10 vehicles were vandalized over the weekend starting possibly late Friday night into Saturday morning. Neighbors think it’s unofficially closer to 20 vehicles.
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The footprint of the festival is more than a mile long
The Allen County Fair is right around the corner and there’s something everyone can enjoy.
The 2017 theme of Fort Wayne Pride is Rise Up, attributed to the growth in the LGBT community.
His family says he had been sad for weeks leading up to his death and they aren’t shocked this happened.
A program at the Bowen Center is helping treat pregnant women addicted to heroin, ultimately saving their babies. Some reports show some pregnant women are even using in their third trimester.
Deborah Kennedy, born and raised in Fort Wayne, is the author of Tornado Weather, a riveting novel about to hit shelves.
Budding artists take advantage of the several programs being offered throughout the day designed to allow you to bloom including Watercolor, Simon Says Art, and Chainmaille Jewelry.
Hideout 125 will have a party Saturday and Sunday the weekend of July 22nd.
The two Logansport psychiatrists were killed in southeastern Ohio.
Parker Watts was the winner Fort Wayne’s Smallest Winner, season 10.
Cause for Paws is a community yoga event on Parkview Field for you, your family and friends. It was created to honor the life of Haley Wetherill and her love for dogs, yoga, friendships and family.
T-Bone & Andy’s Boom House has been in business in Fort Wayne offering fireworks for sale for ten years. This year the two men behind it put the most of their own money into it that they ever had and it paid off.
Instead of having family head to the lake for holiday festivities, many people on the West Lakes chain are leaving to go to other lakes instead.
Caleb Young, the conductor of the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, joined First News Saturday to talk about Patriotic Pops.
Fourth of July is coming up and this holiday weekend people will be getting together to spend time celebrating with family and friends.
Police arrested 15 people and found 9.3 grams of crack cocaine.
A judge sentenced the son of Berne’s police chief to three years home detention and five years probation. This came after 23 year-old Andrew Taylor pleaded guilty to molesting the family’s 13-year-old foster child.
Middle Waves 2016 was the first year for the event and those behind it were experimenting with what would work. They learned a lot and this year they’re determined to make it even better.
The Honor Run is an evening 5K run/walk and Brew Jam follows. It all pays respect to veterans and their service.