Crime Stoppers has received several tips, but no arrests have been made in the case. FWPD say it’s still waiting on evidence to be processed from the crime, as well.
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Addyson Houser was born with an extremely rare syndrome. Doctors never expected her to make it out of the womb, let alone celebrate her third birthday this weekend.
Officials described Tuesday at FWA as basically business as usual. With that said, they also call these tragedies incredibly difficult, especially when it happens at a fellow airport.
Jeff Fuze moved up north 15 years ago. He never dreamed the city would annex that far up, but is prepared to move if the plan is approved.
Monday, Fort Wayne announced plans to annex about 23 square miles to the north. Some people are upset over the idea, but likely can’t do anything to stop the move if it gets approved.
Doctors told Madison Cunningham she’d likely never walk, talk, or sit up on her own when she was born. 16 years later, she’s overcome obstacles and inspired so many along the way.
Fort Wayne Community Schools is asking for your vote to improve dozens of schools through a proposed referendum.
It’s only Tuesday, but it’s already been a very busy week for FWPD’s Vice and Narcotics Division. They had two drug busts Monday night alone.
Henry Bolton, 84, started working for the Fort Wayne Police Department in 1994. He’s not an officer, but leaders call him an absolute asset to the force.
Suzi Swinehart, 43, is trying to set the Guinness World Record for longest run on a treadmill in a 12-hour period.
The U.S. Marshals office in Toledo said Frank Tracy Jr. turning himself in is the best option. If that doesn’t happen, it’s got a message for him.
Crime Stoppers Director Greg Lewis calls the lack of information frustrating and surprising for a case of this magnitude.
The impact of the city’s first triple homicide in more than a decade is now spreading far past the borders of Fort Wayne.
The Fort Wayne Police Department said Monday if the triple homicide on East Lewis Street on February 24, 2016 was a hate crime, it would be the first to say so.
A 12-year-old girl is seeing for the first time in four years thanks to a special pair of glasses. Only 300 people around the world have them.
The Allen County Sex Offender Registration and Notification Team works with hundreds of offenders a year, dealing with loads of paperwork and more than a thousand home visits.
February 19th, 2016 felt more like a March or April day than a winter one. People all over the Summit City stepped out to enjoy it.
Leaders from across the state are fighting hard to keep UTEC and Carrier in Indiana. They know it’s a long shot, but said it’d be irresponsible not to at least try.
Katrina Freds started working as a janitor at Eastside High School three years ago. That’s also when she picked up a hobby that’s earning her international attention.
In addition to helping hundreds of traditional students, the Questa Foundation also makes higher education a reality for many non-traditional students.