In the first day of the trial for Hozyfa Sultan, accused of murder and attempted murder, prosecutors called a man who didn’t show up to testify last year, postponing the initial trial date and contributing to Sultan’s release from jail.
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Representatives from East Allen County Schools said safety is the reason for a new back pack policy. Not everyone supports the change but those hoping for it said it’s a proactive approach at safety.
After a stressful year, owner of Deer Park Irish Pub, Tony Henry says he was hit with last minute permit and fees that made the planning chaotic and stressful.
Do you feel safe on the trails in Fort Wayne? It’s a question a lot of people are asking after two girls were found dead near a trail in Delphi.
Auburn got more snow than Fort Wayne did Monday and those with a snow day made the most of it.
Allison Schmitt battled with depression for years before speaking up. Now she encourages others to do something much sooner than she did.
The Hub Entertainment Center has been condemned according to a sign posted on the door, but the general manager of the venue claims they will reopen again soon.
My Hometown features stories about local entrepreneurs, hobbyists and business owners. This month’s segment features Fort Wayne’s only live storytelling venue, The Trap Door, which has brought a new spin on the oldest art form to the city.
The Department of Child Services had an extensive history with Amber Pasztor – the Fort Wayne woman accused of killing her two children.
After more than 10 years of negotiations and a final agreement signed in 2008, the big tunnel project in Fort Wayne could move forward soon.
A new grant from FEMA could help address flooding concerns. Indiana’s Department of Homeland Security was given $676,000 in federal grants to buy flood-prone homes and tear them down in Decatur and Fort Wayne. Four of them are in Fort Wayne.
The scam started as calls to businesses but every day more and more people are getting the call.
The 31 acres off Broadway were once home to industrial effects like pollutants and asbestos but now as developers move forward they have to make sure the campus is safe for an entirely different development.
The Senate cleared the bill Tuesday. It’s aimed at helping epileptic people suffering from uncontrollable seizures.
The agenda was full with presentations and requests.
The estimated $300 million project will transform the 31-acre campus into district that will include commercial, retail and market, residential, hotel and community space, along with a tract for a university.
After a 20-hour manhunt for an ‘unstable’ man in Huntington, residents said police failed to provide information in a dangerous situation.
Local realtor and Fort Wayne native Jerry Starks said as he’s grown up here he’s seen more and more Burmese refugees moving to town. Now he has relationships with a lot of them.
East Allen University was given an “F” grade but after an appeal they no longer have a grade.
The shelter said the use of unattended drop boxes where live animals are placed in receptacles by the public may result in animal suffering or death.