearby.
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The outage allowed crews to connect a recently completed substation that will serve the downtown area.
The event aims to offer a good time, but it also serves a bigger purpose as it benefits several not-for-profits and charities.
Officers found multiple bags with crystal meth and marijuana in them, as well as drug paraphernalia at a home in LaGrange.
The comeback comes after multiple listeria outbreaks in recent years.
Officers responded to the 7500 block of Cold Springs Boulevard around 2:15 Wednesday afternoon.
The event featured more than 650 exhibits of home and garden products and services.
The Fort Wayne Police Department the 15-year old boy who had been reported missing has been found.
The father is charged with Dealing Cocaine, Maintaining a Common Nuisance, and Possession of Marijuana. The son is charged with Carrying a Handgun Without a License, and Possession of Cocaine.
Officers found 31 individually potted marijuana plants and 19 other plants inside a DeKalb County home.
Students who plan to go to college have to file their FAFSA to be considered for federal and state grants, scholarships, and student loans.
The Fort Wayne Women’s Expo runs from 10 a.m to 5 p.m. at the Coliseum. Tickets cost $7 each.
Crews have placed eight pumps in neighborhoods prone to street flooding and river levels are being monitored. Residents should clear stormwater drains of debris.
Many people know Abraham Lincoln was a Hoosier for part of his childhood, living in southern Indiana from 1816 to 1830. But his legacy can be seen here in Fort Wayne too.
The car hit a utility pole and rolled 4-5 times before coming to a stop in a ditch. Both the driver and his passenger were hurt.
Detectives got a tip of illegal firearms, gang activity, and narcotics trafficking at a home in the 1500 block of Rudisill Boulevard. It eventually led to an arrest.
The event runs from 4-10 p.m. Saturday at Freimann Square. It is a free event, but guest must be 21 or older.
Police said an 18-year-old drove through a stop sign before being hit by another car.
World Baseball Academy is asking for $600,000 from the Legacy Fund to help pay for lights for its new turf fields.
Police didn’t initially find anyone at the scene of the crash. After searching the area, they found the driver who didn’t have any serious injuries.