The biker was critically hurt in the incident at Westbound West Jefferson Boulevard and Reckeweg Road Sunday.
Two people were arrested on felony drug charges Friday in DeKalb County after a police officer pulled over a vehicle for littering.
Court documents reveal Scott Ruse admitted he went to his parents’ house with the intent to kill them both.
A man who according to court documents admitted to stabbing another man to death in August 2016 because he was black pleaded guilty but mentally ill to murder on Thursday.
Tips from the public then led police to a man who police said dropped a lit firework in the library’s book return shoot.
An Allen County Sheriff’s deputy patrolling near the East Central Towers at 905 E. Washington Blvd. encountered a man with a long rifle firing it.
Fort Wayne police said some type of disturbance at or near a house led to the shooting. No suspect information has been released.
The wrongful death lawsuit claims Adams County jailers strapped the inmate to a chair, poured water over him, and left him in a feces-littered cell naked.
A former Allen County businessman is in jail. He’s accused of badly beating his parents. A former employee of Scott Ruse, 50, said he was on a downward spiral before the incident.
The Dec. 28 crash in a crosswalk at the Walmart at 10105 Lima Road left a 75-year-old woman with a traumatic brain injury and other injuries.
One girl said her adoptive father had sex with her four or five times. Another girl said she was 13 when it first happened to her.
Officers were first called around 10:20 p.m. May 31 to a home at 838 Lake Avenue on a report that someone fell down a flight of stairs there.
Brandi Worley of Darlington has pleaded not guilty to murder charges. She was treated for self-inflicted stab wounds to the neck after the Nov. 17 attack that left 7-year-old Tyler and 3-year-old Charlee dead.
A bicyclist was uninjured after a pickup truck sideswiped her Thursday morning near the Noble/DeKalb County line according to Indiana State Police.
While detectives are working to find the person accused of shooting at two Fort Wayne police officers Tuesday night, the department is grateful this isn’t a common occurrence in Fort Wayne.
The fire that began about 2:30 a.m. Sunday at the Eckhart Public Library caused extensive damage to its first floor and smoke and heat damage to the basement and second floor.
The driver, who police say didn’t have a license in Indiana, had three children and two other adults in the car when he was pulled over on the Indiana Toll Road Tuesday.
Police said one person was critically injured and another seriously hurt. The victim’s son was arrested and faces several charges, including attempted murder.
The bodies of 25-year-old Noele Renee Trice and 29-year-old Bryan Keith Lash were found just before 10 a.m. June 10 inside a home at 4811 Weisser Park Avenue.
One of the stabbing victims from early Wednesday morning had to be airlifted to a Fort Wayne hospital.