Trump spent his first night in the White House and is slated to start his first full day in office at a national prayer service Saturday morning.
The airmen flew into Fort Wayne International Airport Friday night.
The president has used the balls to recount his victory and to let supporters know that “now the fun begins.”
IPFW students gathered Friday morning for a panel discussion and viewing of the inauguration.
The museum features interactive digital displays, aircraft engines from the 1920s and military fighter jets.
A state lawmaker has proposed a bill that would grant victims of domestic violence possession of their pets.
Speakers at Friday’s noontime gathering outside the Elkhart County Courthouse in Goshen offered songs and prayers for hope and national unity.
A couple hundred people attended the Belong Indy rally on Monument Circle. Speakers from a variety of groups declared Friday afternoon that everyone belongs, no matter their identity.
A person was taken the hospital after being initially pinned inside their vehicle, which flipped over after a crash at the intersection of Stellhorn and Reed roads.
After a traffic stop conducted in Texas found 70 kilograms of cocaine, the driver of the vehicle worked with police to conduct a controlled delivery of a portion of the drugs to a man in Fort Wayne who was then arrested by Homeland Security agents.
Holding his unshackled hands behind his back, a dazed-looking Guzman quietly entered a not-guilty plea to drug trafficking and other charges at a Brooklyn courthouse ringed by squad cars.
Police gave chase to a group of about 100 protesters who smashed the windows of downtown businesses including a Starbucks, a Bank of America and a McDonald’s as they denounced capitalism and Trump.
More than 20 young men went through different police training scenarios Friday with FWPD.
People who struggled with addiction shared their personal stories and thoughts about what recovery should look like at the “The New Definition of Recovery” event held at the Community Foundation in downtown Fort Wayne.
Free tickets will be available in person or online beginning on January 23.
Changes will be made at the Quayle Vice Presidential Learning Center in Huntington. It puts on a program called “Indiana’s Five”, but now it’s “Indiana’s Six.”
The man was arrested after allegedly selling fake Native American/Buffalo coins to two other men who ended up losing a total of $9,000 each in the scam.
Fort Wayne police are searching for the driver of a vehicle who gave a ride to homicide victim and U.S. veteran Stephania Bartlett nearly 12 hours before she was found shot to death in alley in early January.
A retired Evansville man won $50,000 from one of the few Powerball tickets he bought for a January 7 drawing.
The company says its pension plan was underfunded by $8.9 billion in 2016, compared with $8.2 billion a year earlier.